A word of welcome from Pastor Annette…

A sad, but grateful goodbye

A sad, but grateful goodbye

For 108 years Bethany Lutheran has been a place of ministry in the Green Lake neighborhood. We find that we are no longer able to sustain the life of our congregation. We have also recognized that the Spirit is calling the church to create new forms of ministry and... read more

Use Our Electric Vehicle Charger

Charge it up- free of charge!   After hearing Lutheran theologian Larry Rasmussen speak on the ethical imperatives related to climate change this past January, Pastor Annette made the decision to transition to an electric vehicle for her daily commute to Whidbey... read more

Seeding the Church of Tomorrow

With great excitement we announce that on January 24 our congregation voted to commit a significant portion of our endowment fund to partner with the Northwest Washington Synod and the wider ELCA to fund the calling of a mission developer to begin a new ministry start... read more

Dyings and Risings

The Lenten/Easter season seems to encapsulate the entire yearlong journey in a short span of days. The dying and rising cycle of the earth that take twelve months is pushed into seven weeks and leads us metaphorically through the stripping away, the fallow time, the... read more

Bethany Lutheran Church

We’re located near Green Lake. Come for church and then picnic at the lake afterward!