You're Welcome at Beulah!
We would be honored by your visit!
If you'd like to visit us on a Sunday morning for worship:
We meet at 11am EST in the sanctuary for worship. We don't have a dress code; dress comfortably! We sing a mix of hymns and more modern worship songs as well. Our pastor is an expository preacher, which means he preaches through passages of Scripture, and we "walk" through the Scripture together.
We have nursery for the little ones, and children's church for kindergarten through 2nd grade. However; all kids are welcome in our worship services, and you'll never be pressured to send your children to nursery or children's church if you're not comfortable!
If you're interested in our Sunday School groups:
On Sunday mornings, we meet for Sunday School at 10am EST. We have classes for all ages, including nursery for the tiny ones, and Sunday School for elementary school through high school ages. We have classes for men, women, and a co-ed class as well.
Our Sunday School classes meet in our annexes...the adults meet in the rear annex, and our kids and youth meet in the front annex.
Our Wednesday evening services:
Take place on Wednesdays at 6:30pm EST. We have a short worship service, usually a couple of songs, and we study through books of the Bible in a more intentional and interactive way than Sunday mornings. We're currently going through the book of Genesis. These services last approximately 45 minutes.
For babies through pre-k, we have nursery, and our K-8th graders are involved in Bible drill and scripture memorization. They play games, learn God's Word, and have a great time together.
While we are not currently serving food on Sundays or Wednesdays, we do have hot coffee every Sunday morning and Wednesday evening, so feel free to drop by the basement and grab a cup!
Where are we?
We are located at 1616 County Road 57, Muscadine, AL 36269. We are about 10 minutes from Tallapoosa, GA, and we are about 20 minutes from Heflin, AL.
Please note, in accordance with Governor Ivey’s “Safer at Home Order,” we are currently encouraging the wearing of masks in our worship services, and are providing masks to those who need them.