Belmont Church is a nondenominational church that desires to provide an environment for people to see who God is, to experience His Kingdom, and to encounter His live changing presence through worship, the Word, and community. We want to be a safe place where diversity is celebrated in our quest for unity, and where people of all denominations and walks of life receive God’s grace.
We choose to embrace others without condition through a culture permeated by grace promoting truthfulness and honesty. Not a false grace that tolerates sin, but a genuine reflection of Christ’s love that invites the acknowledgment of sin and frees others to confess to one another and to repent to God. Resulting in intimacy, spiritual growth, and fullness of life in Christ.
At Belmont, we want to continue to be a people who grow in the love of our Father, and from that love, persist in doing the works of His Son. We value the primary ministry of Jesus—to bring good news to the afflicted, to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and to comfort those who mourn.
It is our heartfelt prayer that Belmont Church become a place where heaven touches Earth—a visible expression of God’s Kingdom and a living proclamation of His Word.
The Belmont Church distinctives have been embedded by the Lord as a special DNA strand for Belmont Church.
- The Word of God as our ultimate authority
- Celebratory and intimate worship of the Lord
- Walking in relationship in community/small groups
- Experiencing life in the Holy Spirit and current-day spiritual gifts
properly balanced with the study and application of God s Word
- Generosity: lavish giving to God’s purposes
- Pursuit of a lifestyle of discipleship and prayer
- Being a reconciling force in the body of Christ
- Impacting our culture for Jesus through music and the arts
- World outreach focused on the "10/40 window"
and unreached people groups
- Ministry to the poor, widows, and orphans
- Being a sanctuary where the wounded may be healed
and grow to maturity
- Commitment to Israel and the Jewish people
- Baptism by immersion of believers and weekly
observance of the Lord’s Supper
- Commitment to nurturing marriage and family life