About Us ¬
Constitution & By-Laws ¬
Mission Statement ¬
Our History ¬
Our Future ¬
Plugging In ¬
Visitor Info ¬
How To Get Plugged In
These are just a few of the ways you can plug in to fellowship and ministry at Belmont Church.
Attend Belmont 101: An Introduction to Belmont Church, which meets once a month.
The purpose of Belmont 101 is to give you an overview of our ministry, services and fundamental beliefs, as well as an opportunity to meet our pastors and find out more about our cell groups.
Attending Belmont 101 is encouraged for church membership. To find out when the next Belmont 101 will be held, check our upcoming events or email info@Belmont.org
Attend an Equipping Class
Equipping classes meet on Wednesday nights, and courses rotate on a semester-basis. Just bring your Bible and a notebook and come prepared for encouragement, growth and fellowship.
If you need childcare, please contact Carla Cook at CarlaC@Belmont.org, or call 256-2124, ext. 282 to register your children. Childcare is free, but is provided on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Join a Community Group
Belmont has small, family groups called community groups that meet across Middle Tennessee. We encourage every member of Belmont to get involved in a weekly cell group for spiritual growth and accountability. If you would like to find out what groups are meeting near you, click here.
Volunteer to Serve
After you have completed Belmont 101 and Equipping classes, we encourage every member of Belmont to serve in an area of ministry in the church. There are many areas of needed service including: children's ministry, nursery, ushering, greeting, hospitality, and more. If you would like to find out more about opportunities to minister at Belmont, click here.