- Phone: (715)386-8821
- Mailing Address: 920 Third Street, Hudson, WI 54016
We have compiled a list of all current opportunities and organizations Bethel partners with to serve our Church, Locally, and Globally.
Assistance to Afghan Refugees List of Resources
Lutheran Social Services of Minnesota: Assisting with relocation efforts in the Twin Cities and throughout Minnesota
Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and UP Michigan: Looking for host families/communities for long term sponsorship
Alight (Formerly American Refugee Committee) actively seeking volunteers in the Twin Cities
TEAM RUBICON financial support generally
H.O.M.E. meal volunteers serve free meals in the Fellowship Hall and in to-go boxes on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month from 5:00-6:00PM at the Downtown Campus. Volunteers are always welcome, Click here to contact Kathy Jeska
A team from Bethel will serve at Dorothy Day Center downtown St. Paul on the first Sunday of every month. Volunteers to help serve the meal and cookie bakers are needed. Please drop off cookies for the Dorothy Day Center to the Bethel Lutheran Church Downtown Office by the last Friday of each month. Click here to contact Kathy Jeska to participate in this ministry!
Give blood at Bethel's Downtown Campus! Every few months we serve as a host site for the American Red Cross Blood Drive.
Bethel's Good Samaritan Fund has been helping your neighbor need for many years. There are many ways to contribute to this fund, you can mail or drop off a check at the Bethel Downtown office, 920 Third St., Hudson, WI 54016 (please add Good Samaritan Fund on the memo line) or you can give online - please click here. On the designation drop down menu, please choose Good Samaritan Mission.
A prayer shawl is a wearable hug crafted with love, intent, and prayers from maker to recipient. The shawl as it’s being made is meant to offer comfort and solace, in times of need to those who wear it.
The prayer shawl ministry is looking for knitters to help make prayer shawls. Yarn, needles and instructions, are all supplied.
If you can help, please click here to contact Jackie Hugdahl or click here to contact Sheila Wiemerslage