Resized_20160731_185716 (1)4-H and Robotics Club

The “Lucky Charms” 4-H and Robotics Club meets on the second and fourth Saturday of each month, at Bethel Presbyterian. Children from 8 to 18 of age are welcome. This is a youth education program of the Mississippi State University Extension Service. Contact Reginald Boyce for more information:  901-490-0659 You may find the link to the form by clicking here 4-H Enrollment Form

J.O.Y. Group

J.O.Y. (Just Older Youth) Group

The Just Older Youth Group is the newest ministry of the Bethel Church. The J.O.Y. Group meets every other Wednesday for fellowship and lunch. Plans are in the works for day trips so watch for upcoming events. Everyone who has time during the day is invited to attend.


The Presbyterian Women meet on the second Monday at 6 p.m. of each month. All women are invited to study and are invited to fellowship.

Parents Day Out and Preschool
Parents Day Out and Preschool meet during the school year from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday. For more information, contact Nita Peyton.


First Presbyterian Memphis Soup Kitchen
The Soup Kitchen was started more than 20 years ago to provide a hot meal on Sunday afternoons to the homeless and hungry of Memphis. Prior to our Soup Kitchen, there was no organization that offered such a service on Sunday. First Presbyterian Church provides the facilities and the leadership while volunteers from churches throughout the Mid-South assist in the weekly food service. You don’t have to be Presbyterian to help in the Soup Kitchen; Temple Israel and St. John’s Greek Orthodox church send volunteers.
We currently serve an average of 150 men, women and children on Sunday afternoon. Twenty to 24 volunteers assist each Sunday. In addition to the hot meal we hand out hygiene kits containing the basic essentials and a few extras when our supplies permit.
The Soup Kitchen also sponsors special occasions like a Christmas Dinner where gifts of warm winter clothing and accessories are distributed. We also serve a festive meal on “Souper Bowl Sunday” raising money that will support our services in the coming year.
Room in the Inn
Olive Branch Food Pantry
The fourth of Sunday of each month, Bethel collects non-perishable items, especially paper products and cleaning supplies.
The Olive Branch Christian Community Coalition is a non-profit organization consisting of local churches and mercy organizations. The purpose of the OB3C is to equip area churches and mercy organizations to serve the mercy needs of the Olive Branch community and to coordinate help between organizations.