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to Belmont Church. Use the links above to see where the Lord
has brought us and where we believe He is taking us. Check
out our Beliefs - what we often refer to as the non-negotiables
here at Belmont. These beliefs are sewn into the very fiber
of Belmont and serve as a plumbline for our leadership as
we navigate this ever exciting walk with our Lord Jesus.
68 Music Square East
Monday - Friday 9:00 - 4:30
Saturday 5:00 PM
9:00 & 11:00 AM
Our office is located downstairs off of Music Square East.
Please sign in at the front desk when stopping by during normal
just inside the main entrance, the Welcome Center is the hub
of Belmont during assemblies or events. If you need directions,
to find a lost Bible or if little Billy left his Peter the
Super Apostle toy in the Worship Center, check in at the Welcome
a question or emergency during an assembly? To contact the
Welcome Desk during the assembly, dial 244-8739, ext. 234.
from the Welcome Center is our Resource
Desk. Here you can find Teaching CDs, Worship CDs from various artists as well as the very latest worship from our assemblies. You can also find the daily devotional, "The Word for You Today," along with our Pastor's Picks, which is a collection of suggested books from our Pastoral Staff. The usual price for CDs is $4, but if the money is hard to come by or you just forgot your
wallet, no problem, just ask and you shall receive.
If you see men walking around the campus
with black vests and flashlights, do not fear: they are the
BST - Belmont Security Team - looking out for you
and your family as you make your way in and out of church
each weekend. If you are really fortunate, you may catch their
sensitive side and see one of them petting a stray cat. The
real official looking guy to the right - that's Walter - he's
a retired Nashville Policeman who serves us faithfully every
weekend. Be sure to take a moment and give the security team
an "atta-boy" for their faithful service.