Celebrating 87 years at Bethany College HEPBURN, SASK. More than 350 guests braved a spring snowstorm for the 87th closing weekend celebrations at Bethany College, Hepburn, Sask., that began with…
Bethany Bible School, started 1927
also called Bethany Bible Institute (BBI)
amalgamated with Herbert Bible School and Coaldale Bible School
A large, diverse family sits at a long picnic table having lunch together under a large oak tree shading them from the high-noon sun, in full view of an expansive ocean front. Alongside the words “great love the Father has lavished on us, that we should be called children of God” (1 John 3:1), this picture is an invitation to belong – more specifically, an invitation to Belong to the Truth at Youth Advance 2014 at Bethany College, Hepburn, Sask.
On the weekend of Oct. 31–Nov. 2, 2013, Bethany College fall theatre presented Joseph Robinette’s dramatization of C.S. Lewis’s The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
Each year, Bethany College staff and faculty prepare, plan, and pray that the college’s courses, residences, service-learning trips, dramas, and ministry teams will shape the students and teach them to follow Christ with integrity and joy. Each year, staff and faculty at the Hepburn, Sask., school are shaped by these same students.
July 22–26, the gym at Bethany College, Hepburn, Sask., was filled with hard work and excitement as athletes Grades 7–to 12 came to improve their basketball skills. It was Above the Rim Basketball Camp, the final week of sport camps at the college, attended by 35 campers.
Bethany College, Hepburn, Sask., set up the first of four weeks of sports camp July 8–12 with Elite Volleyball Camp.
“As you come to him, the living Stone – rejected by humans but chosen by God and precious to him – you also, like living stones, are being built into a spiritual house…” (1 Peter 2:4–5). These words of Peter written a long time ago, spoke to us during our annual Bethany Players (drama team) tour, Apr. 22–May 6.
The graduation weekend of Bethany College, Hepburn Sask., April 20-21, included a concert held in the beautiful and historic Knox United Church in downtown Saskatoon. Susan J Schmidt Goerz directed a compilation of musical ensembles and drama called “When I Walk through Those Doors” along with special guest conductor Brent Kruger and Saskatoon’s Teen Challenge Choir.
Fellowshipping around tables in Borden’s (Sask.) community centre (meeting place of Riverbend [MB] Fellowship), the Saskatchewan MB (SKMB) convention feels like a family reunion – and like many such gatherings, it was not without difference of opinion as the executive presented an ambitious budget and structural changes.