Small Groups

Jesus calls us to go out and make disciples.

Smaller groups foster close relationships and integral community. The small group atmosphere is ready-made for building friendships. People talk more in smaller groups of people and are quicker to recognize needs and help meet those needs. The relationships formed within small groups form a strong fabric within a church and will endure and strengthen over time.

First Friday Fellowship

First Friday is a monthly adult fellowship opportunity to get to know other church members in a relaxed setting. No reservations are required; just bring an appetizer and a beverage to share.

Join us on the first friday of the month, 6:00–8:00 p.m.

Schedule: May 5 – Cinco de Mayo! Gail and Carl Schurman will host at 6:00 p.m

Contact: Shirley K.

Bethlehem Quilting Queens

Quilters are meeting in the Quilting Room and Music Room on Thursdays at 9:00 a.m. to tie quilts. Anyone interested in quilting is invited to join us! For more information, contact Barbara P., or if you would like to donate or purchase a quilt, please contact the church office.

Join us on Thursdays at 9:00 a.m. to noon

Contact: Barbara P.

Contact: The church office

Prayer Shawl Ministry

Two hands; a wish to either learn or renew a skill; a desire to share this time and talent with others—are all that it takes.

Join us 10:00-11:30 a.m. on the third Tuesday of each month from September through May.

Contact: The church office

Bethlehem Book Club

We will meet on May 11 at 9:00 a.m. on Zoom to discuss Solito: A Memoir by Javier Zamora.

All are welcome to read this book and join the discussion on zoom.

Contact Mary Jane V at if you would like to be added to the group. You will receive a reminder and zoom link the week before the next meeting.

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Join us the second Thursday of the month, 9:00 a.m.

Contact: Mary Jane

Social Justice Initiative

A new initiative has started at Bethlehem. Strengthened by our love for all God’s creation and recognizing the urgency to act, a social justice initiative committee has been established to work for our goal to advance positive change in our church, our community, and our world. We invite all who are interested to participate with this committee—through education as well as action in the myriad issues facing us as Christians in our world today.
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Dining for Eight

This group’s purpose is to get better acquainted with other church members in a social setting, while enjoying food and drink! Each group of eight members will meet once a month for three months.

What is dining for eight you ask? Dining for eight is a BLC tradition where eight people gather for food and conversation. You can do brunch or dinner – at home or at a restaurant – your group can decide. You will be paired up by the random selection of the fabulous evangelism team. This is a great way to connect with fellow members. If this sounds fun please email Bob Lee at

Contact: Bob L.

Ambassadors at The Atria

Please join us May 14, immediately following the second service while we make a joyful noise singing hymns and gospel songs with those in the Memory Care Unit at The Atria on 9th and Hover in Longmont. Contact Jeanne Phipps at

BLC Bunco Babes

The BLC Bunco Babes normally meet the first Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m.

Due to the pandemic, this group is currently not meeting.

Contact: The church office

Tuesday Bunco Group

The Tuesday Bunco Group meets on the third Tuesday of the month at 2:00 p.m.

Due to the pandemic, this group is currently not meeting.

Contact: Mary F.