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Our History

Bethel Romanian Pentecostal Church was formed in the early 1990s, beginning with a small group of
brothers and sisters who began gathering at Golgotha Romanian Pentecostal Apostolic Church at 5272
Chopin Street in Detroit, Michigan.

Due to certain circumstances and prevailing conditions, a small group of brothers and sisters
(approximately 100 adults), together with their families decided to form their own independent church,
without any affiliation to any religious Romanian or American Pentecostal association. In 1998, this
small, but faithful group bought a Catholic church at 2600 Saulino Court in Dearborn, Michigan. This
church was renovated and formally became known as Bethel Romanian Pentecostal Church.


Motivated by the promises of the Lord and His help, the church rapidly grew to 250 members in the
early 2000s, outgrowing the small church. In 2003, a large lot was bought at 26230 Goddard Road in
Taylor, Michigan. After obtaining the necessary approvals, construction broke ground in fall 2003.
With the help, guidance, and protection of the Lord, the first church service in the spacious new building took place on Thanksgiving Day 2006. On January 21, 2007 the church was officially inaugurated.


Currently, the church has over 500 active members and over 600 youth and children. Our members
actively partake in the different functions listed in the New Testament: evangelism, discipleship,
worship, fellowship, and service. Church services are accompanied by various praise groups, choirs,
bands, the preaching of the Gospel, and prayer.

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