Programs and Services
CH Terrell Academy School
Adult Computer Education
After-School Homework & Tutoring
Food Clothing Pantry
GED Program Referral Augusta Tech
Senior Congregant Meal Program
Community Garden and Playground
Summer Camp Scholarship
Augusta Partnership for Children Teen Pregnancy Prevention
Social and Community Events
Annual Thanksgiving Dinner
Annual Christmas Toy Giveaway
SAMHSA HEALTH PROJECT Grant (10/2019)
Medical Associates Plus
NBCC SOUPer Bowl
O'Neal Insurance Father Daughter Gala
NBCC Alumni & Friends Goodwill Xmas
We are excited to partner with educators from the community to provide better opportunities for our children.
About the Center
New Bethlehem Community Center, Inc.
1336 Conklin Avenue
Augusta, Georgia 30901
Sheridan Glaze, Executive Director
A National Missions Institution of the United Methodist Church.
Our Mission is to be an extension of God's
ministry and to improve
the quality of life.
Located in the Bethlehem Community, we are a non-profit community based organization providing adult education and services for family, children, senior adults, and at-risk people in Augusta, Georgia. Our history began in 1911 when a Deaconess from Alabama was appointed by the Women's Missionary Council of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South to begin a social settlement for black people in the Augusta area. This was the first ever of its kind that was promoted by the council. Augusta was selected because the Methodist church had established Paine College to which the missionary council was already contributing funds. The doors opened for service in 1912. New Bethlehem opened in 2004 with that same passion and mission as the original Bethlehem Community Center.
NBCC Hours of Operation
Monday - Thursday 9:00am to 5:00pm
Friday - On-call
Grant Office Hours
4:15pm to 9pm
Monday - Friday
Saturday & Sunday - Closed
CH Terrell Academy
Monday - Friday 8:30am to 3:00pm
Celebration Over 107 Years of Service to the Bethlehem Community and citizens of Augusta, Georgia
"I have come that all may have life and have it abundantly"