Bible Study

Apr 1, 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Bible is an incredible book of history and facts that proves that there ... Read More

Helping Hands Feeding

Apr 3, 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

  The Spirit of God testifies to and confirms the simple, but almighty, security ... Read More

Bethany Chapel understands that it can be difficult for many of God's people to have an opportunity to hear the word of the Lord. Because we live in a fast pace world and the demands that are placed on our lives, many miss out on getting a good word to help in our spiritual development. If you desire to hear a good word from our pastor, Dr. Ernest Jones, then just click on the picture Sunday Morning and hear today's message. We pray that the word of the Lord empowers your faith in knowing God is able to do anything but fail. We pray your day is full of God's joy. Come and join in and hear the message!
You are not alone. Whatever life has thrown your way, whatever made you click on this page, you do not have to face this alone. Whether you want to pray for family or pray for guidance in your own life, there is a way to find peace. You can cast your cares on Jesus and rest in Him through all that you are facing. God hears your pleas.Prayer is a direct communication with God and gives us assurance that He hears our cry. Every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Bethany gathers together for prayer. We understand that God's word has charged us to pray without ceasing. We welcome your prayer request as we come together as a team to raise your request to God's throne on your behalf. We would love to hear from you and pray for your concerns. Your privacy is of great importance contact us with your prayer request by emailing us at or click the image.
Understanding what you believe is critical to your faith. When challenges arise one can easily be tossed to and fro. We have design this section to increase our vocabulary and learning about what we believe. As God continues to reveal Himself our knowledge and vocabulary is taken to a deeper understanding of God. Here is the Word of the Week to enhance our knowledge and vocabulary.
Messiah A Hebrew term meaning “anointed one.” The OT people of God came to anticipate a person anointed by the Spirit who would function once again as king and priest over Israel. Messiah was the person, whether supernatural or earthly, endowed with special powers and functions by God, who would appear as the divinely appointed, eschatological deliverer and ruler of Israel.


Wednesday Prayer Service 6:30 p.m. until 7:00 p.m.

Bible Study 7:15 p.m. until 8:15 p.m.

The Four Pillars of Bethany Chapel   

Due to COVID 19 church as we know it has taken on a transition to accomidate for public safety. The church must be innovate in order to provide preaching, teaching, and worship; keeping the congregants empowered to battle the sin that is in the world. One way Bethany Chapel has chosen to reach the community is to provide Sunday school and Sunday morning worship through providing God's message through video technology. The website has good sound teaching, preaching, and worship. While we will always miss meeting together we will not succomb to the devils schemes. Please continue to visit the website as we work tirelessly to bring you the word of God. Please stay safe and click on the picture (From the Pastor) to listen to an important message from Pastor Jones. Blessings!!
Missionary Baptist State Convention of Kansas
The VISION of MBSCK will be to foster an atmosphere of Values, Integrity, Structure, Inclusiveness, Ownership & Nurturing through Discipleship and connectional investment for the purpose of kingdom building.
Working as a dynamic whole, the MBSCK’s unique assets are greater than the sum of its parts. The MBSCK is a crossroads for the spiritual growth, fellowship and Christian education of many National Baptist in the State of Kansas. We are a collection of diverse Baptist churches rich in faith, fellowship and family. These enviable hallmarks are standards that make us unique, set us apart and offer a foundation for growth personally, spiritually and connectionally.