Bethlehem United Methodist Church
Thursday, June 04, 2020
Mission Statement: To give of ourselves so others may know Jesus Christ.
 Join us for this Weekend's Worship Service.
Find it (and expand to fill your screen), the bulletin and our weekly prayer list below ....

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Any changes and/or updates will continue to appear on this page as soon as they are determined.
Governor Wolf has transitioned York County into a YELLOW PHASE
  • Businesses can reopen in person, but must follow safety procedures. Employees should telework when possible.

  • In-person retail is allowed, but curbside pickup or delivery is preferred.

  • Hairdressers, nail salons and massage therapists must remain closed.

  • The 'stay at home" orders will be lifted, but precautions including social distancing and wearing a mask are still recommended.

  • Large gatherings remain prohibited, but ones under 25 are allowed.

  • Child care, including summer camps, may reopen with a written plan for worker and client safety. Youth, club and rec team sports remain prohibited.

  • Schools remain closed to in-person instruction.

  • Gyms, theaters, casinos, entertainment venues stay closed



In response to the Governor's recent announcement of guidelines for Pennsylvania care:
until further notice...
Our Weekend Worship Service will appear on this webpage every Saturday at 6pm
and will be linked on our Facebook page each Sunday morning
so that you and your family can worship the Lord with us as you remain at home.
At this time, our Common Grounds Coffee House will remain closed.
 Our Congregational Care efforts will also change, to comply with current guidelines. 
 Most residential and health care facilities are requesting that no non-essential persons enter their buildings in order to limit the spread and damage of the disease.  In support, we will temporarily suspend all home, nursing facility and hospital visits,
except in the case of life-threatening circumstances.  
 We do, however, want to remain very involved in caring for our members in this difficult time. 
PLEASE DO continue to call or email the church office, or Kim Piper (717-873-8150) with health and other prayer concerns.  
 We will reach out to these, and to our church family who are isolated, through phone, mail, etc.