Bethel Church Breaks Ground on New Collyer Campus

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Bethel Church Breaks Ground on New Collyer Campus

Oct 20, 2021
Press Release

On Sunday, August 8, 2021, Bethel Church officially broke ground on its future campus on Collyer Drive in Redding, California. The occasion was marked by a gathering on the property that included a time of singing and prayers of dedication, taking communion together, and the ceremonial first shovel of dirt turned by church leaders.  

The current scope of work on the property is site preparation and grading for all building pads and a quadrant of the future parking lot. Eddie Axner Construction is the site work contractor under the supervision of our general contractor, Modern Building. We plan to begin construction of the worship center and children’s classrooms in 2023.

We are thankful for this opportunity to prepare the way for what God is doing in our city!

About Bethel Church of Redding

Founded in 1954 and previously a part of the Assemblies of God, Bethel Church is a non-denominational church in Redding, California with a congregation of almost 10,000 people (including members, regular attendees, students, and children) in a city of approximately 91,000. To learn more about Bethel, we invite you to read our statement of faith and core values, discover our weekend service times, and listen to recent messages.


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