Plan Your Visit
Everyone is welcome at Bethel Life. No matter what your story, your questions, doubts or struggles, we want to welcome you with open arms.
If you want to know what to expect when you come to a service, you’re in the right place. We will attempt to answer your questions and break down what a typical service is like to help you feel more comfortable on your first visit. We truly believe that everyone belongs and we can’t wait to meet you!
Welcome to bethel life
a place to connect, worship and grow
Frequently Asked Questions
What are you doing about COVID-19?
We are offering a variety of online engagement opporunities through our social media channels as well as carefully regathering in-person with certain restrictions in place. Please click here for more details about our COVID-19 response.
Where are you located?
We are one church with two locations.
Our Greenville Campus is located at
246 South Mercer St. Greenville PA 16150
Our Hermitage Campus is located at
655 Clarksville Rd. Hermitage, PA 16148
When are services?
Sunday Morning: 9:00 am & 10:45 am
Saturday Evening: 5:00 pm
What do I wear?
Whatever you feel comfortable in! We do not have a dress code. You will see some of our members wearing dresses and suits and others wearing ripped jeans and hoodies.
What do you do for kids?
During Sunday morning services, we offer nursery care for infants at least 6 weeks old. (nursery is currently closed due to COVID, but babies are welcome to stay with their families in the main service) We also have age appropriate children’s ministries for toddlers and school aged children to teach them about God’s love for them in a space where they are more free to move around and make noise.
*Please note that at our Greenville Campus, we are only offering Kid’s Ministry during the second service at 10:45am as the earlier service at 9:00am has more restricted COVID policies for our at risk guests and members.
Will you ask for money?
At every service, there is a time in which we give our church members an opportunity to present their tithes and offerings to God. But, we do not ask visitors to give.
Can I come if I'm ______?
Yes! Whatever your “fill in the blank” may be, it is not enough to separate you from God. He loves you and so do we. Everyone is welcome!
Need a ride to church?
Our transportation team is ready to serve you! We can offer those who live within 5 miles of our church campuses a ride to church on Saturday evenings (Hermitage) or Sunday mornings (Greenville).
What to expect
Walk me through a Service
Welcome to Bethel Life! As you pull up to our building, you’ll be greeted by orange welcome signs and our friendly parking attendants. They will help you find a space to park if you need assistance.
Come on in
There will be people happy to meet you, hold the door, shake your hand, offer a hug, or smile and wave as you come inside the building. In the lobby, there’s space to visit and talk, and the restrooms are nearby.
Grab a seat
Find a spot you like in the sanctuary. You may find some aisles closed for social distancing. There will be a countdown on the screen to let you know how long until service begins.
At the end of the countdown, we begin our worship service with music. We play mostly contemporary worship music with some traditional songs as well. Don’t be surprised to see folks around you singing along and raising their hands in worship, we encourage everyone to worship in whatever way they feel the Spirit lead.
On the first weekend of the month and on other special services (such as Easter or Christmas Eve) we will serve Communion. You do not have to be a member of our church to take communion with us, but you must be saved and belong to Christ as the Bible instructs.
At the end of our music service, one of our pastors or a special speaker will deliver a message. The sermon usually lasts about 20 minutes and will consist of Bible references with explanation and practical application.
Tithes & Offerings
During the service, we will take a break to remind our congregation about the opportunity to present their tithes and offerings to the Lord by giving online, or dropping a donation in a box on the way out. We do not ask guests to give.
Before we close our services, we alway open the altars for prayer. Prayer partners will be waiting nearby to pray with anyone who would like. The altar is open for people to receive salvation or to petition God for any other needs in their lives.