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about Bethel Atlanta

Bethel Atlanta is a direct extension of Bethel Redding and as a church we have tapped into their full legacy. We are an apostolic resource center to the South and we have a passion for community, our city and the world. We are not only building a church, we are building a kingdom way of life. Our culture is characterized by worship, the presence of God, family, honor, revival, miracles, and healings.

"Here are kingdom revelations, words to live by,
and words of wisdom given to empower you to reign in life."

– PROVERBS 1:1 PASSION TRANSLATION

Service Times

Sunday services happen at 9:00am and 11:00am at Sandy Creek High School. Childrens Ministry check-in times are 8:30-9:00am for first service, and 10:30-11:00am for second service.

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Our Locations

We are currently in a season of being mobile while preparing to move to our church property. We have a few different locations where different events and gatherings happen.

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Service Times

Sunday services happen at 9:00am and 11:00am at Sandy Creek High School. Childrens Ministry check-in times are 8:30-9:00am for first service, and 10:30-11:00am for second service.

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Our Locations

We are currently in a season of being mobile while preparing to move to our church property. We have a few different locations where different events and gatherings happen.

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Testimonies

Testimony: Leg Grows Out

“Scott Thompson gave me a word of knowledge about having one leg shorter than the other at BASSM. My hips were out of place and that caused to make one leg shorter than the other. My classmates prayed for me and I saw and felt my leg grow out. I have had minimal pain in my back since then.”

– Mary Hollis

Testimony: Acute Myeloid Lukemia in Remission

“I was diagnosed with acute myeloid lukemia July 14, 2015. I receieved chemo as my situation and diagnosis was urgent. However, within two weeks I was in complete remission. In November 2015, I went through a stem cell transplant to “cure” the condition and to keep the cancer in remission. To this day I am classifiedd as “disease free.” I thank the Lord and Savior Jesus for my miracle and the prayers of the saints, including those form Dave and Theresa Croft who came to the hospital to pray for me.”

– Anonymous