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Our Mission

Bethel Fellowship Church exists by the grace of God, for the glory of God, To promote passionate Godliness within its members, And to extend the love of Christ to those within its reach,Through the power of the Spirit. (2 Peter 3:18)

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8:50am - Sunday School
10:00am - Worship

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Looking to Network?

We are an independent/non-denominational church looking to network with other churches that have similar distinctives. If you're interested, please contact Bethel Fellowship Church pastor Tom Nomeland at 507-872-6498 (H) or 507-828-1637 (C).

Why Two Crosses?

Two Crosses - Bethel FellowshipThat is a very good question and one we are glad you asked. The two crosses are by design as they represent two important aspects of the gospel and the Christian life.
1) Christ's work. This is the great message of the Scriptures. The primary, larger cross is...

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Our Story

Camp 2015 640x427-360x240As early as 1962, a handful of Christians hungry for more of God began to gather for Bible study and fellowship in rural Lincoln County. Several couples attended the same country church, where they were leaders or teachers. By the first Sunday of...

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