COVID-19 Update:  As of September 14, 2020

Bethlehem is glad to announce that we have re-started in-person worship services. We have implemented various precautions to keep all worshippers safe; hand-sanitizing and mask wearing are required. If you are medically unable to wear a mask, we ask that you please talk with an elder or pastor so they can direct you to an appropriate seat. All non-family members are required to maintain social distancing (6 feet) apart during the worship service. Please note that Monday night services are currently suspended.

For those unable to attend in person, we are now offering a live-stream option that can be found on our home page. You can view past services on our YouTube channel, new Vimeo channel, or on our website.

We have also resumed the practice of Holy Communion in service. For more information about our communion procedures, please see the document here.

We are also continuing sporadic drive-up communion. Families will be able to individually receive the Lord’s Supper in their cars.  Every effort has been made to provide Communion that is safe, sanitized and maintains social distancing.  Please view the video below for more detailed instructions.

As we encourage people to “Stay Home, Stay Safe” all Bethlehem meetings, gatherings, and events are temporarily suspended; please check back for further details as we explore how we can make accommodations for safe meeting.


Your continued support of Bethlehem is appreciated. You may give by:

a.      Mailing in your offering to the church office: 808 Weiss St. Saginaw, MI 48602

b.      Signing up to give electronically on our website

c.      Texting your gift amount to 833-417-6255


Bethlehem’s School continues to lead the way in educating our students through in-person teaching.  Our staff has done a tremendous job preparing for the 2020 school year. A special thank you to our Principal, Brenda Wilson, and our Assistant Principal, Jane Weiss, for their leadership this fall.

Please keep your Bethlehem family and friends in mind.  Call up the person who sits next to you in church.  Text a friend you haven’t seen for several weeks.  Share Christ’s love in many and creative ways with our members and our neighbors.

Continue to keep our government, medical workers, those afflicted by the virus, Bethlehem members and staff in your prayers.


Thank you for your patience and flexibility during these trying times. If you have any questions, please contact the church office and we will do our best to assist you.