Missions in our church are not events, they are our reason for being


Belle Meade UMC seeks to follow the example of Jesus, who cared for and loved deeply those who were sick, poor, oppressed, outcast, and marginalized. Living in service with others nurtures discipleship and helps us connect more closely to God, to one another, and to the needs of the world.

The people of Belle Meade UMC are actively engaged in service in our community through ongoing support of and volunteerism with established agencies and organizations who serve the poor, hungry and homeless. In addition to service and volunteering, each month a special communion offering is designated to financially support an agency or organization committed to serving others.

Current Mission Opportunities

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Room In The Inn

Our Church has committed to hosting 10 homeless men each Saturday night from November - February. We provide them with a hearty dinner, a warm bed, a place to clean up, breakfast and a generous sack lunch to send with them Sunday morning. We are now set for providing all meals – thank you!

Donations Needed: Men’s clothing, underclothes and outerwear in any quantity. 

Attention Men: We need your help! There are a total of 4 open spots for overnight hosts on these dates below. Choose a night and invite a friend to join you (you do not have to drive the bus). Sign up on the volunteer schedule located in the administrative building entrance or contact: 

Mike Voyles - mbvoyles@gmail.com or 615-856- 6550

Andy Braswell - atroybraswell@yahoo.com or 615-491- 6971

Feb. 17: Hosts Needed (1-2)
Feb. 24: Hosts Needed (1-2)

Community Partners

Bethlehem Center
Project Transformation
Nashville Freedom Schools
Metro Nashville Public Schools
Preston Taylor Ministries

Community Care Fellowship
Loaves and Fishes
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Nashville
Room in the Inn
Last Minute Toy Store
Last Minute School Supply Store

Health/Social Justice/Support Groups:
Alcoholics Anonymous
Alzheimer's Association