Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

Update | 8 July 2020

Although it was our heart to only be meeting online for 2 weeks, the changing dynamic in our state and local government has resulted in us continuing to meet online for the foreseeable future. We will continue to make services available online as we have in previous weeks. The sermon replay will also be available on YouTube and via podcast a few days after the service. 

Thank you for continuing to extend grace to the team as we navigate this unique season.

Update | 24 June 2020

We’ve been paying close attention to new city and state ordinances during the current COVID-19 situation and have an important update to share with you.

As a result of the uptick in local cases and the more stringent ordinances from both the state and local level, we have decided to cancel in person services for the next 2 weeks, Saturday June 27th and July 4th. There are many factors that have gone into this decision, including the fact that when we meet we want to be able to fully express ourselves as a church and also the fact that we meet in someone else’s building.

We will be streaming live services at 6pm on June 27th and hope that you can join us as we continue to press in for breakthrough as a community. We appreciate your prayers and understanding as the leadership team navigates our current season and endeavors to make decisions that will not only honor our city but that will protect and serve our church family.

For those planning to join us at Port Aransas on Sunday, June 28th, we hope to have a decision on whether we will need to change those plans at all by Thursday or Friday at the latest. We will email those directly who have registered with that specific update.

We love you all and will continue to wait with expectation for the days ahead.

— Joaquin & Renee Evans

Update | 17 March 2020

Beginning 21 March 2020, Bethel Austin will be moving to online services for its weekly, Saturday services. These services will be available to the general public and published to our Facebook page.

Here are other important updates for our community:

  • Always check Bethel Austin’s Facebook, Instagram, and your email for the latest updates on services, classes and other events
  • Daily encouragements of hope will be starting on 19 March, which are short encouraging words and will be shared by the leadership team
  • Mini master classes will be launching soon as a way to go even deeper in this “rooting” season
  • Equip & Activate classes will be streamed online from our Bethel Austin Community page
  • Bethel Austin will be launching its own worship rooms from the offices, which will be streamed online to the public
  • The Life Groups will be looking at ways to either temporarily split into small groups or meet virtually. Follow this link to sign up for one!
Frequently Asked Questions

Our weekend services are being held online for the time being on Saturdays at 6pm. You can join in on these services by visiting our Facebook page or YouTube channel.

The Transformation Center will continue making appointments and conducting those appointments in person or via Zoom, whichever is appropriate. To make an appointment, please go to Thank you for deciding to step into the freedom Christ came to deliver

If you have a prayer request or need prayer for healing, please email

If you’re new to Bethel Austin, we would love to connect with you. We have created avenues of connection into our family which include our Dinner for 8. These are great ways to get connected with community. Find out more info here

Want to call Bethel Austin home? We believe that doing life alongside other believers is one of the beautiful ways that revival is cultivated. Join a life group by visiting here and/or sign up to begin serving at our weekend services here.

We believe in equipping the saints to do the work of the ministry. Equip Classes and Activate will equip you as a believer to grow in your faith and walk in the supernatural. To get more info, click here.


My favorite testimony of the goodness of God is when were were in Sierra Leone.  Jenni came upstairs and asked me to come pray for one of the students that had passed out.  When I got there I gathered her in my arms and quietly prayed over her healing and the love of the Father.  It took about 10 minutes for her to come back around and she was so ashamed when she did.  I reassured her that it was okay and how much she was loved.  After sending her back to class the principal informed us that she frequently had epileptic seizures and it normally took a very long time for her to wake up.  During the rest of our time she never had another one and I believe she is completely free from that bondage!  God also ministered to the principal because he was so excited about the way she was ministered to giving him a revelation that Jesus moves in the quiet prayers as well as the loud ones.  Glory to God!


We absolutely love Bethel Austin. Every time we go it feels like a big family reunion of the King's kids. The excitement in the lobby before the doors open is palpable. I've never experienced that before. People are actually excited to worship and hear the Word! We have only been going for a few weeks but are excited to call it our church home. I have read some negative reviews on social media and I do suggest that everyone come and check it out for yourselves. I was a little hesitant before attending just because of what I've read and heard but I am SO glad I did not let that be a deterrent! Our family has been so ministered to and blessed at this Church. Thank you Bethel ATX!


My wife had been suffering with a gluten intolerance known as celiac for 15 years and grabbed hold of a testimony in December about someone else getting healed from a food allergy. Without even realizing it, she received her healing and has been eating gluten ever since! Thank you, Jesus!