Bethel Family Ministries: El Paso Church, Your New Home.

New Here at Our El Paso Church?

We are a family church. Being a family is what make Bethel one of El Paso's best churches. Since we are a family we have something for everyone, no matter who you are or what your age. We know that visiting a church can be a scary and nerve wracking, but here at Bethel Family we want you to know what we are all about and hopefully make your visit a cherished and wonderful experience. Whether you’re a newly stationed soldier at Ft. Bliss or have lived in El Paso all your life - we want to welcome you to our family.


When Should I Go?

We have two different service days. We have a Wednesday night service at 7:00 pm and a Sunday morning service. Our Sunday mornings here at Bethel Family start with Real Life Classes at 9:30 am followed by Sunday services at 10:30. Both include programs from infants on up.

What Should I Wear?

We aren’t concerned with what you’re wearing. We want you to be comfortable and focused on the service, not on what to wear. Whether you’re dressed up or dressed down we want you to feel like family. Just be yourself.


What is the culture here?

Our culture revolves around two principles, Love God and Love People. When it comes to loving people we want anyone who comes in to feel welcomed and like family: whether they are here for a short time or the long haul.

As we are close to Ft. Bliss we are constantly seeing people stationed here and some are sent off again after a few months or a year. So even if you are unsure of how long the duration of your visit, we want you to know that you are welcome at Bethel as long as you want to stay.

Our services include worship and a message. We have live, modern, contemporary worship and messages that are applicable to anyone who comes. The messages are straightforward and scripturally sound. More than anything we want you to feel comfortable and enjoy worshiping and learning about God.


Communion is shared on the first Sunday of every month. Anyone can join in communion as long as they have made a conscious decision to give their lives over to Jesus Christ and follow Him. The juice and bread symbolize the blood and body that Jesus Christ sacrificed so that our sins could be forgiven, if we chose to accept it.

Do I have to give money?

As a guest there is no obligation to give tithes or offerings. This is an act of worship by the people of our church family. It's a way for us to thank God for what He has done, to support the ministries of our church. Financial gifts also allow Bethel Family Ministries to reach El Paso, TX and fund missionaries. We also believe that this falls in line with obedience to God's word. 

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