HEARTS HANDS VOICES

Come let us open our hearts, offer our hands, and lift up our voices as we embrace new opportunities and continue the core ministries God is calling us into through our 2020 stewardship campaign. Completing your Estimate of Giving card helps us do ministry that changes lives, builds community, offers hope, and promotes justice. Your giving makes a difference! Our …

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RMN 2020 PLANNING MEETING

The Reconciling Ministries Network (RMN) is inviting United Methodist activists and leaders to participate in a national gathering to outline strategies and plans for the 2020 General Conference and beyond. This 2020 national reconciling event will be held on February 27-29, 2020 at Belmont UMC. To plan for this event, Nashville area Reconciling United Methodists are invited to a brief …

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Room in the Inn

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 sack lunch to take with them when they …

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WDS FALL FEST

The Belmont Weekday School (WDS) faculty and staff, along with the Children’s Ministry Team, invite members of Belmont UMC to participate in an evening of food, fellowship, and Fall Fest Fun on Friday, October 25, from 4:30-6:30 p.m.! Belmont Weekday School students, wearing their Halloween costumes, will picnic with their families and participate in games and activities that will be …

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FLU VACCINES

Flu vaccines from Walgreens Pharmacy will be available for members on Wednesday, October 16, from 3:30-6:30pm in the Community Center pre-event area. Bring your insurance card. Walgreens can bill most insurance companies for your vaccine. All vaccines are preservative-free.

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SOCIAL JUSTICE AND FAITH

On Wednesday nights beginning October 16, Jerome Del Pino and Kate Fields will lead a Midweek program on social justice and faith. We will discuss how Wesleyan theology holds within it a deep wellspring of teachings that equip us and empower us to live justly and be justice-makers. This program will take place in room 124 on October 16, 23, …

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FLOWER FUN

On Saturday, November 2, join the Altar Guild at 9:30 a.m. for a morning of fun with flowers. Bring a vase you are tired of for our vase swap. We’ll have flowers and a new-to-you vase to fill and take home.  Watch flower-arranging veterans Mary Jane Duke and Betty Warfield prepare Sunday’s altar flowers and learn tips from them. We …

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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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HOMEWORK BUDDIES

Help children with homework in Antioch, East Nashville, or Madison! Project Transformation is looking for caring volunteers to offer one-on-one homework and reading tutoring. They ask volunteers to consider committing to one day per week. (September-May, Monday-Thursday, 4:00-5:15pm). Volunteer locations are Antioch UMC, Trinity Community Commons (East Nashville), or Matthews Memorial UMC (Madison). All volunteers are background checked and participate …

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