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!
Thank you Baylor School, Girls Preparatory School, and McCallie School for spending time with our students for #MLKDayofService! You guys also did an awesome job organizing and setting up our reading rooms :) Are kiddos are going to enjoy them so much!
#MLK2019 #thebeth #GiveWhereYouLive #Volunteershoutout
"Life's most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are you doing for others?" - Martin Luther King Jr.
The Titus II Woman Lunch & Learn will be at the Beth this Saturday, January 19! The topic is on how to better your faith and overall life. The event is from 3-5pm.
To RSVP please call (423) 362-7245.
Our favorite girl squad is back together again!❤️We’re so excited for another year of the Read to Lead Academy.😁
Merry Christmas! Enjoy this poem by our Beth staff member Jennifer Hewitt Johnson.
"Celebrating the True Meaning of Christmas"
(Christmas festivities are good, but God is great. He is the One we celebrate!)
The tree is lit up and the stockings are hung.
Presents are wrapped and loved ones have come.
We anticipate all the fun times ahead—
The laughter, the games, and our bellies well-fed.
But let’s pause for a moment to reflect on this time.
There’s a much better reason for our faces to shine.
God sent His Son to the earth to dwell.
We know His name—Emmanuel.
Angels and shepherds proclaimed His birth.
All heaven declared the Savior’s great worth.
As the years passed, the story did unfold.
It was just as Isaiah the prophet foretold.
The Son grew in favor with God and man,
All to fulfill His Father’s plan.
He preached the Word. He healed the sick.
He loved all the people wherever He went.
Then when the time came, He died on sin’s tree—
This is the way He sets people free.
In heavenly power, He defeated the grave.
He rose again! His purpose? To save!
So let us remember this Christmas morn’:
To celebrate the babe, Christ Jesus, who was born.
Thank you Synovus for your donation to our Partnership for Families, Children, and Adults Food Pantry! We appreciate you helping us keep our pantry stocked for our community.
Congrats to the most recent Impact1 graduates!
It's been a pleasure for Impact1 and the Beth to work with Corey, Dennis, Montez, Javontae, Ralph and Shuntae (the first lady graduate!).
We're looking forward to 2019 and new opportunities. Class 19 begins on January 17!
For more info about joining Impact1 visit http://www.impact1chatt.com/
Thank you The FEED co. Table & Tavern , 1885 Grill , and Tremont Tavern for supporting the Bethlehem Center! Because of your generosity we can continue our programs for youth and adults in South Chattanooga. #unitedwecan #makeadifference #sponsorshoutout
If you'd like to volunteer and help our Read to Lead students buy Christmas gifts for their loved ones, please preregister by emailing [email protected] Christmas shopping is this Thursday, Dec.20th at 10am at the Walmart in Tiftonia. (3550 Cummings Hwy). See you there!
Our latest blog by our Read to Lead after-school teacher, Ms. Keisha, is sure to make you smile! Check it out!
Here’s a #throwback to Christmas shopping last year with volunteers and students from our Read to Lead Academy! Can’t wait to do it again next week on December 20 at the Walmart in Tiftonia!( 3550 Cummings Hwy)
If you’d like to volunteer this year, you MUST preregister. Please email [email protected] to sign up today!
#tistheseason #thebeth #christmascheer
Thank you Unum for stopping by the Bethlehem Center to deliver donations for Partnership for Families, Children, and Adults! We appreciate your support for the community!
Don’t miss the NACA homeownership workshop and Community Resource Fair tomorrow at the Beth!
Learn the ins and outs of buying a house and learn about different resources in the community.
The workshop is from 10am -1pm, and the resource fair is from 2-4pm.
Lunch will be provided.
Must call (423) 362-7245 to register for the workshop and must attend entire workshop.
Chattanooga Police Department
Partnership for Families, Children, and Adults
Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise Platinum Recruiting
The Sophisticate Chronicles
Thank you Covenant Transport volunteers for taking the time to paint our bathrooms, clean classrooms, and make our hallway floors a fun and interactive experience for our students! We truly appreciate it, and we know our kiddos will too. #throwbackthursday #volunteershoutout #thebeth
Join us for our Community Resource Fair and NACA homeownership workshop this Saturday, December 8th from 10am - 2pm!
For more info or to register for the NACA workshop, please call 423- 362- 7245.
Chattanooga Police Department
Partnership for Families, Children, and Adults Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise Platinum Recruiting The Sophisticate Chronicles
Interested in buying a home? Need to know who to call when you need help?
Join us on December 8 from 10am - 1pm for the NACA home-ownership conference!
Lunch and a community resource fair
will be from 2-4 p.m.
Must call (423) 362-7245 to register for the conference and must attend entire conference.
Thank you to everyone who participated in United We Dance this year! We had so much fun learning how to Salsa, Zumba, and Line Dance with you! Thank you to our Emcee Donna Elle our dance instructors Gloria Dubose, BJ and the Forever Young Senior Steppers, Zac Landreth, and Carol Meredith. We'd also like to thank our volunteers and Giving Tuesday sponsors Praters Flooring, The FEED co. Table & Tavern, 1885 Grill, Crust Pizza Broad Street, Tremont Tavern, Our House Studios Inc, St. Elmo Deli, the Forever Young Senior Steppers, and Lillie's Hospitality.
Laura Soler Grody Jennifer Debbie Boggs Reginald Floyd Smith II Morgan Reeves Shari Jaciel Rachel DeVore Tory Worley Austen Crim Claire Overmyer Becky Hicks Mike Mitchell
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)