The Fellowship Committee meets the first Tuesday of the month and exists for the sole purpose of encouraging our congregation to share life together by connecting people, and building relationships between church members for the unity of Christ's Church.
- Worship Fellowship Coffee Servers
After our morning service, everyone is invited to meet in the back of the church for a time of fellowship and refreshments. For those volunteers who are in charge of hosting/serving refreshments, please review the following guidelines:
-clean out coffee pots and both cold drink coolers
-leave kitchen clean
-find your own replacement if you are unable to
participate on your scheduled Sunday
-arrive to church early to put cookies on trays
- BRCWM (Womens' Ministries)
Bentheim Reformed Church Womens' Ministries is made up of women from our church of various ages. Some of our activities and purposes include supporting missionary endeavors both here and abroad; serving funeral luncheons and providing kitchen staff for funerals; financing emergency church needs (carpet cleaning, computer for youth ministries, parsonage repairs, pulpit podiums, etc.); and providing the kitchen with needed equipment and supplies. Funds are raised through our Harvest Auction (bi- annually), creating and selling cookbooks (current cookbook: "Tasty Treasures III"), and our mum plant sale (annually in the fall).
- Blood Pressure Clinic
The Blood Pressure Clinic is held in the church library the first Sunday of the month to help those monitoring their heart health. It is free to everyone.
- First-Aid Kits
- Meals for Families
This program is designed to help those that could use a hot meal brought in during a time that a family may be under an extra strain due to a birth, injury, illness, or the passing away of a loved one.
The Bentheim Reformed Church nursery provides care for our little ones so their parents can enjoy a disruption free time of worship during our morning service. We offer care for infants 8 weeks old up to 4 years of age (during the off-season of WOW Jr.)
Our goal is to create a loving and cheerful experience for the little ones of our church where they are able to relax, play, and feel safe while their family members are able to enjoy worship. Our little ones, upon parent's permission, are also able to enjoy a small snack and juice during their time with us on Sundays.
Anyone who has completed 4th grade is able to become a helper, and anyone above 18 years of age can be a primary caregiver after a background check has been completed. Anyone who enjoys rocking babies can be a help.
The Roadrunners are a group of retirees and empty nesters that get together once or twice a year and take day trips to area attractions and enjoy dining at restaurants in the area.
- The Road Rashers
The Road Rashers are a group of motorcycle enthusiasts that meet a few times a year and tour the West Michigan countryside. You can be sure there will be a stop at a local diner somewhere along the way.
- Friends at the Table
Small groups of adults (couples and singles) that get together to share a meal together. Random groups are formed once or twice a year. Watch the bulletin for sign up.