Frequently asked questions

What style of worship do you have?

The overall feel of our Sunday morning worship celebration is encouraging and high energy.  Our Sunday morning worship service is blended in style to include hymns and more modern songs of faith.  Our Celebration Choir also sings during many of the worship services. The messages are relevant and applicable to everyday living.

What should I wear?

When you enter the doors of our church, you will find people dressed in everything from blue jeans to sports coats. Come as you are. We are more interested in who you are rather than what you wear.

How do I get to Beulah Baptist Church?

We are located at 9487 Garners Ferry Road, Hopkins, SC.  The church building is East of Columbia, and easily accessible from Garners Ferry Road, also known as Highway 378.
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When I arrive, where should I go?

You will find signs for guest parking when you turn off of Garners Ferry Road into our driveways. Park in the guest area and enter through the glass doors under the covered main entrance. You will find people in the foyer ready to assist you.

I don’t know much about the Bible. Will I feel uncomfortable?

Extensive Bible knowledge is not necessary for you to worship with us. On most occasions, the Bible verses that we study are projected onto a video screen so that everyone can see them and understand them.  Our pastors will explain the Bible in ways that we can all understand, and help us apply it to our everyday lives.

What do you have for my children?

We are blessed with many children and have wonderful programs and activities that make a difference in today’s children. More Info

How Can I Join?

Our objective is to minister to all people in the name of Jesus Christ, and everyone receives the same basic attention as those who join. Once you decide you want to be a part of this fellowship, you can become a candidate for membership.

Membership in this Church is open to all persons who have met the following qualifications for Membership.

 The qualifications for membership are as follows:

  • Personal commitment of faith in Jesus Christ alone for salvation;
  • Baptism by immersion as a testimony of salvation;
  • Attend a Discovery Dinner and/or meet with one of the Pastors;
  • Work to advance the Vision and Mission of the Church;
  • Agree to the Church Membership Covenant
  • Recommendation to the Church by the Pastoral staff;

After discussion with a member of church leadership concerning the fulfillment of these qualifications,
the pastoral staff will present you to the church asa member.