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Simplicity Sunday school class to offer new study

The Simplicity Sunday School class will begin a new study the first Sunday after Easter, April 27, and invites interested persons to join them. The class will read and discuss the book Jesus: The Human Face of God by Jay Parini.

If you would like to participate in this 8-week study, please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. so that a book can be ordered for you.  

The Simplicity class meets in room 223 and starts at 9:00 a.m. with centering prayer. Class discussion begins at 9:15 am. All are welcome.


2014 Belmont UMC Women's Event

Save the date! On Sunday, June 1, Belmont UMC will once again host its annual Women’s Event and all Belmont women are invited!

This year’s theme is “Embodying Christ in the Midst of ...” and our speaker is Tallu Quinn, Executive Director of the Nashville Food Project.  Lunch and the program will take place immediately following 10:30 a.m. worship in the Community Center on June 1 .and Childcare will be provided. Stay tuned for more details.


Children's choir will present "A Technicolor Promise"

Sunday, April 27, 10:30 a.m. in the sanctuary


Driver needed for Thursday morning grocery run

For many years, Belmont UMC volunteers have transported Leah Rose residents to Harris Teeter once a week to do their grocery shopping. A volunteer to drive the church bus is needed for two Thursday mornings each month, from approximately 8:30 a.m.–10:30 am. For more information, call Bob Hunt at 615-618-6860.


Love your neighbors by walking with them

Jessie, Ruby, and Jennifer

The Open Roof Ministry Team seeks some Belmonters who love to walk and to serve. We will pair teams of walkers with the ladies of Homeplace – Ruby, Jennifer, and Jessie. The ladies enjoy and need afternoon and weekend walks for exercise and spiritual refreshment. The walks can be near their home (on the Belmont University campus) or another safe walking location. Walk with a friend or take family members with you. The ladies usually are home from work by 3:00 p.m. during the week, and there is more flexibility on weekends (once-a-month, twice-a-month, or more frequent).

Homeplace is a residential community for adults with intellectual disabilities. It arose as an outgrowth of the ministry of Belmont United Methodist Church. Open Roof is a Belmont ministry dedicated to full inclusion of persons with disabilities and their families. For more information or to say “yes” to this new ministry, contact Rev. Pam Hawkins ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 383-0832, ext. 24).



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