MENTAL HEALTH & WELLNESS
It is most likely that we have all experienced or encountered mental illness in our lives. Exploring mental wellness is an important step toward understanding what poses such difficult challenges in society and our community, and in our lives and those whom we love.
We hope you can come and join us with an open mind and open heart. Mental illness holds many stigmas in society. Jesus' ministry led straight to the heart of the mentally ill and provided healing, love and, acceptance. We are called to do the same.
At Bethel, we understand that mental health is a vital component to spiritual well-being. We are explicit and outspoken in supporting our members and friends who struggle with mental health issues. We work to provide resources and opportunities for wellness and support. Bethel is our church family. We are here for each other in whatever ways we can be.
Your emotional health and well-being are as important as your physical health, especially during challenging times. Learn to Live has developed resources to help you navigate the uncertainty of the situation brought on by COVID-19.
BEING: Wellness for faith
Join acclaimed author, psychologist, and speaker Elisha Goldstein, Ph.D., as he explores mental health issues and practices with some of the world's leading experts.
It’s normal to be experiencing increased stress and anxiety right now. It is important to be gentle with yourself and others, and to take steps to support both your own and your family’s mental well-being. Consider these tips to support your mental well-being during the COVID-19 response.
End in Mind is working to change how our culture engages with loss, dying, and death. They do this by inspiring individuals, families, and communities to explore their fears around death and dying, then creatively encouraging deeper inquiry into how to live with intention, purpose, and meaning at any stage of life.