There's a place for you at our 316 Campus. Whether you're a Christian who is new to the area, or you're someone seeking answers about faith, we welcome you as you are to worship and experience the love of Jesus at Bethlehem Church 316 Campus. Know that on the day you choose to visit with us, it will be the day you're specifically meant to be here. We welcome you as you are. And we're glad you're here.
Times & Location
Thursdays at 7:00 PM
Sundays at 8:00, 9:30, & 11:15 AM
548 Christmas Ave, Hwy 11 N
Bethlehem, GA 30620
* Interpreter is available at the 9:30 AM service for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing.
What to Expect:
Bethlehem Church encompasses all backgrounds, ages, and demographics – from infants to senior adults. Whoever you are, you will be encouraged by our welcoming environment, passionate worship team, and an empowering message that is both practical and Christ-centered.
We invite you to come as you are, leave refreshed, energized and different than when you came.
Yes, you can expect the same worship and message experience as Sunday. Thursday is actually our first service of the weekend. You will also see the same smiling volunteer faces in the parking lot, lobby, and cafe areas, as well as in Children's Ministry (babies through 5th grade). Our primary environment for students (6th-12th graders), is on Wednesday nights. We also have our Middle School environment available on Sunday mornings during all service times. Students are invited to serve in one of our ministry environments or sit in the service with parents on Thursday nights.
Most people dress with casual clothing; feel free to wear what makes you feel prepared for worship.
No, you are not expected to give. Give according to what the Lord leads you to. To give, please visit our giving page at http://bethlehemchurch.us/give
Kyle is a husband, father, pastor, and golfer wannabe. Born and raised in Lawrenceville, GA, he’s a graduate of Georgia College and State University. Before joining Bethlehem’s staff in March 2019, Kyle was a part of the local church for 14 years where he served as both a Worship Pastor and Campus Pastor. Kyle and his wife, Tiffany, met in college and have been married since May, 2004. Together, they have 3 children, Cohen, Leyton, and Asher. Kyle is into running, building things, his kids’ sports, and hanging with his family. He is passionate about serving others and helping them develop and achieve their God-given potential.