Bethel UCC of Ontario is excited to bring music into the life of our church.
Choir rehearsals: Wednesdays at 7:30pm, usually at the parsonage, sometimes in the Sanctuary. Check the "This Week's Music at Bethel" Page for more info, and the Choir resources page for music and recordings to practice.
We NEED ALL VOICES to come and join us. If you would like more information about becoming a part of this, call us at (909) 283-0237 - that's the dedicated number for Bethel Ontario's Music Department.
Plans are being made for handbell choir, youth/children's choirs, as well as adding members to our instrumental ensembles. So come and get involved - let's make music!
or send us an interest form here:
BETHEL MUSIC INTEREST FORM
ABOUT BETHEL UCC
This is a bit about us as a church - for lots more info, please visit the church's official website http://bethelontario.com
No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, you are welcome here. Jesus didn't turn away people, neither do we.
We are a progressive church open to new ideas. If you have been looking for a church and have not found the perfect one, come help us turn Bethel into that church you have been looking for.
We are united by our radical welcome, not any tests of faith.
We have a long history in Ontario California. Bethel Congregational was incorporated back in 1885. Our current building -- the gothic revival stone castle-looking building was dedicated in 1913. It remains a landmark at the corner of Euclid and F Street. We may look imposing and traditional from the outside, but inside you will find a welcoming congregation who is quite liberal in our theology.
Dominating the south wall of our sanctuary is a 1930 Pilcher pipe organ that is still used on most Sundays. More recently, we have added a modern sound and projection system that is used in worship and for movie night every other Friday.
At Bethel UCC, we believe that religion doesn't have to be opposed to intellect. We are a church that encourages you to engage your mind as well as your faith.
Here's a map - Please come visit us!