“Empowered by the Light to shine our light from Buford to the ends of the earth. Matthew 5:16.”
Bethlehem Baptist Church strives to be the lighthouse of hope in a desolate and sin wretched world. Our desire is for God to use us to be a ray of hope in our community and beyond.
“Loving God, Loving People, and Loving Nations
Jesus is at the center of everything that we do. From our worship songs, teaching, preaching, children, and youth programs.
We are committed to helping our neighbor in every way, whether physical, emotional, or spiritual needs. We are committed to a caring nurturing body that is multigenerational and multicultural providing community and opportunity to grow in leadership.
Loving the Nations
We are committed to touching other nations by giving, sending, and going. As a result of this core vision, our goal is to continue to grow spiritually and numerically. It is our desire to reach out to our community individually and through the various ministries of the church. And to continue sending out teams and individuals to the nations.
What To Expect:
Planning Your Visit
We are thrilled you have chosen to be our guest at Bethlehem Baptist Church. Simply stated, our mission is to be a group of disciples that gather together weekly for corporate worship, exalt the Savior, to equip the saints, and evangelize the lost.
Parking is located on either side of the church, along with designated handicap parking. Our greeter team will assist you with where to go, where to take your children, or with any questions you may have.
Our staff and volunteers provide loving care to your children and help them discover God’s amazing love for them. Each volunteer undergoes a yearly background check. Upon arriving, you can enter through any door and our greeter team will help direct you to our children’s area. A volunteer of the children’s ministry will walk you through our check-in process, get some basic information from you, and direct you to your child’s age-appropriate class.
What Should I Wear?
At Bethlehem, members and guests may be dressed casually or in their Sunday best.
As a Southern Baptist Church, we hold to what scripture says as outlined by The Baptist Faith and Message 2000.
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