Category: Ministries

AGAPE

Our mission statement calls us to be more like Jesus Christ for our community and beyond.  FUMCB is making a commitment to being Christ beyond our community in Belmont by participating in a partnership with Project AGAPE (American Greater Armenian Partnership Efforts). Project AGAPE is the collaborative effort of both United Methodist conferences in North Carolina, Read More …

Clothe the Children

Our mission statement calls us to be more like Jesus Christ for our community and beyond.  FUMCB is making a commitment to being Christ beyond our community in Belmont by participating in a partnership with Project AGAPE (American Greater Armenian Partnership Efforts). Project AGAPE is the collaborative effort of both United Methodist conferences in North Carolina, Read More …

Racial Healing and the Gospel of Reconciliation

The Western North Carolina Conference is offering a workshop and laity are invited. Racial Healing and the Gospel of Reconciliation Rooted in 2 Cor. 5:16-20, this workshop will teach reconciliation as spirituality, highlighting biblical examples of reconciliation and our call to be ministers of reconciliation as followers of Christ. With this theological foundation, participants will learn practical strategies Read More …

Racial Healing Small Group

The Racial Healing Handbook Small Group Click here to register and participate As FUMC-Belmont seeks to be more like Jesus Christ for our community and beyond, we continue to seek ways to encourage dialogue around the racism that exists in our lives, community, and country.  Beginning July 22nd, Rev. Mark Andrews and Rev. Kim Ingram will facilitate a six-week study Read More …