Transforming the community one family at a time
"We are God's people empowering inner-city youth and families to lead responsible
lives by providing discipleship, education, and leadership development."
The Beth is proud to be a part of the 2020 Combined Federal Campaign! If you or your organization are also apart of CFC and would like to support the Beth, you can give here and use our CFC# 95275
Who We Are:
What We Do:
Read to Lead Academy
The Read to Lead Academy is an after-school and summer program that provides youth (k - 8th grade) with a safe place to grow academically, socially, emotionally, and spiritually.
The academy also incorporates Social - Emotional Learning techniques to help students express and manage emotions, resolve conflict, and establish healthy relationships.
Community Connection Initiatives
The mission of Community Connection Initiatives is to inspire and advocate for adults in our community through education, leadership, and spiritual development.
We accomplish this through our community garden and market and programs like Faith & Finances.
Partnership Food Pantry
Our pantry is co-sponsored by the Partnership for Families, Children, and Adults Building Stable Lives program. Before opening the food pantry in October 2017, parts of our community were considered a food desert.
Now our pantry serves the 37410 zip code area including Alton Park, Emma Wheeler Homes, Piney Woods, and Oak Hills.
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COVID-19 Relief Efforts Needs
Read to Lead Academy:
- Snack-size baggies
- Aluminum foil
- Healthy chip alternatives
- Snack bars, crackers, raisins, etc.
- Any item for a typical sack lunch
- Coloring books
- Activity books
Community Connection (For Seniors and Families)
- Hand soap
- Empty spray bottles
- 70% proof rubbing alcohol
- Canned goods, including low sodium canned goods
- Sugar free/Gluten free foods
Partnership Food Pantry: