Our campus is at the corner of Music Square East and Grand Ave on Nashville's historic Music Row. Click the image to see the most common spaces used for gatherings, service and events. Click on the map to view a larger overview which also includes our parking.
NOTE: when visiting Belmont Church you never have to pay for parking - regardless of day or time. Just talk to a pastor or staff and we'll see you are taken care of.
Worship Center: This is where we meet on Sunday AM. The Worship Center is our main gathering area for worship, prayer, teaching and ministry. It seats 900 and in addition to our Sunday services, the Worship Center also hosts larger conferences.
Chapel: The Chapel is the original Belmont Church building. If only these walls could talk. . . . Although the walls did not contribute, we have documented our history. Click here to read more. This room holds 150 people in a movie-theatre-style seating arrangement and is equipped with full A/V capabilities which were upgraded in 2004 and again in 2011.
The Chapel hosts numerous events including teaching, ministry and worship and is becoming a popular meeting place for organizations on Music Row.
Annex Entrance – Whether in a wheelchair, stroller or you just don’t want to deal with steps, this entrance to the Worship Center is for you. It is located off of Grand Ave. This also serves as the off-hours entrance for the Living Room.
Please note – this entrance is not open during normal business hours.
Please call the front desk at 256-2123 before coming so we can arrange for someone to let you in the Annex if necessary.
Koinonia Building (pronounced Coy-no-NEE-uh)
The Koinonia building is rich with Belmont heritage. Once an HG Hills grocery store, the 70s saw the Koinonia building transformed into a place of fellowship for believers hungry for God. Worship leaders such as Gary Pigg, Michael W. Smith, Amy Grant and others led worship here while we did our best to keep within the fire code while people flooded the building. The Koinonia Building also served as a bookstore from the early 70’s into the 90’s. The building now hosts a variety of events and is soon to open as a coffee house - stay tuned.
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Asaph’s – Named after Asaph, who was one of the "Chief Musicians," a Levite, in the Bible (1 Chronicles 15), this is the home of our Community Life Department. Due to the homey feel of the building (thanks to the lovely touch of some great volunteers), multi-media capabilities and the full kitchen, Asaph’s gets used quite often for events including teaching, small groups, staff meetings, choir practice and small catered gatherings.
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Fellowship Hall – Our Fellowship Hall is the chameleon of Belmont. It’s a simple room with an elaborate restaurant-style kitchen but with a creative touch can be transformed to fit any event. We serve over 400 meals a week out of the kitchen with our regular outreach to the poor and disenfrancised. The FH also hosts regional gatherings and special events including wedding receptions, seasonal parties, and outside gatherings.
Fellowship Hall Kitchen – The kitchen houses a walk-in freezer, industrial-style stove and refrigerator and a buffet-style serving line. This is a great place to prepare great food.
Corner Room: The Corner Room is an extension of our Youth ministry equipped with gaming consoles, foosball, ping pong a snack bar and loung area. This is where the youth hang before and after our Wednesday night gatherings and serves as a secondary space for small group gatherings.
Sozo’s: This is arguably the hippest room on campus. Sozo’s is the primary home to our Youth Ministry and is in deamand for concerts from local acts including many fundraisers. Sozo’s is full of life, always fresh and growing.
Smacky Joe's – Youth get hungry. . .must eat. In comes Smacky Joe’s. Located in the Sozo Building, S J’s is a fun hang place for snacks, games and prayer. S J’s also houses our extremely underappreciated and overworked washer and dryer.
Caleb Quarters – The heritage and birthing of who Belmont Church is today is largely due to one man’s desire to go deeper with God. That man is Don Finto and he named the building as it served as the headquarters for his ministry to the Jewish nation. Now, Caleb Quarters serves as office and meeting space and local ministers meet here on a regular basis for prayer and worship.
Barnabas House: Looking to plug into our community or travel abroad? This is the place to start. Barnabas house is named after Barnabas who was a gifted encourager as well as an early missionary (Acts 13:2), teacher of new believers (Acts 11:26), prophet (Acts13:1) and apostle (Acts 14:14). The Barnabas house is the headquarters to our World Outreach and Community Life ministries. One word of wisdom: if someone talks to you about some stuff in the basement, it is not a spiritual metaphor, just walk the other way.
The Villa House: Hope. . .Restoration. . .Love. . . . The Villa House (named for the street for which it is located – Villa Place) reflects the heart of Jesus by providing a safe place for men to get back on their feet and grow in their relationship with the Lord. Birthed in 1997 by our inner city ministry, Isaiah 58, the Villa House has seen many victories won and struggles overcome by determined men and the grace of Jesus.
The Katherine House: the Katherine house is our house for women who are trying to get back on their feet. Thru mentoring and love provided by the house leaders and church members, chains are broken and these lovely ladies are set free. Did we mention it has a pool? That explains the many meetings that take place there in the summer.
Le Portable: Have you ever donated clothes or food to Belmont? Well, it does not go to the worst dressed/hungriest pastor. The Pantry, located in Le Portable, is our on-campus home for donated items. It is from here that we distribute to the needy within our community. Isaiah 58 also has "The Warehouse" which is a much larger building off campus to hold larger items and overflow.