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No 8:15 a.m. worship service on October 11

On the morning of Sunday, October 11, there will only be two worship services at Belmont UMC. We will have the 10:30 a.m. service of worship in the sanctuary and the 10:30 a.m. worship service (in Karen, English, and Thai)in the Community Center. There will not be an 8:15 a.m. service of worship in the chapel since so many Belmonters will be attending and worshiping at the All Church Retreat.


Red Bird Christmas

The Red Bird area of Kentucky is deep in the Appalachian Mountains where there is little employment opportunity, extreme poverty, and three of the poorest counties in the US. Also this is the home of the United Methodist Red Bird Mission, a center which includes a school, clinic, church, senior center, outreach center, and much more. One of its many programs is to provide Christmas boxes for over 500 children who would otherwise have little or nothing at all during the holidays.  To help, Belmont UMC will be collecting  basketballs, children’s books, and board games (other than Monopoly), today and next Sunday, October 18. Look for a collection box in the foyer.


Visual prayers: Meditating on the stories of Belmont UMC's stained glass windows

The stained glass windows in our sanctuary not only tell a Biblical story, but also a story of the saints of Belmont UMC. A series that will meditate on the windows and their stories begins on Wednesday, September 30, at 6:00 p.m. in room 124 and will continues and will be every other Wednesday for four sessions (September 30, October 14 and 28, and November 11).

Wednesday, October 14 - Hugh and Sally Wright, were editors for the Belmont UMC booklet, Our Story in Symbols. Hugh Wright will provide a meditation on the stained glassed windows that are dedicated to individuals "in memory of".  Sally and Hugh will provide a presentation about the windows which are dedicated "in memory of" and information about the windows.

Wednesday, October 28 - Mary Beth Franklyn will provide a meditation and presentation on the stained glass window that represents Jesus and the Samaritan woman at the well. This Biblical account is proclaimed in John 4:7–30.

Wednesday, November 11 - Bob Kohler will provide a meditation an presentation on the stained glass window that represents Jesus and the young ruler. This Biblical account is proclaimed in Luke 18:18 – 25.

Photo by Mike DuBose


"Glitter and Grace"

Join us on Wednesday, October 14, for Glitter and Grace, led by Ellen Haber. Come tap into your stored creativity in a time of spiritual renewal and crafting fun. Adults of all ages and crafting experience are welcome. Join us at 6:10 p.m. in room 201.



View your financial giving records online through Access ACS

Third quarter financial giving statements will be emailed or mailed soon, but there is no longer any need to wait for quarterly statements. You can now see your up-to-date giving and pledge information at any time through our Access ACS website. If you haven’t yet signed up for an account, you can do so at Remember that you can also look up member contact info, register for church events, and explore volunteer opportunities through the site as well. If you have any questions, contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (615-383-0832, ext 16).




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