Annual Fall Meeting
with Elder David Crawford and Elder Chris Crouse
November 4th – 6th
Church picnic at Moss Wright Park on November 5th following Saturday services.
Should you have any issues with bandwidth using LiveStream, you can always just download the sermon via Podcast. Podcast is simply the sermon in audio format only. You can find all the sermons in Podcast format right below our Livestream section.
For those who have expressed interest in continuing contributions remotely, we have two options.
You can mail a check to our PO Box at
Bethel Primitive Baptist Church
PO Box 1225
Goodlettsville, TN 37070-1225
You can use our Church Venmo Account which is “@Bethel-Baptist-1”. We have several members currently using this method.
To see the updated prayer list and other private messages please visit our member’s area by clicking here.
Stay engaged in the Word by following our guided Bible reading plan.
Watch & Listen
We live-stream each service as well as archive past messages.
Members gain access to our private prayer request wall and directory.
We welcome you to our website and appreciate the opportunity to share with you some things about us. The word “Primitive” means Original or First. We believe the Bible and the New Testament, in particular, are a blueprint and guide for worshiping God in spirit and in truth in all generations (John 4:24). Our service consists of congregational acapella singing, prayer and gospel preaching. As you visit the website you will find our Articles of Faith and sermons that will help you know more about who we are.
Thank you for visiting us here and would love to have you visit us at Bethel Primitive Baptist Church.
About Bethel Primitive Baptist Church
The Church was established by Christ (Matthew 16:18) to be a home (on earth) away from home (Heaven) for God’s children. It is a refuge or sanctuary where one may receive spiritual comfort, rest and peace, and instruction in righteousness. The church was also established to give glory to God by Christ Jesus throughout all ages, world without end (Ephesians 3:21).