CONGREGATIONAL CARE

A beautiful way to stay connected with others is by visiting and calling members who are currently homebound. If you would like to know more about this ministry, contact Carolyn Primm, Chair of Congregational Care.

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ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD

The Administrative Board will meet on Sunday, March 31, in Parker Hall immediately following the 10:30am worship service. Meal reservations are due by Wednesday, March 27, and can be made online on Realm, by calling 615-383-0832, or by emailing Mark Hagewood.

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OPENING IN WDS

The Belmont Weekday School is a Tennessee 3-Star organization, licensed by the State of Tennessee. Please submit a cover letter and resume, via email, to the Director, Jean Voorhees.

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A MESSAGE FROM SENIOR PASTOR PAUL PURDUE

Right now our hearts range from breaking to furious. We lament in uncertainty. No matter our emotional state or the unfolding information, Belmont UMC’s resolve is fixed. We must be who God has called us to be as reflected in our welcome statement. No matter Belmont’s path, we must bear witness to the ways our denomination has done harm by …

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EASTER LILIES

It’s time to order a lily for Easter! This is a wonderful way to remember or honor a loved one. Lilies will be used to adorn the sanctuary on Easter, April 21. You may order lilies by stopping in the Iris Room on Sunday, March 24, 31, or April 7, or by calling the church at 615-383-0832. The deadline to …

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LENT SERMON SERIES

Perhaps nothing is more counter cultural than Lent. It begins with ashes and moves to the wilderness, foot-washing, the Lord’s Supper, and anguished garden prayers until ending at the cross. Lent speaks the unfamiliar language of redemptive suffering. Perhaps God’s grace placed General Conference a week before Lent, so we might remember Jesus who suffers with us and brings redemption …

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NOAH LISTENING CAMPAIGN

Therefore, NOAH is launching another Listening Campaign, to hear the issues that are important to all of Nashville in 2019. About 10 members of Belmont have been trained in conducting listening interviews (also called one on one conversations), and our goal is to talk to many members of our congregation in the next month or so to understand the issues …

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FOLLOWING JESUS

West End United Methodist Church will welcome renowned preacher, teacher, and author Bishop Will Willimon on March 30, 2019 for a time of learning and conversation. That Saturday, from 8:30am-12:00pm, you are invited to hear the Bishop Willimon’s thoughts on what it means to follow Jesus in fast-changing times in a growing city like Nashville. Click here to learn more …

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SOCCER VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

Soccer season began March 9. If you love soccer and kids, we have an opportunity for you! On Saturday mornings and Tuesday evenings during the months of March and April, Golden Triangle youth are transported to soccer practice. We need substitute drivers and soccer coaches. If you have children, bring them along to participate in the fun. You don’t have …

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