RECEPTION

Jefferson Furtado has touched many lives in his three years at Belmont UMC. All of the Furtados – Jefferson, Linda, Sueli, Cintia, and Emma – have blessed us with their prayers, presence, gifts, service, and their witness. Please join us in celebrating Jefferson and his family on Sunday, June 16. A reception will be held in their honor in the …

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DEADLINE CHANGE

The June 23 issue of the Belmont News newsletter will be published early. Items for the June 23 issue (as well as the June 16 issue) will be due by 5:00pm on Tuesday, June 11. Send your articles, announcements, or calendar items for the newsletter to Angie Slade. Articles must be 150 words or less, in paragraph form and must …

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PROJECT TRANSFORMATION

PROJECT TRANSFORMATION READING VOLUNTEERS NEEDED Belmont UMC is committed to the following: PT has a wish list at pttennessee.org/wishlist and orders from the online retailer are delivered directly to the PT office. In addition, PT recommends books ordered from Sacred Worth and Edutopia. Please consider helping with these activities and participating in this rewarding ministry. Stay tuned for more information.

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Say it with flowers

Have you ever wondered how the beautiful flowers appear on our altar table every Sunday? Belmont has a long tradition of having flowers arranged by the dedicated members of the Altar Guild. This ministry adds much to set the stage for a meaningful worship experience. Please consider taking part in worship preparation by sponsoring the flowers. The cost for both …

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ENGAGEMENT PLAN

Belmont United Methodist Church is a community of Christ-followers growing in love of God and neighbor. We believe it is important to restate and underscore who Belmont is to our church and the community. Our Welcome Statement, adopted in 2013, is our guide. We are committed to leading with love, in response to God’s love, poured out for ALL. On …

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HERE I STAND: MESSAGE FROM PASTOR PAUL

We all love to be heard. James counsels, “Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak, and slower still to grow angry.” (1:19) Could our love be best measured by how well we listen? In addressing a Corinthian controversy, that is now largely a non-issue, Paul counsels, “Now concerning XY&Z, we all have ‘knowledge’. Knowledge puffs up, but love …

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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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