Join us for our rescheduled Movie on the Lawn on Saturday, September 23rd, at 6:00pm! We will enjoy an evening of food, fellowship, fun and a superhero flick! The cookout, bounce house and fellowship will begin at 6:30 and at dusk we will enjoy a showing of Lego Batman Movie on the church lawn! This is a great event to invite friends and neighbors to as we enjoy a special night together! Please sign up at the lobby desk or email email@example.com so we have an accurate headcount for food. Tell us you're coming on our Facebook event page and share with your friends!
This favorite fall tradition features food, fellowship and fun for all ages! We’ll have a Hayride, Inflatable, Face Painting, Chili, Hotdogs and more! Come in your snazziest Halloween costume and let’s celebrate together!
Chili contest details: Prepare your very own chili! Get as creative as you like: name your chili, decorate your space, dress up (there will be prizes!). We also encourage chili contestants to provide a trick-or-treat jar of candy for children to enjoy!
Join us for the 18th Annual Edward Barksdale Memorial Golf Tournament to benefit Youth Missions at Belle Meade United Methodist Church on Saturday, September 16th!
To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
7:00 AM: Registration/ Breakfast
8:00 AM: Shotgun Start
12:30 PM: Lunch and Awards
Prizes will be awarded to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place teams; closest to the pin; and long drive competitions.
For event info, contact Nick Streams - 615.7144296 or Casey Barnes - 615.828.1330
Golf Foursome: $400
Individual Golfer: $100
Competition Package including 2 mulligans: $20
For sponsorship info, contact Jansen Schroeder - 615.712.1370
Presenting Sponsor: $5000
Awards Sponsor: $2500
Lunch/Breakfast Sponsor: $1200
Beverage Cart Sponsor: $750
Putting Contest Sponsor: $700
Birdie Sponsor: $500
Hole Sponsor: $150
The purpose of youth ministry at Belle Meade UMC is to build mature Christian adults. One of the most meaningful ways we do this is by our work in the area of missions. From serving right here in the Nashville area to our youth choir's visits to nursing homes and care facilities for developmentally challenged people to summer construction work at various sites around the southeast to international missions trips, we are helping to teach young people the value of serving others and being leaders through serving. Your support helps to make this possible!
On Monday, August 21, 2017, a total eclipse of the sun will sweep across the United States from approximately noon until 3:00 PM (Central Time). The eclipse will reach totality at roughly 1:26 PM (CT) in Tennessee. The exact timing and duration of totality depends on your location within the state. This is the first total solar eclipse to affect the continental U.S. since 1979. Metro Nashville Public Schools will be out of school on August 21, so bring your school-aged kids with you!
12:30 — Quick presentation on solar eclipses and safety by our own Astrophysicist Natasha McMann in the Fellowship Hall - this will last 20 minutes and is family-friendly.
1:00 — Start heading out on the lawn.
1:15 — Put on sunglasses (provided) and watch! (You must wear sunglasses to view the solar eclipse and we will provide 200 NASA-approved Sunglasses so first come, first serve.)
Tell us you're coming on our Facebook event page and share with your friends!
*Bring your blankets or lawn chairs!
Natasha McMann, Belle Meade UMC member, is currently in the Fisk-Vanderbilt Master's-to-PhD Bridge Program. She is working on her Master's in physics from Fisk and hopes to bridge over to the Astrophysics PhD program at Vanderbilt. Her research interests includes using Pulsar Timing Arrays to detect gravitational waves from supermassive black hole binary mergers. She is 2016 graduate of West Virginia University with a BS in Physics and a minor in Astronomy. She also earned a BA is Social Science with a minor in Literature from Bluefield State College in 2008.
Join us for our Annual Ice Cream Social in the Fellowship Hall Aug. 13 at 4:30 PM! It's a friendly competition, so prepare for your Ice Cream to win one of the following categories: Best Name, Most Unique Ingredient, Best Use of TN Ingredient, Best Boring but Still Delicious Flavor, and People's Choice. Face painting and photo booth fun as well! Pizza will be served and Rev. Jacob Armstrong will follow at 6:00 PM in the Sanctuary. Tell us you're coming on our Facebook event page and share with your friends!