The eight branches of Newtown Savings Bank have served Connecticut communities for more than 150 years. The bank has…More always been a leader in originating loans to area residents and businesses. In fact, in 2009, Newtown Savings had a record year for mortgages.
The drive-up window for this Newtown Savings Bank is behind the building, located in Dolan Plaza in the center of town.
Newtown Savings Bank, a community bank, was founded in 1855. Today, its branches serve 9 towns in Connecticut.…More They have two branches serving Bethel. Newtown's mission is to serve the people and businesses in the community it serves.
This free-standing branch has an outdoor ATM, a drive- thru, and lobby service.
Newtown-Bound Bears 58 Grassy Plain St, Bethel, CT06801 Established after the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Newtown-Bound Bears is an organization…More providing stuffed bears in memory of the tragedy's victims. It accepts both monetary donations and new bears to offer to local shelters, the Danbury Hospital and charities and organizations. Call for donation information.
Newtown Meeting House 31 Main St, Bethel, CT06801 Newtown Meeting House was constructed more than two and a half centuries ago. It serves as a venue for…More nondenominational, inter-faith religous or civil ceremonies. The facility is handicap accessible and air conditioned.
Located outside of town center, on the road to Newtown is the Church of St. Mary. This is the only Catholic church in…More Bethel, and it also serves residents of Danbury, Brookfield, Newtown and Redding.
The convent is part of the St. Mary School, a Christ-centered educational community. It has been designated as a Department of Education Blue Ribbon Award Winner.