GIVE

Your giving is an action that makes a difference in your own life as well as in the world. It is a response to God’s blessings. Giving is a means for you to participate in the work of making disciples. Through giving we live into God’s vision of a transformed world. Through giving we reach out to “the least of …

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NOTARY SERVICES AVAILABLE

Did you know that Belmont UMC has a notary public on staff? Angie Slade is a notary and services are offered to members at no cost. If you need a document notarized, please contact Angie (615-383-0832, ext 23) to set up a time.

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2018 STEWARDSHIP CAMPAIGN

Download the Biblical Stewardship Three Financial Paradigms brochure. As you contemplate God’s work in your life and our church, we invite you to use this Prayer guide. We invite you to prayerfully consider how you will support God’s work through Belmont United Methodist Church in the coming year. Your pledge enables our church to continue making a difference in the …

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HOSPITAL VISITATION TEAM

On Sunday, November 12, we blessed a wonderful group of lay people who are called to assist with visiting members in the hospital. Please let Heather Harriss or our Congregational Care Team know if you are going to be in the hospital or find yourself there unexpectedly. We want to pray with you and for you. Our hospital visitation team …

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WOMEN’S CENTERING PRAYER GROUP

On Thursday mornings, women are invited to join a centering prayer group in Heather’s office on the second floor. The group led by Kara Oliver, meets from 8:00–9:00am. For more information, contact Heather Harriss.

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“Jesus Loves Me” CD available

A few months ago, Christy Perkey, co-teacher of Parent and Child Music Group, had a wonderful idea—Belmonters creating a recording of songs of faith for the youngest church members, the newborns. The intent would be for each newborn in the church to receive a CD when he or she is born as a gift from Belmont so the child can …

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Reading scripture: Attending to God’s word

The Holy Scriptures of the Bible comprise the memory bank of our faith. From scripture, we remember who and whose we are as children of God and disciples of Jesus. Scripture reminds us of why we are and how we are to live. Like a work of art, scripture speaks for itself, inexhaustibly. We, the readers, bring ourselves to scripture …

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A note from Pastor Paul

Thank you for the warm embrace you offered our family this past Sunday. Connie, Lewis, and Caleb each remarked on how Belmont offered us such warmth, inclusion, and kindness. Thank you for walking over and chatting with our boys, asking about their interests and affirming them. Thank you for the cards and notes. We are humbled, hopeful, and ready to …

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