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Announcement regarding in-person worship…

Dear Friends,  A year ago at this time, it would have been inconceivable that we would not be gathering together on December 24th to hear the Christmas story, sing “Silent Night,” and celebrate God’s promise in the birth of Jesus to be Emmanuel, “God with us.” A year later, that thought is still difficult to imagine. The only thing more inconceivable, however, is gathering together inside for…

UPDATE on IN-PERSON WORSHIP 12.10.20

Dear Bethel Church Family, We have been notified that a worship attendee at the 10:00 a.m. service on December 6th has tested positive for the Covid-19 Coronavirus. While this person has been mainly asymptomatic, we still believe they would have been contagious on Sunday morning.  The church has asked that they personally notify the people who came into direct contact with them.  While we are confident that our…

Poinsettias for Christmas 2020

It’s not too late to order a poinsettia!  If you’re interested in purchasing a poinsettia to beautify the sanctuary in December, please give me a call at 803.787.3058, or send an email at office@bethelmethodistcolumbia.com. The poinsettias are 6” and cost $7.00 each. Sheryl L. JonesAdministrative Assistant

Yoga at Bethel

Louise Smith turned to Yoga in 2005 after a knee injury and quickly became interested in all aspects of the practice. She believes the power of yoga extends to all aspects of life, far beyond just a physical practice. Yoga is a beautiful, well-rounded system that makes us healthier, happier beings. In 2009 Louise completed a 230-hour Yoga Teacher Training through Asheville…

Coping with and through Holiday Grief

Dear Friends, Our collective grief and loss of 2020 is real. Since March, we’ve both limited and eliminated our family and faith community gatherings. We’ve lost loved ones and neighbors; we’ve coped with ongoing uncertainty, isolation, loneliness, sadness, depression, anxiety, ennui, frustration, and listlessness. As a nation, we’ve faced cultural, political, economic, and health crises. As individuals, we’ve wrestled with urgency and…