Visitor Information
Location of FUMC Belton

PHOTO CREDIT: Bill Schaefer
PHOTO CREDIT: Bill Schaefer

On Sunday mornings, there are three worship services and Sunday School beginning at the following times:

During the 10:45 a.m. service a Sign Language Interpreter is provided. Child care is available for all three services and Sunday School. Our nursery is equipped with a paging system so that parents can be assigned a vibrating pager to alert them if they are needed by the nursery staff. For more information about worship services, click here. For more information about Sunday school, click here.

The church is located on the block bounded by East Second Street, Penelope, East Third Street and East Street near downtown Belton. To get directions to the church from your location, click here. Please use your BACK button to return to this page. We hope the Google maps below will help you find us so that you can worship with us soon.

Here is a satellite view of the church.

There are two parking lots available - one on the north side and one on the south. The sanctuary entrance is on the west side. In case you have trouble with stairs, there is an elevator just inside the door with the canopy over it on the north side of the church.

To assist our visitors in finding their way around the church, we have several directional signs placed in strategic locations.

To help make our visitors feel welcome, we also have reserved parking spaces for them on both the north and south sides of the church.

If you have already visited our church, please fill out our visitor's survey so we can see what methods of communication are the best for reaching people to let them know about our church. Please copy and paste the website address below in the web address box above:

Please print the form, fill it out and mail it to:

First United Methodist Church of Belton
205 East Third Avenue
Belton, Texas 76513

Thank you very much for your input and please visit us again soon.

On the south east corner of the church property, on the corner of Second Street and Penelope, there is a lighted sign with a marquee that is used to announce our various activities.


To learn more about the United Methodist Church in general, click here. To learn more about the history of the United Methodist Church in general, click here. To learn more about the history of the First United Methodist Church in Belton, click here.