Join us for our current sermon series, Between a Rock and a Hard Place Is Hope. It delves into the proclamation of hope in the book of Jeremiah. Jeremiah was a prophet who proclaimed and demonstrated hope during an uncertain time for God’s people.
The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) has established the COVID-19 response fund for the purpose of responding to the challenges presented by this pandemic. This fund will equip partners around the world to assist the most vulnerable populations.
You may send a check to the church (put UMCOR in memo) or give directly by following the link.
Prayer Focus

Surviving family of military service members

Memory Verse

Hebrews 8:10
This is the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel after those days, says the Lord. I will place my laws in their minds, and write them on their hearts. I will be their God, and they will be my people.
Reflect On
1)  What does it mean for you that God’s law is engraved on your heart?
2)  Is there a time in your life that you tried to earn God’s acceptance?

3)  When did you come to accept that God accepts you?

Daily Readings
Thursday Luke 15:11-24
Schedule of Online Events
      • Pastor Jeff is recording weekly devotionals  on Tuesdays and Thursdays and can be seen on Facebook in the mornings. 
      • Wednesdays at 6 p.m. via FB LIve, there will be a Bible study “The Colossians Creed”.  If you’d like to follow along with the “The Colossians Creed bible study you can access the by clicking the link: The Colossian Creed book study.   The Forge and Children’s ministries will also be streamed live at 6 p.m.
      • Sundays, the Traditional service and Brunch Church service will be streamed live on Facebook.
      • If you don’t feel comfortable using Facebook you can also see our videos on YouTube.  The weekly devotionals, Bible studies, and services are available there.
      • If you’d like to follow along with the 10:45 service you can download the May 24 bulletin.
Church Office Hours –  we wish to thank everyone for understanding that the church office has only been manned sporadically during this time.  We have been working from home as much as possible.  Beginning Monday, May 18th we will be in the office for the following days and hours.  Monday and Thursdays from 1 to 4 p.m. and Wednesdays from 9 am to Noon.   If you need to come to the church to pick up items for bible studies, etc., please call first to be sure that we are here, and please be prepared to wear your mask.
It is with sadness that we wish Young Lee, our organist, a fond farewell as she embarks on a new adventure. Today is Young’s last day with us, she and her family are moving to Georgia where her husband will teach at Georgia State. We will miss her and her beautiful music as we worship!
Contact Carol if you would like to send Young a note at her new address. God speed, Young, and may God continue to bless you as you have blessed us!

Vacation Bible School will be held online this year! If you are a volunteer, please contact Jill:

VBS will be posted daily on the Children’s and the Church’s Facebook pages during the week of July 13-17.

We do have May/June Upper Rooms at the church. If you would like one, please call the church to arrange a time to pick one up. You can click the link for a free download. Go to: covid-19 or click below for your preferred link. They are available in English and Spanish.
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Brunch Church has a website!
Our Pastors
Lead Pastor: Jeff Miller
Associate and College Ministry Pastor: Jon Carman
Creating God’s community through Christ’s boundless grace.
205 E. Third Ave
Belton, TX 76513
10:45 am Traditions Service
12:00 pm Brunch Church
Until further notice Brunch Church and the Traditional service will be live-streamed on Facebook.