OUR HISTORY

 Our Roots:

Bethany’s founding church was the Plymouth Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran Church, located about five miles west of Mauston on Johnson road.
Today all that remains on the site of the original church building is the steeple.  It is now a landmark that indicates the entrance to the Plymouth Cemetery.

Windows:

Other treasured pieces of Bethany’s roots can be found in our stained glass windows.  The stained glass windows from the Plymouth Church were saved and kept in storage after the building was dismantled in the early 1960’s.  The medallions (colored symbols) and some of the
amber glass were then incorporated into the stained glass windows of our current building in 1998.

The Bell:

In 1968 the original bell was moved from the Plymouth congregation to Bethany.  This bell continues to be in use at Bethany today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click the link below for interesting history of Suldal

The Suldal Norwegian Settlement in Juneau County

Our Mission:

We at Bethany Lutheran Church, Mauston, seek to build unity by instilling hope through

ENGAGING

all generations in the practices and teaching of Jesus,

WELCOMING

each other,

REACHING OUT

to our greater community.

 

Council President
Dick Pirwitz

bethanymaustonelca@gmail.com

701 Grove Street
Mauston, WI 53948
608-847-6690

Office Hours
10AM – 2PM M-Th

Service Hours:
Sunday 9:30 A.M.

Sunday School
October –  April 8:15 A.M.

Fellowship/Coffee
Not being offered at this time