Messenger (Newsletter) - Bethel United Methodist Church

“Now you are the body of
Christ and each one of you is
a necessary part of it.”
1 Corinthians 12:27
Rev. Todd Davis, Pastor
Mrs. Carol Barnett
Administrative Assistant
Mrs. Michelle Keiffer
Director of Education
& Family Ministries
Ms. Jenny Curran
Church Treasurer
Mrs. Marian Scullion
Director of Music Ministries
Mr. Bill Webb, Organist
Mrs. Sylvia Hulbert
Handbell Director
Mrs. Carol Burger
Director of Preschool
Our Missionaries
Rev. & Mrs. Monty Taylor
Budapest, Hungary
Jim Hynds & Family
Campus Crusade for Christ
Sunday Schedule
Join us for
Reach! Contemporary 9:00 am
Sunday School 9:45 am
Worship 11:00 am
Nursery 9-12 am
Children’s Church 11:15 am
February 2015 Edition
The Season of Lent and Repentance
The season of Lent on the Christian calendar is forty days, not including Sundays. It begins on Ash Wednesday (February 18, 2015)
and ends on Holy Saturday (April 4, 2015). Lent comes from the
Anglo-Saxon word lencten, which means “spring.”
Lent is to be observed as a preparation for celebrating Easter. Historically, Lent began as a period of fasting and preparation for baptism by converts to Christianity, and then it became a time for
penance by all Christians. Lent is a season of soul-searching and
repentance. It is a season for reflection, and a time for Christians
to consider where we are in our relationship with God.
What is Repentance? Repentance is a turning away from sin by
changing one’s actions to obey the teachings of Jesus Christ. The
repentance process consists of feeling sincere regret or sorrow for
doing wrong, confessing the sin(s), asking for forgiveness, making
restitution for any damage done, and making a commitment to not
repeat the sin.
Hebrews 12 reminds us that as Christians, we are to strip off every weight that slows us down, especially the sin that so easily trips
us up. And, we are to run with endurance the race God has set before us. We do this by keeping our eyes on Jesus, the One who initiates and perfects our faith.
In Matthew 16, Jesus says to his disciples, “If any of you wants to
be my follower, you must turn from your selfish ways, take up your
cross, and follow me. If you try to hang on to your life, you will
lose it. But if you give up your life for my sake, you will save it.”
And, I John 1 reminds Christians that if we claim we have no sin,
we are only fooling ourselves and not living in the truth. But it also tells us that if we confess our sins to God, he is faithful and just
to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all wickedness. If we
claim we have not sinned, we are calling God a liar and showing
that his word has no place in our hearts.
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I participated in a weekend retreat once that had a special activity designed to help us repent of the
sin that was weighing us down. This exercise might be helpful for you as we prepare our hearts for
the seasons of Lent and Easter.
Take a moment and consider a specific sin in your life, a sin that God’s Spirit has been convicting
you to rid from your life. Write this sin down on the slip of paper. Fold this paper in half and hold it
in your hands. Close your eyes remembering that Jesus died on the cross for your sins. Remember,
as a follower of Jesus Christ, you are expected to die to the sin in your life, to turn from it, and turn
to Jesus, so that he might empower you to live for him.
Now, give your sin to Jesus and ask him to live through you by praying… Lord, Jesus, I want to die to
the sin in my life. It weighs me down and keeps me from living for you. I have written my sin down,
knowing that as I confess it to you; you will forgive me, and cleanse me. Lord, I want to stay clean for
you, so please fill me with your empowering Spirit, and help me to live my life for you. I humbly ask
this in your precious and holy name, Amen.
Now, as a symbol of your confessing and turning from your sin, rip up the piece of paper and discard
your sin, knowing that Jesus forgives you, and cleanses you of its unrighteousness. With a thankful
heart for God’s faithfulness in your life, look forward to the JOY of Easter as we celebrate the resurrection of our Savior and God’s promise of eternal life through faith in Christ our Lord.
May God bless you,
Pastor Todd
Not Too Early
to Think
About Easter
Would you like to help beautify the
Sanctuary for Easter
by placing a lily in memory of
or in honor of a relative, friend or
special occasion?
You may place your order by completing a Easter
Lily Form (located above the table in the office hallway or narthex) and attaching your payment of
$15.00 per dedication. Please drop it in the offering
plate or by the church office NO LATER THAN Monday, March 9th. Please indicate “Easter Lily” on
your check or envelope. The mission alternative to
a lily dedication is a donation to HUNGRIEF. These
gifts will be utilized to prevent hunger world wide.
You may use the same order form to indicate the
wording for these honorariums/memorials.
Volunteers Needed
REACH! Contemporary Worship Service
Every week at Bethel UMC, God uses the
REACH! Contemporary Worship Service to bless
members and visitors alike. We are currently in
need of new volunteers to help support this important ministry at Bethel.
Band Members – Musicians and Vocalists
Set-Up Volunteers – to help set up refreshments
and worship resources prior to worship
Greeters – to help welcome worshippers and
serve as worship assistant
Multi-Media Volunteers – to help with Powerpoint presentation and sound system
If you, or someone you know would like to help
in any of these ways, please contact Rev. Todd
Davis at [email protected] or
call 787-3058 or Thank you!!
At Bethel, we seek to honor God by
providing opportunities for all ages to
fulfill our mission of
Knowing, Loving, Serving…
so the World will experience Christ’s
love! We hope you will join us.
Mark Your Calendar!
Congratulations to Daniel on being chosen for Honor
Band & Jazz Band and Chris K. for making Honor Roll.
February 1
Souper Bowl of Caring
Right: Youth
warming up
after a recent
ice skating
outing to The
In Matthew, Chapter 28, Jesus tells us to “Go!”
Bethel Youth are following his directions as they
serve in through Missions. On January 31st,
Bethel Youth served at Harvest Hope Food
Bank. This summer, students will serve at
Salkehatchie & Immerse.
No Youth Tonight
February 11
Youth Sell Stocks @
Wednesday Night Dinner
February 14
Happy Valentine’s Day!
Below: Youth at a recent lock-in
February 20
Fun Friday!
March 21
Easter Craft Eggstravaganza
June 21-25
Vacation Bible School
To help cover the $250 expense of Summer Mission Trips, Youth are selling Stocks for $25 per
share. Each share purchase will receive an invitation to the Shareholders Dessert (date TBD)
where Youth will share their testimony about
their mission trips. Contact any Youth or the
church office to purchase.
February 27th from 6:30-8:00 pm
Bring a snack to share…..
Grab a friend &
come out for a
FREE night of fun
in the PAB!!!!
Pastor Todd will be our Caller!
BUMS January Event
Outing took participants to Cowboy Brazilian Steakhouse for lunch and The
South Carolina State Museum and Planetarium for a program and tour. Attending
and pictured below: Walt & Bonnie
Speas, Dan & Sarita Toma, Ron & Lucy Gordon, Lee & Suzette Wilson, Mary Ott, Elizabeth Davis, Barbara Harper, Judy Nicholson,
Velma Neeley, Cheryl Johnson.
BUMS February Outing
Tour of ETV
Lunch at McCutchen House
Friday, February 27th
Day’s Schedule
11:00 am—Depart Back Parking Lot at
11:30 am—Lunch @ McCutchen
1:15 pm—Tour of ETV Radio Studio
Registration - 2015-2016
We will accept registrations for currently enrolled
families February 2-6 On February 9th registration
will be open to the community. Registration fee is
$150.00 and an updated registration form can be
found and downloaded on the church website. For
questions, call the Preschool Office at 787-3089.
Annual Spaghetti Supper and Silent Auction
The dinner and auction will be held Thursday,
March 26 from 5-7 pm. If you would like to make
a contribution of a basket or item to auction, please
call Carol Burger in the Preschool Office (7873089). Contributions would be greatly appreciated!
We hope to see everyone there for a night of fun
and GREAT spaghetti!
Please complete the form below.
Return it to the Church Office,
or to Walt Speas or call him at 736-3068.
Deadline is Wednesday, February 25th.
Music . . .
Adult Choir Invite. Do you enjoy singing? Have you
ever thought about joining the Adult Choir? We get
together each Wednesday evening from 7:30-8:30 to
rehearse. It’s a lot of fun and you don’t even have to be
able to read music. We have a great group, but there’s
always room for more! Please call Music Director,
Marian Scullion, at 466-3673 if you would like more
Children’s Music Leader Needed. If you would enjoy singing with the children (ages preschool-2nd
grade) each Sunday at the beginning of the Sunday
School hour (from 9:45-10:00) please contact Marian
Scullion @ 466-3673.
For our loved ones . . .
New Sermon
Series for
Lent begins
February 22nd
In memory of Lila Rowell by Rebecca Bennett.
In memory of C. Lem Harper, Sr. by Mary &
Francie Neuffer, Caroline & Bob Borucki.
In memory of Beverly Chandler by Sue, Pam &
Penny McPeak, Brenda Shealy, Joy Sunday
School Class, Belle Dent Circle, Alma Atwater,
Beverly & William Salley, Linda & William Gillespie, Harry & Rosetta Hunter, Dan & Sarita
In memory of Bob Wayson by Betty Moore.
In memory of Eunice Turner by Charles Veach,
Verlon Stone.
In memory of John Thomas Walker, Jr. by Henry & Frances Kelly, Evelyn Smith & Family,
Harvin & Bobbie Land, Susan & Daniel Henderson, Stuart & Elizabeth Hopkins, Janel Bell, Lucy
& Ron Gordon.
Bethel’s Annual Garage Sale Set for
March 20th & 21st
We are now accepting jewelry for the sale so please
bring any donations to the church office. If you have
questions or would like to volunteer to help please
call Cara Davis at 661-9734. THANKS SO MUCH!!
News from the Kitchen
We have some good news to report this month.
The right oven on the stove has been broken for
sometime. It would not heat up to the right temperature. The repair was approved by the Trustees
in January so we now we have two good ovens to
use when needed.
Eight kitchen knives were sharpened recently. Red
tape has been put on the handles indicating “users
be careful” when handling them. A note has been
placed in the drawer with a warning.
There are two boxes of round and two boxes of
oblong plastic table cloths in the kitchen pantry.
Lately it has been noticed that the table cloths are
not being returned to the boxes properly. Please
take the time to wash, dry and fold them so that
the next group using them for an event will not
have a problem.
Wishing everyone a
Happy Valentines Day!
For centuries, Christians have set
aside the forty days before Easter as a
time for reflection, repentance, and
service for others. During Lent, Jesus’
followers have walked step by step
with their Lord to the cross, focusing
intentionally on the love that led him
there and on all he accomplished for
us in his Easter Victory. Join us as we
This Love is Real
This Love Changes Everything
This Love Changes Our Love for
This Love Changes our Priorities
This Love Change Each Today
This Love Changes Every Tomorrow
United Methodist
Men’s Breakfast
Next Men’s Breakfast will
be served on Saturday, February 7th at 8:30
am in the Pool Activities Building. The cost
is $3 per person. Reminder: Breakfast
meetings will be held on the Saturday before the second Sunday of each month.
Please mark you calendar and make plans
to come and enjoy a big breakfast and fantastic men’s fellowship.
The Christian Church has traditionally followed a four-fold worship pattern: Gathering, Word, Table, and Sending. Why do we include these four sections in worship?
One reason these four basic worship actions have remained constant in worship is that the Christian
Church has included them throughout its history. The earliest believers were Jews. Even after their conversion they
continued to attend the synagogue on the Sabbath (Saturday) to study God’s Word. They supplemented this with worship services on Sunday that celebrated Christ’s resurrection with the Lord’s Supper.
When the beliefs of these early Christians put them at odds with local Jewish authorities, Christian believers combined
these two basic liturgical gestures—Word and Table—into one service on Sundays. By the 3rd century the Christian
Church had added gathering and sending elements to the Word and Table elements to establish the basic four-fold worship service we continue to use today.
Another reason we continue to tread the same ground in worship each week is because these four movements provide a
balanced diet that nourishes a healthy Christian life. See how the four movements of the liturgy below provide a context for the way we live:
Gathering: God calls us. We see this most strikingly in baptism, in which we are grafted into the family of God. In the
same way that God calls us, we extend God’s invitation to others. We invite those who don’t know God to join us in
worship. We encourage our brothers and sisters in Christ to remain faithful in gathering. We create an inviting atmosphere for people at all stages of faith and from all walks of life.
Word: Christ calls us to live transformed lives. We gather around the Word of God during worship, in Christian education, in small groups and individually. We open ourselves to the Word to be renewed by our great Teacher. Some exercise gifts of teaching and preaching, but we all grow in our ability to become hearers and doers of the words.
Table: The Holy Spirit unites us with the Trinity and with each other. We have a visible reminder of this when we
gather around the Lord’s Table each week. We also experience this when we fellowship with each other and when we
commune with God in prayer and meditation. But intimacy with God is not something to keep for ourselves; we always
seek to broaden the circle to include those outside the church walls.
Sending: The Church is Christ’s partner in earthly ministry. We don’t exist to build earthly or even spiritual wealth for
ourselves. Instead, we exit the walls of the church looking for ways to serve both the spiritual and material needs of the
Bethel’s Traditional Worship Ministry Team recently approved a new Order of Worship for 2015 which will include
the Four-fold Pattern of worship below:
Our new Traditional Order of Worship will begin on Sunday, February 1, 2015. May God use Bethel’s worship to
shape us into faithful disciples, and to bless all who come to worship God’s Holy Name at Bethel UMC.
A Service of Worship for Ash Wednesday will be held on Wednesday, February 18, 2015 at 6:00 pm in the Sanctuary of
St. James UMC located at 3390 Pine Belt Road, 29204. The season of Lent in the church is a period of 40 days beginning on
Ash Wednesday, through Holy Saturday, the day before Easter. The traditional purpose of Lent is the preparation of the believer. Through prayer, repentance, and self-evaluation, we prepare to especially remember Jesus’ death on the cross for the
forgiveness of sins, the celebration of Jesus’ resurrection, and the Good News of God’s promise of eternal life to all who trust
in Christ for salvation. Ash Wednesday emphasizes a dual encounter: we confront our own mortality, and confess our sin before God within the community of faith. During our worship, you will have the opportunity to receive the Imposition of Ashes. Please invite a friend to join you to experience this special service of worship as we begin the season of Lent together.
First Family Promise Week
A Phenomenal Success!
On Sunday, Jan 11 we were introduced to our guests (mom and two teenage sons). The evening hosts
joined the family for a yummy dinner of baked ham, macaroni and cheese, mixed veggies, and banana pudding!! Many thanks to the talented volunteers who prepared delicious home cooked meals all week long,
as well as those who came in to run the dishwasher, and the UMM who prepared breakfast one morning.
Each night after dining with the guests, the evening hosts assisted the guests in preparing lunches and
snacks to take with them the next day, then retired with them to the education building for a little relaxation and recreation, enjoying the amenities of the youth zone and watching movies. One evening the mom
worked on completing online applications for jobs within the school district. Each evening, a team of two
overnight hosts spent the night serving as “innkeepers”. If you have never slept on the Bethel campus
overnight, from the sounds of things, it is quite PEACEFUL!! The overnight hosts expressed surprise at how
comfy the rollaway beds were. One overnight host made the comment that the overnight experience reminded them a bit of days spent living in college dorms. Several said that their experience as overnight host
gave them a better understanding of what these families are going through. All agreed that the experience
was much better than they had anticipated.
After a busy week, the guests were treated to a full breakfast on Saturday prepared by the UMM and spent
a leisurely morning in the youth zone playing video games and enjoying some “down” time. That afternoon,
the guests were taken on a “field trip” to the military museum, which was enjoyed by both the Bethel hosts
and our guests. Fun and fellowship was the theme of the day!
On Sunday, our guests concluded their week at Bethel by attending both the Reach! service and Sunday
Many volunteers commented on how personable and well behaved the teenagers were, and how much
they enjoyed spending time with them. The mother expressed how appreciative she was of the Family
Promise ministry, and the boys said they were glad to be in Columbia where there is more opportunity.
Huge thanks to all these volunteers, as well as the “behind the scenes” folks who moved beds in and out,
those who gave the rooms a “homey” feel, and those who laundered linens at the end of the week.
One volunteer summed up her experience, to which all agreed, “I feel like my faith life has moved up a level, as I’m practicing what I preach!!” While another noted “we are a witness to our faith by providing this
experience for our guests.” Our next hosting dates will be the weeks of May 3, August 9, and November 22!
Pictured above:
Pictured above:
Pictured above:
Boy’s Room in the Christian Voyagers S/S Classroom which was
looking pretty comfy!
Food Service Volunteer Team of
Judy Nicholson, Sylvia and Bill
Single Room outfitted in the
Joy Class where the Mom
called home for the week.
Bethel United Methodist Church
4600 Daniel Drive
Columbia, SC 29206
Prayer Concerns
As a family of faith we are called to be in prayer for one another. Contact the
church office or Iva Dell Griffin @ 782.5032 to be added to the Prayer Chain.
Monday 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Tuesday - Friday 9:30 am - 4:00 pm
For addresses or contact information (not listed in the church directory)
please call (787-3058) or email the church office at
[email protected]
Publication Submission
Members in Independent and Assisted Living Communities
Church Office Hours
The deadline for the Bulletin is 9:00
am on the preceding WEDNESDAY.
The deadline for The Messenger is
9:00 am on the 25th of each month.
Homebound Members
Fran Love
Margie Dent
Clyde Hasty
Betty Hulsey
Lillian Haller
Sarah Walker
Dot Miller
Marjorie Steadman
Irene Boyd
Philip Meek
Betty Harper — Summit Place, Daniel Island, SC
Harry & Sarah Parker — Still Hopes,
West Columbia, SC
Betty Shuler — Morningside,
Lexington, SC
Lawrence & Virginia Loveless —
Presbyterian Home, Lexington, SC
Helen McDermott — The Waterford,
Columbia, SC
Gladys Blackmon — Rock Hill, SC
Vickie Hill — The Waterford,
Columbia, SC
Margaret Campbell — Arden, NC
Elizabeth Christopher — Methodist Home,
Orangeburg, SC
Lois McNair — Beaufort, SC
Alma (Toddy) Atwater
Frankie’s @ Seaside, Mt. Pleasant, SC
Nettie Allen — Nashville, TN
Carmen & Dick Pool — Rice Estates,
Columbia, SC
Joyce Varn — Forest Pines, Columbia, SC
Eva Mae Nobel — New York State
Congregational love
and sympathy
extended to
Serving the Congregation in February
Greeters/Set-Up Volunteers (REACH!)
Sarah Walker on the
death of her husband
John Thomas Walker,
Jr. on January 16th.
February 1
February 8
February 15
February 22
March 1
Bonnie and Walt Speas
on the death of her
mother, Ruth T. Miller
on January 28th in
Marysville, PA.
February 1
February 8
February 15
February 22
March 1
Marion Wilson, Winda & William Stewart
Kate & Fred Brown, Brenda Shealy
Suzette & Lee Wilson, David Walker
Kimberly Hoover, Cora Jiles, Kimberly Wilson
Janis Lawther, Sara Derrick, Mary Ott
Charles Veach on the
death of his aunt,
Eunice Turner, January
22nd in Richmond, VA.
February 1
February 8
February 15
February 22
Tom Elliott, Jim Wilson, Furman Porter, Ron Jordan
Chuck Ward, Fred Brown, Kate Brown, Frances Cox
Frank Hafner, Sally Hafner, John Mathis, Anne Mathis
Bonnie Speas, Kimberly Wilson, Dianna Elliott,
Arnette Jordan
Tom Elliott, Jim Wilson, Furman Porter, Ron Jordan
Family Night Dinner
Wednesday, Feb.11th
6:00 pm in PAB
Spaghetti ($5 adults, $3
kids, $20 family max
Family Promise Update
February Birthdays
Coy White
Sarita Toma
Fred Brown
William Stewart
Debbie Carter
Margaret Alley
Kristen Burnett
Valarie Davis
Jordan Collins
Sid George
Bill Lawther
Bill Hulbert
Ashton Keiffer
Connie Fowke
Caroline Collins
Cara Davis
Wilhelm Elliott
February Anniversaries
02-02 Al & Debbie Carter
02-14 Bill & Sylvia Hulbert
02-16 Todd & Cara Davis
March 1
February 1
February 8
February 15
February 22
David Walker, Frances Cox/Kaye & CB Edwards
Kaye Landrum, Frances Cox/Kaye Landrum
David Walker, Debbie Carter/Diane Roddey
Kaye Landrum, Debbie Carter/David Walker
Diane Roddey, Frankie Grimm/David Walker
Sound System Operator/Back-Up
Brian Kelly/David Walker
David Walker/Brian Kelly
Abbie Bowman/Joe Weir
Joe Weir/Abbie Bowman
February 1
February 8
February 15
February 22
March 1
Christopher Walker/Brian Burger
Wilhelm Elliott
Mary Sydney George
Lindsay Conrath
Christopher Walker/Abbie Bowman
February 1
February 8
February 15
February 22
March 1
Todd Davis
Anne Mathis
Todd Mathis
Debbie Carter
Abbie Bowman
February 1
February 8
February 15
February 22
March 1
No Children’s Church (Holy Communion)
No Children’s Church (Scouting Ministry Sunday)
Martie Walker/Louise Smith
Martie Walker/Louise Smith
No Children’s Church (Holy Communion)
February 1
February 8
February 15
February 22
March 1
Mike Hellams, Frances Cox
Dianna Elliott, Debbie Carter
Frank Hafner, Ron Jordan
Ken Burger, Ken May
Mike Hellams, Chuck Ward
Janel Bell, Elizabeth Davis
Children’s Moment
Children’s Church
Offering Counters
Sanctuary Preparation
February Calendar of Events
Sunday, February 1
Souper Bowl of Caring Sunday
9:00 Reach! Service w/Holy Communion (PAB)
9:00 Nursery (EB-108)
9:45 Children’s Music (EB-101)
9:45 Sunday School (EB)
9:45 Reach! Band Practice (PAB)
11:00 Worship w/Holy Communion (SAN)
12:30 New Circle (PAB)
4:15 Handbell Rehearsal (CR)
5:00 Wolves (Hut)
Monday, February 2
Preschool Registration for 2015-2016
Currently Enrolled Families
8:30 Preschool (EB)
1:30 BUMS Meeting (CR)
6:00 Evangelism Committee (CR)
6:00 Webelos II (Hut)
7:00 Boy Scouts (Hut)
Tuesday, February 3
8:30 Preschool (EB)
1:15 Yoga (PAB)
6:00 Webelos I (Hut)
Wednesday, February 4
UMW Lunch Set-Up (PAB)
8:30 Preschool (EB)
9:30 Preschool Chapel (SAN)
10:00 Staff Meeting (CR)
2:00 Prayers for Bethel
6:00 Tigers (Hut)
7:30 Adult Choir Rehearsal (CR)
Thursday, February 5
8:30 Preschool (EB)
10:45 UMW Unit Meeting (Parlor)
12:00 UMW Lunch (PAB)
1:15 Yoga (CVC)
6:00 Disciple I (EB-NLC)
Friday, February 6
8:30 Preschool (EB)
6:30 Bears (Hut)
Saturday, February 7
8:00 Upper Room Prayer (CR)
8:30 UMM Breakfast (PAB)
Sunday, February 8
Scouting Ministries Sunday
9:00 Handbell Rehearsal (SAN)
9:00 Reach! Service (PAB)
9:00 Nursery (EB-108)
9:45 Children’s Music (EB-101)
9:45 Sunday School (EB)
9:45 Reach! Band Practice (PAB)
11:00 Worship w/Handbells playing
4:15 Handbell Rehearsal (CR)
5:00 Wolves (Hut)
6:00 Youth (Zone)
Monday, February 9
8:30 Preschool (EB)
3:00 Lina Ott Circle (CR)
6:00 Trustees (CR)
6:00 Webelos II (Hut)
7:00 Boy Scouts (Hut)
Tuesday, February 10
8:30 Preschool (EB)
10:30 Belle Dent Circle (CR)
1:15 Yoga (PAB)
6:00 Webelos I (Hut)
7:00 Sylvia Hulsey Circle (PAB)
Wednesday, February 11
8:30 Preschool (EB)
9:30 Preschool Chapel (SAN)
2:00 Prayers for Bethel (CR)
6:00 Family Night Dinner ( PAB)
6:00 Tigers (Hut)
7:30 Adult Choir Rehearsal (CR)
Thursday, February 12
8:30 Preschool (EB)
1:15 Yoga (PAB)
6:00 Disciple I
Friday, February 13
Preschool Student Holiday
6:30 Bears (Hut)
Saturday, February 14
No Programming Scheduled
Sunday, February 15
9:00 Reach! Service (PAB)
9:00 Nursery (EB-108)
9:45 Children’s Music (EB-101)
9:45 Sunday School (EB)
9:45 Reach! Band Practice (PAB)
11:00 Worship (SAN)
11:15 Children’s Church (EB-101)
4:15 Handbell Rehearsal (CR)
5:00 Wolves (Hut)
6:00 Youth Group
7:00 McNair Neighborhood Group
(Home of Ron & Arnette Jordan)
7:00 Hulbert Neighborhood Group
(Home of Margaret Marshall)
Monday, February 16
Preschool Student Holiday
6:00 Webelos II (Hut)
7:00 Boy Scouts (Hut)
Tuesday, February 17
8:30 Preschool (EB)
1:15 Yoga (PAB)
6:00 Webelos I (Hut)
Wednesday, February 18
Ash Wednesday
8:30 Preschool (EB)
8:30 Preschool Donuts for Dads
9:30 Preschool Chapel (SAN)
2:00 Prayers for Bethel (CR)
Wednesday continued …..
6:00 Ash Wednesday Service @ St.
James UMC
6:00 Tigers (Hut)
6:00 Stewardship (CVC)
7:30 Adult Choir Rehearsal (CR)
Thursday, February 19
8:30 Preschool (EB)
1:15 Yoga (PAB)
6:00 Disciple I (EB-NLC)
Friday, February 20
8:30 Preschool (EB)
6:30 Fun Friday (PAB)
6:30 Bears (Hut)
Saturday, February 21
9:00 K. Wilson Neighborhood Group
Sunday, February 22
7:25 Reach! Team Meeting (PAB)
9:00 Reach! Service (PAB)
9:00 Nursery (EB-108)
9:45 Children’s Music (EB-101)
9:45 Sunday School (EB)
9:45 Reach! Band Practice (PAB)
11:00 Worship (SAN)
11:15 Children’s Church (EB-101)
12:00 Holroyd Class Lunch (PAB)
4:15 Handbell Rehearsal (CR)
5:00 Wolves (Hut)
6:00 Youth (Zone)
Monday, February 23
8:30 Preschool (EB)
6:00 Webelos II (Hut)
7:00 Boy Scouts (Hut)
Tuesday, February 24
8:30 Preschool (EB)
1:15 Yoga (PAB)
6:00 Webelos I (Hut)
6:00 PPRC (CR)
Wednesday, February 25
8:30 Preschool (EB)
9:30 Preschool Chapel (SAN)
2:00 Prayers for Bethel (CR)
6:00 Tigers (Hut)
7:30 Adult Choir Rehearsal (CR)
Thursday, February 26
8:30 Preschool (EB)
1:15 Yoga (PAB)
6:00 Disciple I (EB-NLC)
Friday, February 27
8:30 Preschool (EB)
6:30 Bears (Hut)
Saturday, February 28
4:00 Cub Scout Blue & Gold Banquet