What an amazing time- The healing rooms are amazing, the church service was even better, they have... read more
Redding is a destination city for people looking to get into the outdoors. It is known for its central location to trails and activities such as hiking, biking, mountain climbing, fishing, kayaking, skiing, sailing, boating... More
Redding is a destination city for people looking to get into the outdoors. It is known for its central location to trails and activities such as hiking, biking, mountain climbing, fishing, kayaking, skiing, sailing, boating, etc. This city is also known for having its issues with crime. Bethel has helped greatly in improving the city in this area not only with its help in funding the neighborhood policing unit but in reaching out to the needy, homeless, and downtrodden bringing them the love of Christ. If you are looking for a city in need, with a beacon of hope firmly planted within, this is it. Your moving here would impact this city. There are more small groups available to you than can be listed here. You can search on Bethel's website for details but know that there are many available to you and for all ages, life stages, and interests. Many are for building community between believers based on common interests from simply getting into the outdoors in activities to quilting. I attend the "Heaven in Business" group focused on bringing God into the workplace while my wife has been involved in and a host home for the "Soft Landing" group for "women who moved to Redding for Bethel but not attending BSSM", as well as being a facilitator for a small "core group" of women opening up more deeply ultimately becoming the best of fiends. The opportunities for your training and growth are endless here whether or not you choose to attend the "Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry". Bethel has two locations that may interest you. The College view location has that "conference feel" hosting guests such as Todd White (amazing service last night). While the Twin View location has more of a "tight knit church" feel allowing locals to build community with the same faces each week.