Online Church!

Join us each Sunday at 11am or 7pm for online worship!

Can’t join us in person?  Visit us online!  Every Sunday at 11am or 7pm you can join us at watch.bellemeadumc.com! 

Thru the Book of Revelation

Revelation is easily the most difficult to understand and misunderstood book of the Bible.  Join us each Wednesday at 6pm in person or on ZOOM as we study  Jesus’ Revelation given to John.  You can also watch past Bible studies below.

Service Archive

Missed the service on Sunday morning?  No worries, you can watch past services here!

COVID-19 Response

The ministries of Bellemead continue!  Learn how you can connect with and engage in Sunday School classes, Bible Studies, and other small groups!

Bellemead:

A church you can call home.
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Sunday Morning Worship

We meet each Sunday morning at 9:45am.

After the service we have Sunday School classes for adults and kids!

Sunday Evening Service

On Sunday evenings at 6:30 we gather for a more intimate and relaxed service

Wednesday Evening

On Wednesday evening Christ First, a women’s Bible Study, meets from 5-6:30.

At 6:30 we have a Bible Study, and a program for elementary aged students.

Where to find us.

Bellemead UMC is located at 510 Burdette Street.  We are across the street from Paint Plus Hardware

What to Expect

You could describe our worship as traditional. Typically we sing familiar tunes from a hymnal, but not always!  People dress in a variety of ways.  Some will put on their Sunday best, and others are comfortable in jeans and a t-shirt.  No matter what you wear, you’ll be welcomed warmly!  Usually we receive Communion (or the Lord’s Supper) on the first Sunday of the month.  No matter your background you can find a place to belong at Bellemead UMC!
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Our Mission
The mission of Bellemead UMC is to make committed disciples of Jesus Christ, by loving God and loving others.
Our Values

We are…

  • Biblically Based – we believe the Bible to be the inspired word of God, and the foundation for both our beliefs and practices.
  • Focused on the Great Commission – Our greatest task is to make disciples, and we will be fearless in our efforts.
  • Welcoming – The people who are not here are as important as the ones who are.
  • Worshiping – Vibrant worship is essential to our discipleship.
  • Working – Everyone is important, and everyone has a job. It is the pastor’s job to equip and encourage the congregation for ministry.
  • A Community – As a family of faith we recognize the relationships we form are far more important than the events or programs we offer.