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Bethany is a Community of Justice and Peace serving
the needs of people on their spiritual journey.
No Matter Who You Are or Where You are on Life's Journey
You are Welcome Here
We are all one, unified in Jesus Christ, and we believe that we are called as Christians to be a Community of Peace and Justice.
Therefore, in the Spirit, we the members of Bethany United Church of Christ declare ourselves to be an Inclusive Church, open and accepting of all people without qualification including persons of any race, sex, age, nationality, marital status, physical or mental ability, economic status, political affiliation, sexual orientation, or gender identity, and open and accepting of all family units including traditional, single parent, divorced, never married, same-sex, parents of LGBT, bi-racial or multi-racial.
We affirm the worth and dignity of all persons, just as Christ accepted all people he encountered. We believe that God's wondrous and inclusive love, Christ's church, and the Spirit's power are for all people, and that no matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, you are welcome here.
We invite all who share in this vision to join us in the full life, membership, leadership, employment, and ministries of this Church as we strive to work for peace and justice for all of God's people.
We are members of the Western North Carolina Association of the UCC Southern Conference
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Bethany UCC is handicap accessible
with both a ramp and stair-chair for easy access to
our sanctuary and fellowship hall.
OTHER NEWS AT BETHANY:
BETHANY ADOPTS NEW INCLUSIVE STATEMENT (SEE ABOVE)
NEW FAITH FORMATION CLASSES BEGIN
ADULT DISCUSSION, SUNDAY MORNINGS AT 9:30 AM AN EPIPHANY STUDY
MONDAY EVENING BIBLE STUDY 6:30 PM THE MINOR PROPHETS
Check the "CALENDAR TAB" for other events
Sunday at 9:30 a.m.
Adult Sunday Discussion Group
Sunday 10:30 a.m.
Young Disciple Time
Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
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This website is dedicated
to the memory of
Terry Michael Killian
(7/22/1953 – 8/29/2010)
His generous donation and continuing support
from his family provide funding for our web ministry.