Videos & Audio
From time to time, we like to capture some of the talent that Bethany offers, either formal or informal, in video form. Our YouTube channel can be found here! We hope you enjoy!
Thanksgiving Dinner 2012
A mysterious group calling themselves "The Vegetarians" were signed up for the Talent Revue, but not one was telling what their talent would be! We found out soon enough - they were the first act of the evening - and what an act it was. (Thanks to Steve Cady for the video!)
Just goes to show: BETHANY ROCKS!!
Chancel Choir Pentecost 2013
Led by former Music Director Derek Saito, the choir sings "I'm Gonna Sing 'Til the Spirit Moves in My Heart". Solo by Dave Wales.
Bethany Prayz Pentecost 2013
Prayz plays "Be the Centre", words and music by Michael Frye, for a joint worship service with the Mohk Yang Korean Presbyterian Church.
Open Mic May 2013
Singer-songwriter Jesse Valentine plays at Open Mic
Open Mic July 2014
Talented songwriter and guitarist - and our MC for the evening - George Lynch plays at Open Mic
Ceili - A Celtic Music Festival - March 2012
Anne and the Bethany Brawlers play as the celebrants waltz. Enjoy!
And folk dance, too!
Open Mic November 2014
Our own Huy Le, who came to Bethany via Open Mic Night, composed a song to honor what Bethany means to him, and performed it at OMN@B/Thanksgiving Talent Revue. Listen here:
To read Huy's beautiful lyric, click here!
Prayz October 2015
A beautiful introit by Prayz, from worship on October 11: "Your Love Oh Lord" by Mac Powell. That's Craig Bray on lead vocal.
Chancel Choir November 2015
The Chancel Choir, under the direction of Jessica Reddell , sings "Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning", a traditional spiritual arranged by Gilpin. From worship on November 9, 2015.
The annual Bethany Ceili, a festival of Celtic music, was held on March 19, 2016. This was a fund-
raiser for our next Stop Hunger Now event. Please enjoy the Bethany Brawlers!
Part one -
Part two - St. Anne's Reel
Part three -
Part four - Ashokon Farewell
Spring Tea & Fundraiser May 7, 2016
Our tea and fundraiser was for Answering For the Children this year. Answering For the Children is a home and family for orphaned children in Uganda. We were graced with a triogroup is called Bu Falle African Dance and Drum, and the room came alive!
Yes, this really is how Presbyterians spend their Saturday afternoons!