- Phone: (715)386-8821
- Mailing Address: 920 Third Street, Hudson, WI 54016
Click below for a variety of forms and links for actions you wish to complete.
You may submit a request for an Endowment Grant by completing the form:
This form is your first step when planning any class or event at Bethel
Lutherans believe that Baptism is a means of grace; it is a way in which God's amazing love for the world embraces us, one by one, and connects us in the family of faith, the church. Lutherans are part of the majority of Christian communities that baptize young children as their parents and other loved ones present them in faith. Bethel's pastors are also delighted to baptize older children and adults who desire to be baptized as they confess faith in God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. At whatever age an individual is baptized, God's gift in baptism is lived out as the baptized person is encouraged in a life of following Jesus. To plan for a baptism at either one Bethel's two campuses, contact the church office to schedule a visit with a pastor to prepare for the celebration of this sacrament.
Planning to be married? Congratulations! We share your joy and wish you God's blessings for a life of being good to one another!
Wedding dates are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. Be certain you have arranged a date with the church before you make arrangements for other elements of your wedding celebration. Please contact the church office to begin the planning process. You may download a wedding packet HERE.
Bethel counts it a privilege to serve those experiencing times of sorrow and loss. A funeral or memorial service can be scheduled for one of our campuses, or for a funeral home.
Please contact the church office by email or phone (715-386-8821), or call Pastor John Lestock (715-808-8312).
Guest Speakers: Jodi Emerson, Eau Claire Fierce Freedom, provided a national and regional perspective; Lt. Cathy Borgschatz, St. Croix Sherriff's Office, discussed the local situation; Katie Ryan, River Falls Turning Point, discussed rehabilitation efforts for trafficked victims
Professor, Therapist and Author Patricia Nanoff has an extensive history working with women struggling with alcoholism. Throughout this process, she realized that the 12 Steps so commonly used in AA have immense potential to be applied to a variety of life's difficulties. The author of Rising from the Dead: Stories of Women's Spiritual Journeys to Sobriety, will share these insights with us, so that when we feel weighed-down by our lives, we might find also find a template to help us "rise up" as well. Please join us to hear how we have the power to change our own stories.
A ministry to fulfill the age-old tradition of the church to serve its members from baptism through death.
What is a columbarium? Bethel's columbarium is a granite structure providing niches (sacred openings) for the permanent placement of urns that hold cremated remains. Each niche holds up to two urns. The site is designed to hold three columbarium units.
What is a memorial garden? Bethel's memorial garden offfers a beautiful setting housing columbaria and a memorial wall. Additional features include shade trees, a perennial garden, benches, nighttime lighting, and privacy, with easy access and handicap accessibility.
Bethel's Columbarium is located at the Highlands Campus.
For more information, contact the church office.
Memorial Wall Plaques may be ordered now.
Plaques purchased for Bethel’s Memorial Wall by October 14 will be placed on the wall prior to All Saints' Day. Plaques may be purchased by or for Bethel members and each inscription will be two lines, the first will contain the name of the deceased and the second line will list the birth and death years. Plaques are placed on the Wall twice a year, in the spring and in the fall. The cost of the plaques is $175 for one and each additional purchased at the same time is $150. Order forms are available at the Downtown office or please click on: Memorial Wall Inscription Order Form
The Memorial Wall is part of the Memorial Garden project. In addition to
the Wall, the Garden holds an 80 niche granite Columbarium and is
adorned with flower boxes all summer long as well as benches and shrubs throughout the garden. This is a peaceful area for remembrance and meditation.