EKAMBARAM MCGUIRE CONCERT

On Sunday, November 17, at 2:30 p.m. Sangeetha Ekambaram (classical soprano and member of Belmont UMC’s Sanctuary Choir) and Jennifer McGuire (piano) are thrilled to present a beautiful and varied concert at Belmont UMC. This program will take the audience on an emotional journey through poetry, dramatic scenes, and a rich diversity of musical styles. Sangeetha chose her favorite songs …

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UMW HOLIDAY SALE

Purchasing Equal Exchange fairly traded items supports and empowers third world farmers who otherwise do not receive a fair price for their crops because of conglomerates who can control pricing. Rahab’s Hope is a non-profit providing help to victims of Human Trafficking. By purchasing products from Rahab’s Hope you are embracing, equipping and empowering the women and children they serve. …

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HOWARD THURMAN STORY

On November 18, 2019, Vanderbilt Divinity School, The Upper Room, and the Kelly Miller Smith Institute on Black Church Studies will celebrate Howard Thurman’s 120th birthday with a public screening of the documentary, Backs Against the Wall: The Howard Thurman Story, a film by Martin Doblmeier. Following the screening, Amy E. Steele, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs and Community Life, …

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CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS

Once again, Belmonters have the opportunity to provide filled Christmas stockings for young Grundy County children in the Beersheba Springs community. Grundy County is one of Tennessee’s poorest counties and most of these children will not have another opportunity to experience the joy of this special season. If you, your children, or your grandchildren would like to fill one or …

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HEARTS HANDS VOICES

Click here to pledge online through Realm. by Jennifer Bagwell There have been so many times in my history with Belmont that I have found myself inspired by someone who went before me and showed me what could be done, and that possibly even “I” might be the one who could do it. From people who taught Sunday School for …

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Room in the Inn

Room in the Inn volunteers needed for January Cooler weather has arrived and the Room in the Inn season is upon us. Every Friday night, November through March, Belmont UMC will host twelve guests experiencing homelessness. Guests will be provided with a warm welcome and hospitality, dinner, shower facilities, personal laundry care, a warm safe place to sleep, and a …

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HABITAT FOR HUMANITY BUILD

Ibrahim and Assilya Mohammed called Somalia home until the civil wars forced them to leave with their four children six years ago. They chose their family’s safety over a homeland they had always known. While they enjoy security in Nashville, rising costs have been a challenge. Their rent has risen to $1,400 monthly which, combined with supporting their children, stretched …

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MEALS ON WHEELS

For many years, Belmont UMC has been involved in delivering route E for Meal on Wheels(MOW) and Fifty-forward. Because of the over 25 volunteers, route E, which is in the Hillsboro-Belmont area, seniors are served a warm meal every day of the week. The seniors not only enjoy good, healthy food, but the personal delivery allows the volunteer to check …

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