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07.12.20 “Faith in Miracles”

Mark 6:45-51 Sunday Worship at HomeBethel UMC Columbia | Rev. Julie Songer BelmanJuly 12, 2020 Preparation:  Find a spot in your home for yourself/your family to engage in worship. Include your Bible, a candle, and a lighter or matches (or battery operated candle or low wattage table lamp), if possible. You might consider a small cross as well. Welcome: Thank you for joining…

07.05.20

Genesis 22:1-14 Sunday Worship at HomeBethel UMC Columbia | Rev. Julie Songer BelmanJuly 5, 2020 Preparation:  Find a spot in your home for yourself/your family to engage in worship. Include your Bible, a candle, and a lighter or matches (or battery operated candle or low wattage table lamp), if possible. You might consider a small cross as well. Welcome: Thank you for joining…

06.28.20 “The Hope We’ve All Been Waiting For”

Isaiah 25:6-9 Good morning, friends, We invite you to join us for worship today! We will be holding in-person worship in the sanctuary at 10:00 a.m., though with the continued rise in Coronavirus numbers this week, we understand that many of you will need to stay home. If you choose to worship virtually, you may find today’s service on YouTube, uploaded to…

06.21.20 “Becoming Spiritual People”

1 Corinthians 3:1-9 Dear Bethel Church community, A good friend of mine has rightly insisted on not using the phrase “new normal.”  We are adjusting to new circumstances and situations in every aspect of our lives, but so far nothing resembling normal has emerged.  For the church, worship has continued to be a moving target.  Tomorrow morning June 21 we will embark…

06.14.20 “Glorifying God Today”

John 12:20-33 Sunday Worship at HomeBethel UMC Columbia | Rev. Julie Songer BelmanJune 14, 2020 Preparation:  Find a spot in your home for yourself/your family to engage in worship. Include your Bible, a candle and a lighter or matches (or battery operated candle or low wattage table lamp), if possible. You might consider a small cross as well. Welcome: Thank you for joining…