Bethel Apostolic Church vision statement is:

“Bless me to bless you: Realizing God’s creative intent for our lives!”

For Bethel our vision should be a clear, challenging picture of the future of the ministry that can and must be. Our actions must be intentional and keep us pointing in the right direction. Such a vision must be drawn from an understanding of God’s will for Bethel Apostolic Church – His church and our vision must be aligned with the vision which God Himself has for this church. A vision has been described as a mental picture of the future, which finds its realization in the hands of the one who owns the vision. It is my desire that Bethel’s vision becomes our vision; something each individual owns and takes great pride in seeing fulfilled. “So why does our Church exist? Does it exist for us? Does it exist for others? Does it exist for both? Who will be served first?” These are important fundamental questions, and certainly debatable, yet we do know the balance for “why does a church exists”, between “us” and “others” cannot be equal. We must be mindful of our human nature and that the default path is inward but taking this path will only result in answering this question as, we will only exist for ourselves – and that’s not being obedient to God’s Word. 

Therefore, it is my desire and passion for Bethel Apostolic Church to be more outwardly focused and strengthen our focus to reach out
to our neighborhood. What does this mean for us? It means we need to intentionally point our ministry outward, get excited about our Mission and formulate plans to accomplish the great things God has planned
for us. It means working together, serving and using our spiritual gifts to build a strong community of Christian believers and reach out to the community of Weston and help to fulfill the Great Commission. In order to intentionally point our ministry outward it may mean that we need to alter familiar habits and redeploy our focus. This is of great value and should be the constant, passionate core belief that drives our ministry.

So why does our church exist? It exists to glorify God and that of allowing His kingdom to be established in each of us upon earth.

Your Tithes and Offerings can be sent by Interac e-Transfer to