Who We Are

We’re all about growing relationships with God, the church, and the world. It’s simple to say, but difficult to do - that’s why we need to do it together! We believe God has a plan for you to grow in your relationships too, and we want to walk alongside you while you do.

More Than Numbers

By most standards, we’re a big church, and there are a lot of people who call Bethel their church home. But every person is important to us because we believe every person is important to God. We make Bethel feel small by seeking to build genuine relationships with every individual who attends, and by encouraging everyone to find their community in a small group that meets during the week. We also have 3 different campuses, with 5 different venues so that you can find the right worship environment for you and your family.

What We Value

We unashamedly celebrate humble hearts, full engagement, and transforming depth as we lead our community to love God wholeheartedly, build relationships with others, obediently follow Jesus, and influence the world.

How to Get Connected

Big and small

Worship Together Every Weekend

Sundays at 8:30A + 10:30A

Richland, Prosser, West Pasco, Online

Big and small

Discover Bethel

Just like the people here, Bethel is unique. Discover Bethel is the best way to get to know some of our friendly staff and leadership, and see what opportunities are available to you and your family.

Big and small

Connect with God, the Church, and Your Purpose

Rooted is a 10-week journey held in a small group environment where you will grow through biblical exploration and practical learning experiences. This is the best way to make deep connections with other people at Bethel.


The parking team will direct you to the closest available spot. Just follow the smiling faces in the bright orange vests. We reserve parking spots for first-time guests, so if you're new to Bethel, look for the large, orange "New Here?" signs when you pull in.


As you're walking to the building, the greeting team will meet you and show you where to find the auditorium, restrooms, and Kids Zone. If you need anything throughout the day — mints, earplugs, a Bible, or a pen — just drop by the Connect Center in the main foyer. Or, just ask anyone with a Bethel lanyard or name tag. We’re a friendly bunch, and we’d love to serve you.

We believe that it is good for kids to worship together on Sunday mornings.  Therefore we offer a full kid's program for 3 years to 4th grade at the Richland Campus, 3 years to 5th grade at the Prosser Campus, and K-5th grade at the Pasco Campus at this time.  We are following extensive safety protocol during this covid season. We also offer kid's resources, Sunday morning curriculum, and parent resources on the Bethel website. Check out the Bethel Kid's page for upcoming events at church and for at-home activities.

Services last about an hour and 10 minutes. We start by singing three to four songs, then you’ll hear from a member of our teaching team. To get a feel for our teaching style, check out the current series.

Most people dress casually, but you are welcome to wear whatever you like.

At this time, we aren't serving our regular coffee and tea before the services. You may bring your own cup of coffee or tea to enjoy during the service

Everyone is welcome at Bethel. So come as you are, and we’ll see you on Sunday!

We are connected with a network of local Christian counselors who are still providing support, and we have several Healing & Recovery groups that are continuing to meet online. To get connected to any of these support types, email care@bethel.ch.

We are committed to providing a COVID-19 safe experience for all families coming to an in-person service. Before attending in person, please read the safety requirements on the rsvp page. While it may feel weird or uncomfortable and is less than ideal, we ask everyone to abide by our safety requirements as a demonstration of loving, caring for, and protecting their neighbor.



We are practicing extra safety measures to help keep our kids safe.  Some of these include fewer kids in each room, taking temperatures of the preschool age kids, taking temperatures of the leaders, sanitizing and not sharing items ... and of course, wearing masks (ages 5 and up) and social distancing.

Still have questions?

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