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What to expect
Everyone’s welcome to our Sunday services, whether you’re just looking or are already a follower of Jesus. Stay for coffee after the 9.30am service or before the 11.15am and 7.00pm service for fellowship and meet someone new! Creche still runs during the summer months during the 9.30 service.
What happens at Belmont on a Sunday? We’re a Christian church so we gather together every Sunday to worship God, support each other, learn from the Bible and help new people on their journey to faith.
Who comes to Belmont?
All sorts! – old, young, middle aged, married and unmarried, different nationalities and cultures. Everyone is welcome! If you aren’t a Christian, either because you don’t really know what you think or because it’s not for you we invite you to come and test out your ideas by having a look at us.
Read on for more information.
What do I wear?
There’s no need to dress up, come as you are.
Where can I sit?
Sit wherever you feel comfortable, our Welcome Team will be happy to help you if you need assistance.
What is available for my children during the service?
In the 9:30 service there are groups for young people aged from 3 to 14. When those groups aren’t running then the altogether services are accessible for all ages. The 11:15 and evening service do not have age specific groups.
How accessible are the services?
For those hard of hearing there is a T-Loop available. Signs indicate the area covered.
How long is a service?
The services usually last about 75 minutes.
What happens after the service?
In the morning services there is usually a drink of tea or coffee available. Please do stay around and get to know us.
Is there a collection?
We take a collection in each service. This is part of our worship. There is no expectation to put money in the boxes as they pass round. Many people will give to the church by a regular bank transfer.
Can I take part in communion?
We share communion either morning or evening each week. We gladly welcome all who follow Jesus Christ as their saviour and Lord to share in communion. The bread is gluten free, and the wine is non-alcoholic.
Where do I go if I’m new?
If you want to find out more then head to the information desk which is near the entrance in the concourse area.