Knowing, Loving, Serving…
So the World Will Know Christ’s Love

Bethel’s Choir Now Rehearsing for Christmas!

We’re excited about our musical offerings this fall, and even more so about our music for Christmas!  If you’ve been putting off asking about singing in our choir, now is the perfect time to take that step!  All it takes is a simple phone call (803.446.0548), text message (803.446.0548), or email (paxweb@aol.com) to see where your voice might fit within our choir.  We rehearse Saturday mornings from 10:30 – 11:40 a.m., followed by a time of fellowship over lunch.  One of the most exciting aspects of the coming holidays is singing.  Why not take that first step toward what could be your most rewarding and meaningful Christmas ever!  

Bill Webb, Organist / Choir Director

Shout Out to the Bethel Choir

I have the great pleasure and privilege of music
ministry through Bethel. Working directly with the
choir these past eight months has brought me
much joy. Our choir members are dedicated to
bringing you the message each week through song.
Each of them freely serves to share his musical talents
and spiritual gifts so that Jesus’ love and
God’s mercy can be proclaimed and celebrated.

In addition to sharing the Good News of the Gospel,
many in our choir are caring for family members
and other loved ones. Following our Saturday
morning rehearsals, those who are able enjoy a
wonderful time of fellowship over lunch. This
additional time together continues to strengthen our
love and support of one another.

When you are able and the time presents itself,
please take a moment to pray for our choir and for
our Bethel church family. I give thanks, appreciation,
and much love to Velma Neeley and her outpouring
of love and support. The personal notes I
receive through the mail from Velma and others
help to affirm our purpose and call to ministry
through music at Bethel. They inspire me to send a
note of appreciation and love to others. These
notes serve as a bright ray of sunshine, and I am
working to help share that light in others’ lives.

Bill Webb