On Thursday July 19 at 6 p.m. Empower Chattanooga will host a free workshop at the Beth that will show you low and no cost ways to reduce your utility bill! Receive a free energy savings kit and get connected to programs that can do repairs like insulation, windows or HVAC units.
For more info call 423-648-0963.
Here’s a #throwback to a sunny day in our community garden! We’re so thankful for members of the community who are dedicated to helping us serve Alton Park. We couldn’t do it without you! #thebeth #wecanmakeadifference #strongertogether
Need something fun to do this Saturday, July 14? Come cheer on our preschool league at the Beth from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. for their last basketball game followed by an award ceremony. They would love to have your support! Admission is $2.
Check out our new blog about our Read to Lead teacher, Mr. Larry!
Tomorrow at 11 a.m. at the Beth is our Kids Pop-Up Camp sponsored by TechTown Chattanooga! This free camp will expose youth ages 7 and up to design, circuitry, robotics, and film. Children must have an adult with them. If you have any questions, please call (423) 362-7245.
Photo cred: TechTown Chattanooga
Our campers had so much fun at Big Soddy Creek last week! It was a perfect day to be out in nature. 😁🍃 #thebeth #jumpstartcamp #throwbackthursday
Thank you Barge Design Solutions, Inc. for supporting the Beth! Our kids are going to love their new swing-set and benches!
On June 30 at 11 a.m. this FREE hands on learning opportunity will give your child access to Design, Circuitry, Robotics, and Film! Parents must be present during the event.
On June 21 at 6 p.m. Empower Chattanooga will host a free workshop at the Beth that will show you low and no cost ways to reduce your utility bill! Receive a free energy savings kit and get connected to programs that can do repairs like insulation, windows or HVAC units.
For more info call 423-648-0963
Thank you Southside Council of the Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce for your support! With this funding we can expand our Emerging Leaders program and send our youth to camp Tikkun Olam. This camp provides several community service projects and field trips. Our youth will provide services to a variety of local nonprofit organizations, raising their awareness of the needs of people living in our community.
Don't miss this awesome opportunity for your child to learn about Design, Circuitry, Robotics, and Film!
Tomorrow from 3 - 5 p.m. don’t miss the Anchor of Hope lunch & Learn! Hear a discussion on how to make healthy living choices while enjoying a great meal. For more information call (423) 266- 1384 ext 1.
Today is our Digital Literacy Training provided by TechTown Chattanooga! Come to the Beth at 6 p.m. to expand your computer and internet skills for free! If you can’t attend today, come tomorrow at 12:30 p.m. For more information call Gloria Dubose (423) 362-7245.
You’re just a day away from becoming an excellent computer user! Tomorrow at 6 p.m. our free Digital Literacy Training provided by TechTown Chattanooga will help add to your skill set. For more info or to RSVP call Gloria Dubose (423) 362-7245.
Anchor of Hope Ministries will provide a lunch & learn on June 9th from 3-5 p.m. Enjoy a meal and learn how to make healthy living choices. For more information call (423) 266-1384 ext 1.
Interested in developing your computer skills? Come out to the Bethlehem Center on June 7 at 6 p.m. and June 8 at 12:30 p.m. for our free Digital Literacy Training provided by TechTown Chattanooga. For more information or to RSVP call Gloria Dubose at (423) 362-7245.
Read our latest blog featuring the Partnership Food Pantry and Karen Nichols, a life coach from Partnership for Families, Children, and Adults!
We hope to see you tomorrow at the Beth for our Girl's Day Out event! The tea party starts at 6 p.m. for girls ages 16-22. Topics of discussion will be women's health, digital safety, and more. Girls must bring a female parent or mentor. This event is sponsored by Chattanooga CARES (Cempa Community Care) and Centerstone Tennessee.
This month we have four star students! Cadence, Leyla, Lili, and Dana (shown left to right) are shining lights at the Beth! They are an example of true friendship. They love to dance, draw with sidewalk chalk, and be SILLY! Their favorite day of the week is Wednesday because of their amazing Bible study teacher, Ms. Susan. These girls are friendly and almost always smiling. We are so happy to have them at the Beth!
We’re taking applications for our Jump STArt camp this summer! Stop by the Beth to pick up yours today. Camp starts on June 11! For more info call (423) 266-1384 ext. 1.
Join us at the Beth on Friday, June 1 at 6 p.m. for our Girl’s Day Out event presented by Chattanooga CARES (Cempa Community Cares) and Centerstone! Enjoy a tea party for young women ages 16 - 22 as we discuss topics such as sexual health, abstinence, safe-sex, and digital safety from catfishing. Girls must bring an adult mentor. See you there!
Join us at the Beth this evening for some line dancing! Also learn about the new greenway being extended to Alton Park!
Congrats to our Transformers basketball team for winning the championship game against Elite RTB! We are so proud of them! #thebeth #championship #sportsprogram
We are always looking for volunteers who love kids and want to make a difference in their community! If this sounds like you, visit https://www.thebeth.org/3/get-invovled to sign up to be a Beth volunteer today! For more info call (423) 266-1384 ext 4.
Need a great summer camp for your child? Jump STArt Camp is the place for you! For 6 weeks (June 11 - July 20) your child will learn about science, technology, and art for just $120. Breakfast, lunch, and learning expeditions such as the Challenger Center, Nashville Adventure Science Center, and more are included. You won’t find another affordable camp like us! Need an application? Stop by the Beth today or visit our website at https://www.thebeth.org/106/adolescenteducationprograms Limited scholarships available. For more information please call (423) 266-1384 ext 1.
Our Wish List
Read to Lead Academy Needs:
- Paper Towels
- Hand sanitizer
- Small dry erase boards/dry erase markers
- Water bottles
- Montessori Materials -Find here
- White board with marker tray
- Bookshelf and two bean bags
- Tennis Balls for the chair legs
- Sanitizing wipes
- Hand held musical instruments
- Hot chips
- Drink pouches
- Paper towels
- Facial tissue
- Antibacterial wipes
- Board games
- Sensory tools (fidgets, weighted blankets, gum, fidget cubes--NO fidget spinners!)
Funding for Rachel and Gracie to attend TBRI in Classrooms Training
Food Pantry Needs:
Canned meats, fruits, vegetables & tomatoes
1 lb bags of rice or minute rice
Mac & cheese
Community Connection Needs:
Game prizes for adults
( journals, home decor, etc)