rec_shirt_backOur Recreational Ministry includes a wide variety of activities for children, high school students, and adults – from organized team sports such as basketball, baseball, softball, flag football, volleyball, and soccer to group fitness programs such as yoga, Pilates, and body sculpting.

The Christian Activities Center has an inside walking track, cardio equipment, a weight room, fitness classes, and an indoor climbing wall that is open to Mt. Bethel members as well as the entire community.

Christian Activities Center/Recreation Questions: 770.971.5280

Hours of CAC Operation:
Monday – Friday: 7:30am-8:30pm (subject to close for holidays and church functions)
Saturday: 9am-2pm


Rob Mickler

Susan Villanueva

Brian Bergius

Caroline Booker

Susanna Barnes

Recent Blog Posts

101 Teams Take the Field

Nearly 1100 children and youth hit the recreation fields this past Saturday to kick off the fall season!  Saturday’s scene featured lots of smiling faces and game faces as the spirit of good competition began for 101 teams!  Teams also submitted gift cards to the Recreation department’s seasonal mission project…

Recreation Donations Make Big Impact on Local Kids

Recently, the Mt. Bethel Recreation Department and Encounter Church of Kennesaw collected school supplies for Opportunity Knocks for Youth, one of our church’s local mission partners. OK for Youth loaded the much-needed school supplies into new backpacks and delivered them to the foster children residing at Devereux Treatment Center in…

A Great Run for the Thompson Sheffield Tournament

The Thompson/Sheffield Coed Softball Tournament was born in the Thompson Fellowship Sunday School Class one Sunday in 1993. We were looking for a “one-time” fundraiser to help improve our “Fields of Dreams” that back then were pretty rugged and in need of a lot of help. “What if we had a church-wide softball tournament…

Basketball Opening Day Pictures

This past Saturday marked Mt. Bethel Basketball’s Opening Day, as 540 kids across two campuses hit the courts running!  A lot of jump shots, jump balls, hustle, and competitive play were on display for game number one. Teams also collected gift cards for some of metro Atlanta’s less fortunate as…