Due to inclement weather, our Easter event has been moved to Saturday, April 27th from 2-4pm.
We apologize for any inconvenience!
We invite you and your family to our Easter event on Saturday, April 13 from 2-4 pm. Enjoy an egg hunt, Noah's Little Ark petting zoo, and more!
If you would like to donate candy or plastic eggs, feel free to drop them off at the Beth during our open hours from 9 a.m.- 6 p.m. Please no chocolate!
Our Beth students, along with other students from the community, spent their spring break bonding and facing their fears!
Have you bought your ticket for our comedy showcase yet? Don't wait! Purchase your ticket today and help support our Read to Lead Academy.
Today is the last day to preorder lunch from Panera Bread for the Empowered to Connect Conference on April 5 & 6!
Click below and place your order and register for this awesome conference today!
Say hello to Danea, our new Star Student!
Danea is a sweet girl who makes her teacher so proud! She is helpful, loving, and dedicated to her work. In her free time, she enjoys writing, playing with her sister, and shopping at the mall. Danea’s teacher acknowledges her good listening skills and positive attitude!
"...Asia, one of our B.L.U. students, scaled the side of a rock wall with nothing but a harness and rope being held by a camp counselor at the bottom. Her fellow campers gathered around, chanting her name. She pulled herself up onto the platform as another counselor hooked her to a new rope that would send her soaring through the air..."
Click below to read more about Asia's experience at Camp Lookout!
Thank you volunteers from Trinity United Methodist Church, Homewood for helping organize and declutter the Bethlehem Center.
We appreciate you!
Our Comedy Showcase will be here before you know it! Come out to The Camp House on April 12 and have a laugh with comedians Laura West, Ethan McFall, Davis Wesson, and a group from Improv Chattanooga! Proceeds from the evening will support our Read to Lead Academy. Purchase your ticket here: bethcomedyshowcase.eventbrite.com
Do you work with children who come from hard places? The Empowered to Connect Conference is perfect for social workers, teachers, church staff, adoptive and foster parents, and agency professionals. You'll learn Trust-Based Relational Intervention methods that will allow you to better serve these children.
Register at www.thebeth.org/empoweredtoconnect today!
Thank you Christ Church for your donation to the Partnership Food Pantry! (Partnership for Families, Children, and Adults) It's so important for us to have sugar free and low sodium food options for our diabetic community members. Thank you for making sure that we have these items!
We hope to see you tomorrow at the Titus II Women Lunch & Learn here at the Beth! The event starts at 3 pm and Rivers of Living Water Christian Center will provide a delicious meal followed by an inspiring message.
Thank you to everyone who came to the Breakfast of Champions this morning! We had a wonderful time celebrating the Alpha Circle - United Methodist Women.
Moody Radio Chattanooga Tyner United Methodist Church Ooltewah UMC
Have you RSVP'd for the Breakfast of Champions yet? There's still time! Register today and help us celebrate the Alpha Circle - United Methodist Women this Thursday, March 14 at 7:30 am.
Don't miss the FREE six-week class on how to prevent and manage chronic diseases at the Beth! The class starts tomorrow at 12pm and will be every Thursday.
Call (423) 362-7245 to Rsvp today!
Thank you Foodcity (St. Elmo location) for your donation of $2,000 in gift cards for our Partnership Food Pantry! (Partnership for Families, Children, and Adults)
We are thrilled to share your generosity with the Alton Park Community.
Say hello to our Star Student of the Month, Detorious!
Detorious is a spirited boy who always keeps the staff on their toes! He is helpful, determined, and dedicated to his work and friendships. In his free time he enjoys eating, playing, and laughing with his friends. Detorious’s teachers acknowledge his maturity and are so proud of him!
Check out our latest blog by our intern, Marie!
"...I was originally assigned to work with the middle schoolers, known as the Butterflies. I have a very close connection with each one of them. I’m aware of what they like, dislike, what intrigues them, and even the way they speak (because most times they like to speak in codes, lol). During my time with them, I have strongly bonded with one special girl in particular named Quinntazia..."
Click the link to read more! https://www.thebeth.org/www/blog/viewpost/50/special-moments-at-the-beth
Support the Beth this Saturday, February 23 from 11am -4pm at Barnes & Noble! (2100 Hamilton Pl Blvd.) Enjoy a book signing with local authors and story time and crafts for your children. A portion of all purchases (except for the Nook) will benefit our Read to Lead Academy! All you have to do is mention the Beth to your cashier. See you there!
Join us at the Beth this Monday, February 18 at 6pm for UTC's Medical Career Open House! Meet with instructors, learn about different career options, and more!
No high school diploma or GED required!
You can register for UTC's medical program at www.utc.edu/medical-courses
Please call (423) 425-4344 for more information.
UTC will provide an open house on Feb. 18 at 6pm at the Beth for anyone interested in a medical career. Careers include phlebotomy, medical billing, pharmacy tech, and more!
You will also meet with instructors, learn about funding, and network with employers.
No high school diploma or GED required!
You can register at www.utc.edu/medical-courses
Please call (423) 425-4344 for more info.
Join us on Saturday, Feb. 16 for our Titus II Woman Lunch & Learn as we watch the movie "War Room". Afterwards we'll discuss the importance of prayer and how it can benefit our lives. The event starts at 3pm. See you there!
Support the Beth on February 11 by enjoying a meal at Texas Roadhouse (Hixson location)from 4 - 8 pm! 10% of proceeds will benefit our programs for youth and adults. Show this flyer to your server the night of event in order for your meal to support the Beth!
Read our latest blog written by our social work intern, Grace!
"...Coming into this internship, I thought I knew what it meant to put myself in someone else’s shoes. Then I met a little girl named Jamariya. She lives near the Beth with her mom and siblings. If anyone has a reason to feel like a victim, it’s her. Jamariya comes from a single-parent, low-income household, and lives in a notoriously high-risk neighborhood for crime. However, after spending time in the Eggs classroom (our K - 1st graders), I realized that she is one of the best students in her class..."
Say hello to our newest Star Student, Shatorria!
Shatorria is a sweet girl who consistently makes the staff proud of her growth. She's always a helping hand to her teachers and it never goes unnoticed! In her free time, she enjoys eating, dancing, and talking to friends. We are so happy to have Shatorria with us at the Beth!
Our Wish List
Read to Lead Academy Needs
- Paper Towels
- Small dry erase boards/dry erase markers
- Water bottles
- Montessori Materials -Find here
- bean bags
- Sanitizing wipes
- Hot chips
- Drink pouches
- Paper towels
- Facial tissue
- Antibacterial wipes
- Sensory tools (fidgets, weighted blankets, gum, fidget cubes--NO fidget spinners!)
- Peanut butter
- Canned meats, fruits, and vegetables
- Sugar free items
- Low sodium items
Community Connection Needs:
- Game prizes for adults ( journals, home decor, etc)