Belmont Wesley Fellowship Weekly News and Events

A Season of New Beginnings

Sweet Cece’s Frozen Yogurt Bash Tonight (7pm)

How about an evening full of frozen yogurt, unimaginable kinds of toppings, and time chilling with new friends. BWF is treating you to frozen yogurt at Sweet Cece’s tonight. Meet us in front of University Ministries at 7pm to walk to Hillsboro Village or meet us at 7:15 at Sweet Cece’s on 21st Avenue. See you there!

Antioch Afternoon Tutoring (Wed, 3-5pm)
This Wednesday afternoon, you are invited to help provide homework assistance with elementary age kids in the Antioch neighborhood. We’ll be tutoring in partnership with Antioch United Methodist Church. Transportation to/from the university is provided. Sign ups required by midnight TODAY and available online.

Tuesday With Wesley

Come be with us for small groups, praise music, and Communion next Tuesday (September 17, 7pm, University Ministries).

Friday Fellowship Lunch (Sep 13, 12:30-1:30pm, Cafeteria)

Come join us for fellowship and a meal in the cafeteria this Friday at 12:30pm. This is a casual time to chat over lunch and catch up on the week. Look for the blue BWF tshirts!

Freshmen Fall Break Plunge Trips with University Ministries (October 11-15, Atlanta, GA)

Fall Break is just around the corner during October 11-15. Are you looking for an opportunity to serve in inner-city Atlanta and learn about mission, faith, and community? Freshmen are invited into this opportunity to serve over Fall Break. More info on Plunge!

Musicians (Vocalists, Percussionists, and Guitarists) Wanted!

Are you a gifted vocalist or instrumentalist? Are you willing to serve in BWF worship with those gifts? Our Ministry of Music Leadership, Kristen Schussler, wants to connect with you! You can email her to express interest.


Interested in youth ministry and looking for an internship?
Email Pastor Adam for more information about serving in youth ministry at Brentwood United Methodist Church through an internship.

Looking for ways to earn a bit more spending money?
Email Pastor Adam for more information about paying odd jobs serving meals at upcoming weddings. (His church members have various work to get done and would love to pay college students to help finish it). 

 

 

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