Mission Statement: "We are God's people, empowering inner-city youth and families to lead responsible lives by providing discipleship, education and leadership development."
More than 120 students will attend our Read to Lead Summer Academy. They're going to be exposed to art, welding, photography, chess, swimming and more, and we're going to make sure they continue to grow in reading and math. Sponsor a child for the Read to Lead Academy today, and become a part of the village that raises on child. www.thebeth.org/www/donate
Happy Thursday! Today we celebrate Beth Center student, Toyriec. This awesome young man is polite, smart and stylish. He's also a really strong reader. He is truly a delight to know. #TBT
Learning doesn't end when you're finished with school. Join us April 19 for “My Next Step” a class with David L Banks, Phd that will prepare you to move forward in your life, career, or schooling. Then on April 23 come to an educational health fair Bethlehem Community Center. To learn more visit: thebeth.org/www/cal/april/2016
Looking for a fun family outing this Saturday? Join us at Milliken Park for the Spring Fling from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Come enjoy free food and games, and sign up to vote with @greaterchattanoogachapterofjackandjill. #ItsAFamilyAffair
Just two more days until the Spring Fling at Milliken Park! Bring your family by on Saturday between 11 a.m. -2 p.m. and enjoy food, games, voter registration by Jack & Jill of Chattanooga, and more! #ItsAFamilyAffair #SpringFling
Happy Thursday! Today we celebrate Beth Center students that have graduated from the Read to Lead Academy. Way to go Keyonna, Dejuan, Jernisha, and Kenisha- we're proud of the young men and women that you are #TBT
Kids are more successful when people invest in their lives. In honor of our children, we want to introduce you to a new Chattanooga event calendar called Roundtown. If you're looking for something fun to do with your child or mentee, check them out: www.roundtown.com/chattanooga_tn_us#page=1&sort=time&dateRange=This%20Week&lat=35.04563&lng=-85.30968&z=10
Guess what day it is? #StPatricksDay
She could be a doctor, a lawyer, or our next president; what we invest in our children today will give them the confidence to invest in their own future. Sign up to volunteer today- this investment is worthwhile: www.thebeth.org/110/volunteer
The Bethlehem Center is succeeding at our mission! Sign up for our e-newsletter at www.thebeth.org to learn about the impact you're making on children and families in South Chattanooga. Thanks for your support!
Every young boy has the potential to become an astounding young man. All he needs is someone to help guide the way. Become a volunteer at :www.thebeth.org/110/volunteer
To all of you who sponsored, attended, and helped make the 2016 Breakfast of Champions a reality- thank you. #BreakfastofChampions
Music has been a huge part of the Beth. Come help us celebrate the man who started it all! RSVP at www.thebeth.org for your spot at our Breakfast of Champions, March 3 at 7:30 a.m., in honor of Willie Kitchens.
If you're seeing this post it's probably because you love children and you feel compelled to support them in some way. Join us at The Bethlehem Center tonight at 6 p.m. to support the youth by watching their showcase, “Songs of Deliverance”.
Get your kids excited about reading with United Way on Sat. March 5. #ReadtoLead #ReadAcrossChattanooga
Black History is HIStory. Join us on Feb. 25 at 6 p.m. for a Black History Celebration put on by the children at Bethlehem Community Center.
Your donation and support go farther than you know. Help spread along a smile! Donate today at www.thebeth.org/www/donate
We're grateful that CBL, EPB of Chattanooga, and other employers were moved to give their staff a day to give back. And thank you Walmart Chattanooga - Gunbarrel Rd for working to make the trip a success. Matthew 5:16 says, "Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven." So many people did that today because the 2015 Christmas Shopping trip for the Bethlehem Community Center students was stress free, fun, and about relationship. Thank you.
Today was amazing. 68 Bethlehem Center Students got to go Christmas shopping, and at least 70 volunteers showed up to help the kids shop. It was an awesome display of the kingdom of God because everyone involved spent time helping someone that doesn't look like them. More event details at: https://www.thebeth.org/www/cal/december/2015/event/515/christmasshopping
Awesome Christmas Concert with the kids yesterday. We're thankful for Rodney, our music director who lead the kids, for everyone that attended the concert, and for every child that shared their gifts. Merry early Christmas, everyone!!!
ATTN:From Dec. 14 - Dec. 24 Hope for the Inner City is having a Christmas Store at 1800 Roanoke Ave. The Christmas Store is an opportunity for people to purchase brand new gifts for their children at a significantly reduced price this Christmas. Sign up today!
Chattanooga Youth & Family Development Center is offering visions and job empowerment training for teenagers on Dec. 29 & 30 from 8:30 a.m. -4 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church Student Center on 554 McCallie Ave. Teens will learn about leadership/decision making, financial fitness, work readiness, and job employment. Apply at: http://www.chattanooga.gov/youthandfamily/career-development #InvestmentYieldsReturn