Welcome!

We are a non-denominational church located in Lexington, Indiana. We are a church hungry to be discipled; we want to go deeper in our relationships with the Lord. And we are eager to mobilize the church and put our faith into action – going out into the community, making disciples who make disciples who make disciples. Our vision is “to manifest and make known the glory of God, so that individuals may experience and be transformed by the power of the Holy Spirit.”

We strive to exalt Jesus Christ through worship, equip believers for ministry and service, evangelize to the world and experience Jesus Christ through fellowship. Our goal is to guide people of all backgrounds into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, while also discipling the flock, so we can better go out and share the Gospel so we can create more disciples.

If you are contemplating visiting a church, we want to encourage you to come visit us this Sunday. We believe you will feel quite at home! Here at New Bethel, we are more of a family, and we guarantee you’ll be greeted with a smile and a handshake! Come see us, God is doing big things!

 

Godly Saints From The Past: A Look Into The Lives Of Forgotten Saints In Christian History (Corrie Ten Boom 1892-1983)

Corrie Ten Boom was born on April 15, 1892 to a Dutch  family in Holland, Netherlands. She was the youngest of two sisters, Bellie and Nollie and one brother named Willem. Corrie had the privilege of being raised in a very Godly family and were members of the Dutch Reformed Church. Corrie’s grandfather, Willem, had […]

Godly Saints From The Past: A Look Into The Lives Of Forgotten Saints In Christian History (George Mueller 1805-1898)

George Mueller was a Prussian (German native) born in Kroppenstaedt on September 27, 1805 to Herr Faru Mueller. His father was a Prussian Tax Collector and would often entrust George and his two other brothers with considerable amounts of money, which many times would turn out to be disastrous. Often times George and his brothers […]

Godly Saints From The Past: A Look Into The Lives Of Forgotten Saints In Christian History (William Booth 1829-1912)

  “The Prophet Of The Poor” William Bramwell Booth was born on April 10, 1829 to Samuel and Mary Booth in Nottingham, England.  William had three sisters named Ann, Emma, Mary, and older brother named Henry that died on his second birthday. William’s parents were not religious and they had little education. William’s father grew […]

Godly Saints From The Past: A Look Into The Lives Of Forgotten Saints In Christian History (Amy Carmichael 1867-1951)

  “Amma”   Amy Carmichael was born on December 16, 1867 in a small village in Ireland to David and Catherine Carmichael. She was the oldest of seven children and was a very adventurous child while growing up and was often mischievous especially among her siblings. Her parents were devout Presbyterians and her father owned […]

Godly Saints From The Past: A Look Into The Lives Of Forgotten Saints In Christian History (Eric Liddell 1902-1945)

                “Eric Liddell: The Flying Scotsman”        Eric Liddell the “The Flying Scot” was born in January 16, 1902 in Tientsin, China. Though Scottish in heritage his parents James and Mary Liddell were missionaries to China under the London Missionary Society. Eric grew up understanding the Chinese culture […]