Mission Statement: "We are God's people, empowering inner-city youth and families to lead responsible lives by providing discipleship, education and leadership development."
A community is only as strong as the work you're willing to put into it. Read our new blog on 4 ways to accept those who are different from you so that you can continue making a positive impact.
We couldn't be prouder of our Read to Lead students and their desire to learn. These smiling faces are just a few of many who benefit from your generous donations and volunteering. Thank you for helping us make a difference.
We are partnering with Progressive Youth to provide a basketball camp called Pound the Pavement for boys 11-17 years old. Spread the word to your family and friends!
Fall in Love with Swing @The Beth Center tonight until 7 p.m. Come on out and help us raise money for Ballet at the Beth. $10 per person and child care is provided! Details in our event page!
Fall into Swing event getting ready to happen.....tonight! Please join us and help support The Bethlehem Center programs
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The Beth is dedicated to empowering our students to believe that they can accomplish whatever they put their minds to. All they need is someone to encourage them. How are you encouraging those around you today?
Looking for a fun way to make an impact in your community? Become a Beth volunteer today!
The Beth exist to ensure that every child has the opportunity to better his or her future. If you would like to help make a difference, follow the link to learn about how to get involved today. https://www.thebeth.org/3/get-invovled
We have a new blog post! Check out “ What a Child Needs” to get an inside look into one of our Read to Lead classrooms. This blog is sure to grab your heart.
Thank you for everyone's support during 2016! You all have helped the Bethlehem Center positively impact our community through your volunteering and donations. We are excited to work with you and make a difference in 2017.
The Bethlehem Center wishes you and your loved ones a merry Christmas! May you be reminded of the true meaning of Christmas, and may God's love and peace carry you into the new year.
Thank you to all the volunteers who helped our students with their Christmas shopping this afternoon! You truly made a difference.
Bethlehem Center Shopping Day.....students had so much fun! Thanks to all of our wonderful volunteers, teachers and Walmart for their help too...
Thanks to everyone that came to the student Christmas program last night! The kids had a blast singing and dancing for their family and friends. It was a perfect ending to the fall term of the Read to Lead Academy.
Throwback to #UnitedWeDance! Such a fun night of dancing. Keep your eyes open for news on our next dance event coming up in the beginning of the new year!
Are you still trying to find the perfect Christmas gift? Check out our new blog post, "Christmas Gifts Made Easy: In Four Simple Steps", to learn how to make your own dictionary print art! Follow the link below for a quick and fun DIY your loved ones are sure to love.
We had over 50 amazing kids in our Read to Lead Academy this fall and the Lord is constantly giving us wisdom about the best tools to help them be successful: Christ, a well-rounded education, and caring adults to walk alongside them. As part of our concern to give students a well-rounded education, our educational coordinator Rachel DeVore took several of our students to the Bessie Smith Cultural Center where they saw some awesome exhibits and had a great time. Afterward, they had a yummy meal with Mrs. DeVore, her husband, and a few other chaperones at Community Pie and the restaurant paid for our students meals!! We just wanted to share this news and thank everyone who helps make opportunities like this possible. Thanks Bessie Smith Cultural Center! Thanks Community Pie! Grace & peace in Christ, The Beth
Looking for a way to give back this Christmas ? Volunteer Tuesday, December 19th and help a Beth student buy Christmas gifts for their loved ones. The time you spend with our kids will mean the world to them. To sign up to volunteer please visit the link below.
It's round two for the Tri-Octaves Christmas concert! Hurry over to Christ UMC in East Brainerd for some great music and laughter.
Such an amazing performance by Mr. Doug at the Tri-Octaves Christmas concert. #TheBeth #TriOctaves #Christmas
Meet Jamie, she's a member of the Voices of Bethlehem choir. VOB is an elective that students who are interested in music CHOOSE to participate in after school. We teach them how to sing and take them to perform all over the city. Watch Jamie perform with other students from the Beth at the Tri-Octaves Christmas concert at Christ Church on Dec. 2nd 2016 at 7 p.m. & Dec. 3rd 2016 at 6 p.m. Just follow the link in our bio to the events calendar at the bottom of our homepage for more details. #TheBeth