Programs

Give Faith. Educate. Grow Leaders.

The Read to Lead After- School Academy

Our after-school program helps children continue to learn, keeps them on track in school, and provides a fun and safe environment for them Monday - Thursday from 3:00 - 6:30 p.m. from September to May.

The Read to Lead Summer Academy

A 6-week adventure-filled summer that includes learning expeditions, science, technology, art, reading, and more Monday - Friday from June to July.

The Read to Lead Academy is for children in K - 8th grade.

** We're applying for a federally funded grant called the 21st Century Learning Centers! Hope we get it so that we can provide more services for our amazing children and their families! **

Learn More About the Academy!


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Morning Manna

Morning Manna is a safe-haven program that allows students to participate in recreation and a morning devotional while they wait for the bus Monday - Friday from 7:30 a.m. to about 8:15 a.m.


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Bethlehem Leadership Unit (B.L.U.)

B.L.U. is a leadership development program that challenges high school students (9th - 12th grade) to come up with ways to improve their community, city, and even other parts of the country! 

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Community Connection Initiatives

Twice a month the Beth will host fellowship events for adults 18 and older. These events include bingo, yard sales, cooking classes, faith -based luncheons, and more.

View Our Calendar of Events


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Bethlehem Sports Program

Our new sports program allows youth in preschool and middle school to be a part of a league that grows together and learns to trust and depend on one another. The program offers basketball and volleyball with hopes to offer more sports by Spring 2019. We also partners with local camps, such as the Alvin Kamara Football Camp, to give our youth as many positive enriching experiences as possible. 

For more information on how to sign up your child, call Demetrius Morgan at (423) 304 - 3891.





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Impact1!

“Impact1! reaches out to motivate Chattanooga residents regardless of their background.”

The program teaches men in the community faith-based life skills and light construction skills for 7 weeks. These men are also mentored as they strive to achieve their educational and vocational goals and are provided with employment assistance. Men with prior felonies welcome.

We are happy to host a part of this program at the Beth. 
For more information on how to get involved call  (423) 488-2347.



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Partnership Food Pantry

We have a food pantry co-sponsored by the Partnership For Families, Children, and Adults Building Stable Lives program! 

To qualify, call 211 or (423) 265-8000.

Partnership Food Pantry Operating Hours

Mondays :  9 a.m - 1 p.m.

Wednesdays (Seniors & Disabled Individuals ) :      9 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Fridays : 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

*For senior and disabled residents of Emma Wheeler Homes, transportation will be provided to and from the pantry on Wednesdays.*

Call 423-266-1384 ext. 1 for more info.

Food items needed:  

Ground Beef

Peanut Butter

Condiments (mayo, salad dressing, mustard)

Canned meats

Crackers (saltine)

Canned vegetables

Noodles

Dry beans (pinto, white, etc.

Rice

Spaghetti Sauce

Spaghetti

Soup

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