Regular worship services are each Sunday
at 10:30 a.m.
Our Sunday worship service begins at 10:30 a.m. Children go to Sunday School after the Time with the Children early in the worship service. Child care is offered throughout worship.
We are an Open and Affirming church that warmly welcomes all people regardless of race, gender, ability or sexual orientation. Our historic building is handicapped accessible, and we offer enhanced hearing devices and large-print bulletins.
We look forward to meeting you and hope you will stay for coffee hour after worship so we can get acquainted!
I first attended the UCC Belmont Church because I had met their pastor and couldn't believe someone as real, candid, and full of life as she is could be a pastor; i wanted to see the church that would let her preach. The first several Sundays I kept turning to my wife and asking "are you allowed to do that in church!?" What I was stunned by was the laughter, the spontaneity, the two-way communication between the minister and the congregation, the affection, openness and joy in the place.
The Congregational Church of Belmont is a community and church family that "walks its talk." It has been our church family for almost nine years. They are the kind of community that brings presents and food to families in need, delivers lunch monthly to the AIDs clinic, provides meals to elderly and sick people, welcomes ALL, strongly believes in justice, loves children (and their noises in church) and more. If you're looking for a church, come visit us. You will be surprised how welcome you'll feel.
CCB is one of the most amazing churches I have ever been to. People are incredibly welcoming. The atmosphere is serene but full of positive energy. The music is great, and it is so heart-warming to see all the special activities for kids. It has been a blessing to be part of this church for the past few years.
When I had to retire early from my paramedic profession, I lost my community, a large part of my identity and my method of service to God. I came here out of curiorsity about the beautiful building and stayed because of the "curious and beautiful" people inside. I found a new community and a new way to do God's will.
We came in search of a church to raise our children around and amidst. We stayed becaue we found a wonderful "extended family" home that's kept us here for 40 years through many changes, turmoils, shared struggles, and joy.
Lois and Bob Shouse
I found in CCB a "spiritual home" of warm, accepting, non-dogmatic people; a place where the sermon is the reason I GO to church, not the thing to avoid; and great music.
Part of why I was drawn to CCB and why I stay is because we do democracy here, as well as anywhere I've experienced. We try to balance individual freedom with what is best for the whole. We aren't there yet and maybe we never will be, but we keep working on it. And it's probably more about the journey than the destination anyway.