Bethel United Methodist Church offers many worship opportunities, including three Sunday morning services and several seasonal services. We also participate actively in the community services sponsored by the Bethel Ministerial Association.
Three worship opportunities are available to you each Sunday morning. Songs and messages are projected on a media screen in all services. Hearing assisted headphones are available. You may dress in the manner comfortable to you in any of our services.
Blended Worship Service
8:00am / Sanctuary
This early morning worship service features a blend of traditional hymns, more recent congregational songs of praise, piano accompaniment, monthly communion, special music by a choir, soloists, and ensembles, and a relevent scriptural message from our pastor.
10:30am / Sanctuary
This late morning worship service features our church praise band and singers playing current praise songs. Special musicwill occasionally be performed by a choir or soloists. Communion is shared each Sunday along with a relevant scriptural message from one of our pastors.
Chapel Worship Service
10:30am / Chapel
This late morning worship service features traditional hymns, piano accompaniment, monthly communion, special music by a choir, soloists, and ensembles, and a relevent scriptural message from our pastor.
New Sunday Morning Schedule
beginning January 8, 2017
1st service (traditional)-8am
2nd service (contemporary)-10:30am
During the 10:30 service, there will be an optional traditional gathering in the chapel.
Includes Joint-Service Worship Celebrations, Lenten Services, Christmas Eve Services, and others that may be planned in any individual year.
Includes Thanksgiving Services, Holy Week Services, Christmas Advent Services and National Day of Prayer
All Christians may take communion at Bethel United Methodist Church even if they are not yet members of the church. Communion is a sacrament instituted by Jesus Christ as a way to remember His life, death, and resurrection. As we participate in communion, we encounter the living Christ.