In Jesus...Gather...Grow...and Go!
 

Worship Schedules

Sunday
8:00am Worship
9:10am Adult Bible Class
10:00am Worship (Memorial Day - Labor Day)
10:30am Worship (Labor Day - Memorial Day)

Monday
6:30 pm Worship  

Special Service

Vacationing for the July 4th weekend start your weekend with the Lord
Join us for the following weekend's church service with communion
Thursday, June 29 at 6:30 p.m. 
No Monday Night Service on July 3rd





 

ABOUT US

Bethlehem Evangelical Lutheran Church, by the grace of God, has served Him and proclaimed His Word for 145 years in Hortonville, WI.  Our history with Christ is the solid foundation our lives and eternal futures are built on.  This website exists that you can learn about our Faith and the ministries we offer. 

 


MINISTRIES

 

Church School  Preschool  Early Learning Center

Sundays
(Memorial Day - Labor Day)
8 & 10:30 AM

(Memorial Day - Labor Day)
8 & 10:00 AM

Sunday School/Youth Bible Hour
Sundays 9:15-10:15 a.m.

Labor Day - Memorial Day

Mondays
6:30 PM

For students of our Church and Community

4K
(8-11 Mon-Thurs) - 8th Grade
Monday - Friday
August - May

Click on the School tab above to register

Preschool for 3 year olds of the Community
8-10:30 M, T, W Sept - May,
or
Year Round Half Day, or Full Day


To Register or for more information Contact our 
Early Learning Center Director 

6 AM to 6 PM
Monday - Friday
for ages 6 weeks to 6th Grade
Including before and after school care.

To Register
Contact the ELC Director 

 

 



DIRECTIONS

From Appleton: Travel west on HWY 15 approximately 10 miles.  As you enter Hortonville, travel to the second traffic light. Turn right on Nash Street.  Bethlehem Lutheran Church will be one block ahead on your left.


From New London: Travel east on HWY 15 approximately 5 miles. As you enter Hortonville, travel to the first traffic light. Turn left on Nash Street.  Bethlehem Lutheran Church will be one block ahead on your left.
 



WHAT WE BELIEVE

"Christ’s love, which he demonstrated by his perfect life and by his suffering and death on the cross, is the foundation for our relationship with God, the focus of our faith, and the motivation for all we do as Christians. In that same love for sinners Christ not only lived and died to set us free from sin and guilt, but he also rose again in victory on the first Easter Sunday, assuring us that his victory is our victory and that his resurrection is our resurrection. Saved by his grace alone, we look forward to his glorious return as we proclaim the good news of what his love has accomplished."


Excerpt from "What We Believe" on Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synods Web site http://www.wels.net/.