Betel Youth Kinder Scout Hike
After a fantastic time at Soul Survivor Week B last year we prayed that we would have twice as many young people to take next year. Well the awesome thing is we are taking twice as many young people this year, possibly more. So we have the young people now we need the funds. Last year, to raise money, we did a 100km cycle, and survived (amazingly). This year the members of Betel UK’s Youth Group will be walking the start of the Pennine Way from Edale in the Peak District, including Kinder Scout and Jacob’s Ladder. With steep climbs, a moorland plateau, bogs, rivers and some tricky clambering, it promises to be a tough challenge. Please sponsor us!
If you’d like to sponsor us please follow the link below to give through our Virgin Money Giving account. http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fund/betelyouth2018
Rising to No.1
Following in the footsteps of its sister café in Coventry Rising Café Lincoln has reached the heady heights of number one on Trip Advisor.
Serving a great range of delicious foods in equally delightful surroundings it is no surprise that our café, situated in Alive church on Newland Street, has become the most popular place in Lincoln to eat out.
This rise to fame has caught the attention of local media. Follow the link below to read what the Lincolnshire Echo have to say about it on their website.
Youth Cycle to Soul Survivor
Following last year’s fantastic and fun packed week at Soul Survivor, Betel Youth are looking to raise money to help with costs for this year (2017).
Last year we reached great heights as we hiked our way to the top of Snowdon.
This year we are going horizontal as we attempt a 100km bike ride along the Tissington and High Peak Trails in Derbyshire. And yes you read it correctly. 100km!!
As we are up for a challenge we challenge you to dig deep into your generous hearts and support us in prayer and/or financially. We are going to need both.
Many Thanks from the Betel Youth
Hands and Feet
A short video showing some of the men and women of Betel living out life restored.
Can the life-changing work of Betel be described in just one word?