Communication is essential in any community. Here at Bethesda, we strive to give everyone engaging and timely information about our parish life and to provide space for reflection and conversation. Visitors are able to watch our services live on Sundays, read blogs from our clergy and staff, subscribe to our E-mail Newsletter, and easily access all our printed publications.
In this section you will find electronic versions of our primary printed materials.
• The Bethesda Catalog promotes all our public events from worship to fellowship with the date, time, location, and description, so you will be able to better prepare your calendar in advance.
• Bethesda Happenings contains weekly announcements about upcoming events so that you can put them on your calendar and plan accordingly.
• The Sunday Leaflet provides the guide for our Sunday worship each week. Download this to better follow the streaming services.
• Under the Adult Forum Resources section, you will find information and/or slides on some interesting topics.
• The Bethesda Bulletin was our beautiful newsletter. We used to publish six issues each year. Since Bulletin provides an important link to our community, we focus on our ministry areas—Worship, Education, Bethesda Cares, Outreach, Evangelism & Communications, Fellowship & Hospitality, Retail, and Stewardship. The publication will be more about connecting and relating, and less on informing and promoting.
In addition to these print publications, Bethesda uses electronic media to get our message out. The very best ways to keep up with life at Bethesda are to subscribe to our email list here and like us on Facebook by simply clicking the Facebook link at the bottom of every page on the site.
Also, because Bethesda is an Episcopal Church, we invite you to learn more about our shared mission by visiting the web site of the Diocese of Southeast Florida and of the Episcopal Church. Also, the Episcopal Church's news service shares stories about life and ministry around the entire Church. Click here to read the Episcopal Church's biblical, theological, historical foundation for the decision to offer the sacramental rite to marriage to same sex couples.