Join us Next Friday for Family Movie Night! The Featured Film Will Be “Queen of Katwe” Living in the slum of Katwe in Kampala, Uganda, is a constant struggle for 10-year-old Phiona (Madina Nalwanga) and her family. Her world changes one day when she meets Robert Katende (David Oyelowo), a missionary who teaches children how
Join us this Saturday, June 17th, for Summer Car Wash, sponsored by our Youth Department! The cost for a wash is $10.00, and all donations are welcomed! **All proceeds to benefit the Youth Department**
Are you ready to lace up for the Faith Run? Join us as we get “On Course with God” in Vacation Bible School 2017! This is a free event open to all Beulah members and the entire Tuscaloosa community. All ages are welcome to join us, as we have something for the entire family! We hope
Join us this Saturday, June 3rd, for our first Summer Car Wash, sponsored by our Youth Department! The cost for a wash is $10.00, and all donations are welcomed! **All proceeds to benefit the Youth Department**
The Social Service Ministry will be showing “Get Out” this Friday, May 26th @ 6:00pm. Admission is free if you bring 3 can goods (per person). This is to kick off our “Canstruction” canned food drive that will benefit Temporary Emergency Services. Please see any member of the Social Services Ministry for more information.
It’s no secret that many young black American males face a disproportionate number of challenges that make it more difficult for them to successfully navigate life. Statistics on incarceration rates, education resources, family dynamics, racism and many other factors illustrate that young black males face an uphill battle. To help prepare them for the challenges
Beulah Baptist Church on Monday celebrated the opening of its new Van Ministry with a ribbon-cutting ceremony held at the church. The ministry was created to take people 65 years old and older 65 to their doctor’s appointments, the grocery store, drugstore and anywhere else they want to go free of charge. “We have a
Pastor David Gay has worn a lot of hats in his lifetime. For 30 years, the Tuscaloosa native worked at Bryce Hospital, becoming its first black CEO in 2000. From 1976 to 2003, he was in the Army National Guard and retired at the rank of major. He was the executive director of Big Brothers