Bethel Chapel

Hill Street, Wollescote, Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY9 8TL

Tel: 01384 892137  Email:


Our Vision:

"To Turn the lost into the found and the faithless into the faithful"




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Welcome to Bethel’s Website

During the Corona Virus restrictions, to try and keep people as safe as possible,

there will be no services at church on Sundays and most groups are still suspended for the time being.


Please join us this Sunday at 10.30am or 6.00pm from the comfort of your own home. To take part please download Zoom to your device, if you don’t already have it, and click on the link below:

Sunday Morning & Evening Zoom Services – Click Here

To dial in from a landline to join by audio only, dial 0131 460 1196. 

Meeting ID is 222 257 7888 and password is 123456



Why not make a quiet space for a few minutes, to pray and light a candle.

Give thanks to God for dedicated NHS and care & key workers, literally, “on the frontline.” 

Pray God’s protection and strength on them and pray that a turning towards the Lord comes by choice for huge numbers of people across this shaking world. 


“God is our refuge and strength.  An ever-present help in times of trouble.” Psalm 46


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God bless us all, protect us, keep us safe and draw us close to Himself during these times.


If you need any help in any way, please call 01384 892137 

(please leave a message if we can’t answer when you ring in) and we will do our best for you.




BETHEL NEWS SHEET – updated 25th July 2021


If you already shop at Amazon, by using Amazon Smile and choosing Bethel as your charity, if you don’t already have a charity linked to your account, we can get the value of 0.5% of your selected purchases for Bethel at no extra cost to yourself


THE BETHEL MAG – 2020 in Review and Covid-19 Special – added 14 February 2021



Bethel Treasures Heaven Scent – our shop in Quarry Bank High Street – is now open each Tuesday – Saturday

updated 17 July 2021


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Sunday Service Recordings

Sunday 25 July – Morning Service


Sunday 25 July – Morning Service, message only on Audio





Sunday 18 July – Morning Service


Sunday 18 July – Morning Service, message only on Audio


Sunday 18 July – Evening Service




Bank Standing Order Form

Gift Aid Declaration Form



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Little Lambs Weekly Notice – updated 17 July 2021

Little Lambs – What are we doing at Nursery this week – updated 17 July 2021


Little Lambs have our own YouTube channel and have uploaded some videos of staff reading stories, singing and teaching.

Click here to access:  Little Lambs Pre-School Centre - YouTube

We are adding new videos all the time – so please keep watching. If you have any requests for stories, send them in on email!




Click for Pastor Jill’s video messages:

Ash Wednesday – 17 February 2021


Sunday 26 July 2020 – for the kids – Intro

Sunday 26 July 2020 – for the kids – ‘While We Can’t Hug’

Friday 24 July 2020 – for the men

Friday 12 June 2020 – for the men

Thursday 4 June 2020 – for the men

Thursday 21 May 2020 – for the men

Sunday 17 May 2020 – for the kids

Thursday 14 May 2020 – for the men

Sunday 10 May 2020 – for the kids

   Friday 8 May 2020 – VE Day Remembrance    

Saturday 2 May 2020

Friday 24 April 2020

Pastor Jill reads ‘Coronavirus – a book for children’

Monday 13 April 2020 – for the kids

Easter Sunday, 12 April 2020

Good Friday, 1 April 2020

Maundy Thursday, 9 April 2020

Palm Sunday, 5 April 2020

Tuesday 3 March 2020

Sunday 2 March 2020 – for the kids

Wednesday 25 March 2020

Sunday 22 March 2020

Thursday 19 March 2020



Welcome to Bethel Chapel

One WAY - After School Club

Demolition Work

The World Through the Wardrobe  -  CS Lewis & Narnia

Little Lambs Pre-School Centre

Cornerstone – Senior Citizens

Fund Raising

Why Disasters?

External Link to Little Lambs Pre-School Centre Ofsted Report

Bethel Chapel History

Tour of Bethel


Little Lambs Weekly Notices

Statement of Faith


Alpha Course

What are we doing at Nursery this week?

Your Wedding at Bethel

Remembrance Services


Little Acorns – Parent & Toddler  Group

Bethel Memories

Bethel Treasures – Heaven Scent


Pathfinders – Sunday School

Amy’s Journey

The Da Vinci Code


Icebreakers – Youth Group

New Building

The Passion of the Christ

Data Privacy Notice





Bethel Chapel

At present, the church that meets at Bethel numbers a total of around 300. That number includes those who come Sunday by Sunday, to those we see only a couple of times a year, and all else between! The number includes our Pathfinders and Icebreakers, and our Cornerstone bids who may only come on Wednesdays. The number also includes the growing number of old people we have living in residential care. Being part of the Church that meets at Bethel can never be confined to those who simply attend this building, but is wide enough to embrace those who know that the whole of their life is a walk with God, and who look to Bethel as their spiritual home.


Bethel is “in the community, for the community” and bases its life upon the free gift of forgiveness and salvation offered by God the Father through Jesus His Son, being in our lives through the Holy Spirit.


Bethel is a community focal point and touches people from the “cradle to the grave”, with Toddlers, Little Lambs Pre-School Centre, One Way children’s club, Friday night youth club, Use it or Lose it, Knit & Natter, Craft & Chat and Cornerstone senior citizen’s luncheon club.  The love of God is pumped out from this church not only through the community activities, but through the work of the individuals who make up the church.


The word Bethel is taken from two Hebrew words - bêtel - meaning the House of God.  The word Church is taken from the Greek word – kuriakon - which means belonging to the Lord.  The word Chapel is taken from a Latin word – cappella - meaning cloak, and provided a secret place where dissenters could worship God.  Chapels were break-away places, breaking the mould, objecting to the status quo, wanting to make God readily available to any and all who would find Him.  Our founders became dissenters and walked out of a Church they felt misrepresented their God and they formed a chapel for worship.  Being part of the Church that meets at Bethel can never be confined to those who simply attend this building, but is wide enough to embrace those who know that the whole of their life is a walk with God, and who look to Bethel as their spiritual home.  Bethel is a place where people can feel safe belonging to the Lord and it’s a place where they can come to find the Lord.  Bethel comprises of safe houses within a safe house.  Those safe houses are the outreach groups which operate week by week and in many and varied ways try to bring the reality of the Kingdom of God into peoples’ lives. 


Here at Bethel we operate with a Pastor, a group of Trustees (who by law are responsible for the day to day running of Bethel as a registered charity), a TEAM (who meet to oversee the regular running of Bethel) and a whole army of the people of God, who day by day live out their lives as witness to the faith they have placed in the son of God, Jesus Christ.


Together with everyone connected with Bethel, we all make up the community known as the Church that meets at Bethel, each one of us looking to fulfil our unique place in the Body of Christ, each one of us looking to Jesus for salvation, and each one of us looking to each other for support, love, loyalty and encouragement.  This Church is made up of human beings who fail, get it wrong, mess up big time, and are in need of forgiveness.  We don’t always give that which others need from us at the right time and in the right place.  But we stand on one assurance:  Our faith is not dependent upon a human being getting it right, but on the unfailing love of God shown to us through Jesus Christ.


Outside the main doors to the church building, we have printed "This church opens wide its doors, and in the name of Jesus, bids you welcome". That's the truth - if you're looking for something more in life - if you're looking for some rhyme and reason to why the world is as it is - if you're looking for hope and a future - you're in the right place !

Welcome to Bethel

With Love

Pastor Jill


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