The Bethelkerk is a fairly modern Protestant church in Scheveningen village in The Hague. The Bethel Church was built between 1970 and 1971. The Bethel Church has two organs in use, a church organ and a choir organ. In addition to the usual Sunday morning services, seaside services are also held here twice a month in the afternoon. These services are especially for people who do not usually go to church and are musically arranged. In addition, the Bethel Church offers target services for various groups.
The Bethel Church is a fairly modern church that was built in 1970. The church was inaugurated in 1971 and an organ was placed there at the end of September. The church organ is a beautiful piece of the church and was expanded in 1977 with a choir organ. The church has been modernized even more over the years. The Protestant community has now been merged with the Reformed community and this is going very well.
The Bethel Church is a fairly modern church built in 1970. The church was built between 1970 and 1971. The church stands out for its sleek appearance and the purple benches in the hall. In addition, the church has become more and more modern over the years. There are pictures of the youthful members of the community in the hall.
The Bethel Church is located at 175 Jurriaan Kokstraat in Scheveningen village. Paid parking is available at the Bethel Church, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. However, you can only park here for a maximum of 60 minutes. In addition, the church is also easily accessible by public transport. Tram 1 and bus 22 stop in front of the Betherl Church and are therefore an ideal means of transport.