Welcome to Bethel United Ministries Of The Apostolic Faith

A Word from Our Pastor


It is with great pleasure that I greet you and thank God for you.  Let me take this wonderful opportunity to tell you how very much you are appreciated and loved, both in the good times as well as the bad times. It is a beautiful experience to have both loved ones and friends such as you.  Your love and support are the winds beneath our wings and together with the help and direction of Almighty God, our Savior and Lord we continue unto this day. Just as I have in years past, and will continue to do so in the years to come, I ask that you and others join me (us) in prayer, in consecration, and in sacrifice for our loved ones, our families, our church and extended families of saved and unsaved;  of all creeds, colors,  races, and ethnic persuasions,  to pray one for another,  to love… READ MORE.

Service Schedule

Sunday School – 10:00 AM
Divine Worship – 11:30 AM
Evening Service – 6:30 PM

Youth Service – 7:00 PM

Prayer & Bible Study – 7:30 PM

“We are preserved for a purpose and sent here to Bethel United Ministries to make a difference in the community by doing things differently.”


We baptize in the name of Jesus Christ because it is Apostolic in origin and practice. (Acts 2:38; 8:12-17; 10:47-48; 19:1-6). Bible students agree that the Apostles founded and gave direction to the Church of God, Jesus Christ himself being the chief cornerstone. Their teachings and doctrines are the fundamental principles upon which the church is built. In the days of His flesh, Jesus taught His disciples the plan of salvation. Following His resurrection, they saw Him alive and Jesus opened up their understanding. He gave them a command in St. Matthew 28:19 and according to Acts 2:38, the Apostles obeyed the command of Jesus Christ in Luke 24:46-47. In their obedience to the command of Jesus, the Apostles became the first in a long line of believers to baptize in the name of Jesus. Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other names under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved Acts 4:12. Thus baptizing in the name of Jesus Christ is not only Apostolic in origin, but Apostolic in practice.