To Know Christ and Make Him Known

Who We Are

Belmont is a small but growing Southern Baptist congregation who’s goal is to know Jesus Christ and make Him known both locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally.  Experience expository preaching from a teaching pastor, domestic and foreign missions opportunities, local and regional evangelistic outreach opportunities,  and fun fellowship with others growing in Christ.  From small group Bible study and life support to corporate worship experience what a small Bible-believing church can offer for you and your families spiritual development.

Blended Service

Blended Worship

Worship Services include traditional and contemporary music, expository preaching, and fellowship. Sunday Morning: 11:00am Live Stream Sundays at 11:00am Recorded Services at 2:00pm

Small Group Bible Study

Small Group Bible Study

Sunday and Wednesday night small groups are available for all age ranges including children, middle and high school youth, college and career, adult, and senior adult. Sunday School - Sundays at 9:45am.

Christian Fellowship

Christian Fellowship

At Belmont we like to get together with fellow believers and have a good time. Whether its a Fourth of July celebration, a woman's retreat, a wild game supper, an outdoor drama, or a potluck supper, we enjoy each others company.

Our Mission Statement

It is the mission of Belmont Baptist Church to provide an atmosphere for the growth of the soul, mind, and body in the Christian faith, to experience the reality of Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior, and serve Him with all our heart. To uphold the call of the Great Commission while continually equipping ourselves with the wisdom and power of God’s Word.

From Pastor Bill Compton

Free Indeed

Over a half-century ago, a mid-west university began a project to teach a female chimpanzee to talk by combining sign language with simple recognition. Over a fifteen year period, this particular chimp learned 140 signs of communication. Finally, the project directors decided to allow the chimp to conceptualize and express thoughts on her own. From a laboratory where she was well fed, cared for, loved, and safe from all harm, she put three words together to form a phrase. Those three words were repeated over and over: “Let me out.”

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