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Bethel Baptist Deaf Church


The Deaf Church preaches God’s Word via ASL (American Sign Language), the native language of the Deaf. This includes using visual PowerPoint presentations and The Holy Bible in ASL (DVD’s). Unlike hearing churches, the Deaf Church allows the members to participate with questions and comments, to enhance their understanding of God’s Word. The Deaf Church is voice interpreted for those in the audience who do not read ASL well.


 Bethel Baptist Deaf Church


     3257 E. Cottonwood Road, Dothan, Alabama 36301


Where? Large New Family Center gym behind old Fellowship Hall

Park in front or back of Family Center


Worshipping Since May 17th 2015


Deaf Church in ASL with Lay Pastor Jerry Pearson

Every Sunday!!!


8:00am - 9:00am - Coffee Hour with OJ/Donuts/Bagels

9:00am - 10:00am - Sunday School in ASL with Robert Stewart

10:00am - 10:30am - Break Time

10:30am - 11:30am - Worship Service in ASL with Jerry Pearson

Voice interpreted for hearing persons.

Children invited to go to BBC Sunday School and Children's Church

Or sit with parents in Deaf Church


Special Sunday: Deaf church and Lunch

(2nd Sunday of each month)

Same schedule above but Lunch is added after Worship Service  

 11:45 - 12:45 - Lunch - Main dish provided - Bring dish to share


  Deaf Church Coordinators

Carmen Stewart (334-655-8300 cell/text only) (334-465-6212 VP)

Diane Pearson (334-464-1346 cell/voice)

Sharon Jones (334-714-7065 cell/voice)

Jerry Pearson (334-239-3616 VP) (334-954-8748 cell/text only)

Leaders and Coordinatorsresize Deaf church Group resize Jerry and Diann



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