Bethany Lutheran Church
Bethany Lutheran Church in Princeton, Minnesota, is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Synod (ELS). Like all churches of the ELS, we believe that the Bible is God’s completely true, inspired Word, and that the central message of the Bible is our salvation through faith alone in Jesus Christ as our Savior.
We gather together to listen to our Savior’s voice in His Word and to rest in His presence in His Sacraments of Baptism, Absolution, and the Lord’s Supper. We are a church that worships using traditional Lutheran liturgy and hymns, which — together with Christ-centered, Biblical preaching — faithfully deliver the pure Gospel message that God provides you with full and free forgiveness of all your sins.
We would love for you to join us, as we follow where He leads us, always to His cross and resurrection. We know that He is gathering us so that we will be “gathered in” together in heaven.
Are you looking for a Christian school for your child (preschool through 8th grade)? Our school, Princeton Lutheran School at 7401 Alpha Road in Princeton, has an open house from 5 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, May 14.You can see some special projects our students have done, tour our school and get acquainted with our teachers, and even register for next school year early! Families of current students are encourage to come see their children’s projects and be available to tell prospective families about your children’s great experience at our school! You can call (763) 389-0704 for information about the open house, to schedule a visit or to speak with our teachers. Our school website is www.pelsmn.com.
Our school uses classical education materials, including Saxon Math, reading of novels in 3rd-8th grade, and the teaching of Latin 2 days per week. We have an experienced music teacher who volunteers her time, spending an entire day each week at our school teaching music class to all the children. Our children begin the day with a the pledge of allegiance (including “under God”) and a patriotic song of the month, a Bible-based devotion, the Bible verse and Catechism of the week to learn by heart, and the singing of the hymn of the week. All subjects are taught with a Christian worldview.