Bethel Students

Bethel Students Ministry is designed to be a space of discipleship and devotion that equips Middle School (6th-8th) and High School (9th-12th) students to have a personal faith and relationship with Jesus.

Our team of qualified adult leaders partners with parents to empower and guide every student to enter into young adulthood a transformative-faith and life radically shaped by the Gospel. We do this through an intentional discipleship, social events, Bible lessons, worship gatherings, discussion groups, and missional serving opportunities. There are multiple environments to engage teens wherever they find themselves along the discipleship pathway.

How to Get Connected to Bethel Students

Wednesday Night Service (7-8:30PM)

Wednesday Night Service involves games, a relevant Biblical lesson, and student discussion groups. Wednesday nights are open to middle and high school students and meets in the Student Center from 7-8:30PM.  

Serving Opportunities 

We are intentional about serving in our church, in our community and in our world. We offer middle and high school students serving opportunities on Sunday mornings through our children’s ministry, worship and tech ministries, and occasional service projects.To find out more, contact us at [email protected] 

Social Events

We hold seasonal, social events every couple of months to provide students an opportunity to enjoy fun games and recreation and to invite their friends. These events have the dual purpose of cultivating an environment of fun and community founded on Jesus while also encouraging students to actively share the Gospel with their friends. These events are aimed to connect with the community outside of Bethel by students bringing unchurched friends to encounter a caring community and a gospel message.

Our Leader

Paul Berger
Student Ministry Director


Paul is a born and raised Houstonian. He attended Houston Christian University for a Bachelors in Sports Management. Since then, he has been pursuing a theological masters degree from Dallas Theological Seminary’s Houston Campus. He has served in youth and young adult ministry ever since God called him into vocational ministry in 2019.