404-699-0648 bethelumc1@gmail.com

Bethel United Methodist Church

in Atlanta, GA

Service Times

Sundays @ 10:00am
(in-person and online)

Location

1215 New Hope Rd. SW
Atlanta, GA 30331

Sunday School

Sunday School @ 8:45 am via Conference Call
Children & Youth Virtual Connect via Zoom 1st and 3rd Saturdays

About Us

With a passion and zeal for the lost and hurting world, our church is looking for ways to build bridges to a cynical and jaded society.

We aim to take a different approach in reaching out and helping people along the journey. It’s very important to believe that you’re the one. We stress cultural relevancy and utilize all medias and means to communicate the church message.

 

Online Giving

We now offer secure online giving that enables you to give once, set recurring amounts, and choose the fund you want your donation to be credited to. Click the online giving button to give online or visit our Giving Page for more options.

Bethel Vaccines

Covid-19 Vaccines, Boosters & Flu Shots

Thursday, February 16, 2023
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Provided by the Fulton County Health Department

  • Pfizer Vaccine Only
  • Boosters
  • New booster available
  • Flu Shots $35 – Insurance also accepted
  • If you are getting your second vaccine or your booster vaccine, bring your Vaccination card

Worship

Join us each Sunday at 10 am in person or online.

Connect

While we are still limiting our in-person connections, there are ways in which you can stay connected during the pandemic.

We ask that you keep our church, our community and our world in prayer during this difficult time.

To send a message or prayer request to the church office, please click the button below:

Serve

There are plenty of ways you can still serve during this time:

  • Donate clothing or household items to a charity near you.
  • Donate food or money to a local food pantry.
  • Donate to UMCOR (United Methodist Committee on Relief)
  • Write cards to senior shut-ins or those in nursing homes.
  • Call a friend just to check on them and ask if you can pray for them.

Just because we are staying home doesn’t mean we can’t still reach out!