FEAST OF LIGHTS

Click here to reserve your seat. Click here to reserve childcare. The Feast of Lights remains one of the most favorable traditions in our church’s calendar. This service of worship is led by Belmont UMC’s Music Ministry as a celebration of the birth of Christ told through the gifts of word and music. An in-person Feast of Lights service will …

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SURVEY

Click here to take the survey. Please take a minute to fill out Belmont UMC’s community engagement survey. We are eager to serve in the community and want to take an assessment of where we are and where we want to go as a congregation. Thanks in advance for your participation! 

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CHRISTMAS MIRACLE OFFERING

This year’s recipient of Belmont UMC’s Christmas Miracle offering, Tennessee Justice for Our Neighbors (TNJFON), serves a growing need in our community as more immigrants begin a new life in Nashville. TNJFON, a nonprofit organization, provides free or low-cost legal services to immigrants who are eligible for humanitarian-based immigration relief, advocates for immigrants’ rights, and educates the community about immigration …

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ADVENT

Becca Stevens said, “Advent is a cup of longing that we get to drink from.” Let us drink from this cup of longing together with these Advent activities as we wait and keep watch for the coming of the Christ child. Keep Watch With Me Study Join the study Keep Watch With Me: An Advent Reader for Peacemakers by Claire …

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NOVEMBER COMMUNION OFFERING

Our November Communion offering, which we will be collecting all month, will support United Methodist Student Day on November 28. It’s a day when we celebrate our United Methodist students and receive an offering to support scholarships for qualified United Methodist applicants. We are grateful for our students and their desire to fulfill their dreams. Our students are the future …

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ANTI-RACISM

Above: Vigil for George Floyd at Belmont UMC in 2020. Photos by Jerry Park Racism is a sin, and The United Methodist Church is committed to challenging the unjust power structures that support it and working for equality in all areas of life.    —Adapted from the Book of Discipline Anti-Racism Resources GENERAL COMMISSION ON RACE & RELIGION What is Critical …

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ALL SAINTS

In worship on Sunday, November 7, we remember and give thanks for the lives of members of our congregation who have died during the past year. We celebrate their continued presence with us in the Communion of saints—the community of all persons united in Christ. We enter into the Communion of saints at baptism, and we recognize this fellowship of …

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YOUTH PARTNERS IN MINISTRY

Over the course of the pandemic, the rhythms of some of our regular partners in ministry have shifted and we have the opportunity to welcome some new partners in ministry who get to journey with our youth as we grow in love of God, neighbor, and ourselves together. It is truly a joy to partner in ministry with our youth. …

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DRIVERS FOR YOUTH

Drivers needed for Golden Triangle Fellowship (GTF) youth! We are so fortunate to have young GTF Belmonters who are actively involved in our youth ministry. One of the primary barriers to that involvement is transportation, particularly on Sunday afternoon/evening. We have two primary transportation needs: 1) pick-up GTF youth from Antioch on Sundays around 3:30pm and bring them to the …

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