At Belmont we are growing life-long disciples of Christ from the very young to the very old. As Students and Young Adults we want you to be growing in your faith such that you’ll not just be following Jesus at university but for the whole of your life. So we encourage you to become part of the life of the whole church family – serving, learning and worshipping alongside others of different ages and backgrounds; whilst also knowing that we’re investing in you at this unique time in your lives.
Our student team (Anna, Nicola, Samuel, Adam and Jen) are looking forward to meeting you soon and helping you settle in! Come and join us on September 12, 19, 26, October 3 for conversation, food and games after the 10am service.
From September 23 we are meeting regularly on Thursday evenings for fortnightly meal and Bible study, prayer, and socials. Event details will appear here, and also on our Facebook page.
Beyond the Student Bubble..…
There’s loads of chances to get involved with church family life. We link students with home groups for hospitality and small group prayer and Bible discussion; and you can serve in a variety of teams: working with children, young families, young people, older people, sound and vision, music, communications and much more!
We also offer one-to-one Bible reading with an older, more mature Christian as an important way of growing your faith.
To find out more, visit our Facebook page @studentbelmont
or email Jen: email@example.com
We love to welcome international students into our church family life! If you’d like to visit a local home for a meal or meet with a friend who’ll read the Bible one-to-one with you and help you grow in your knowledge of Jesus Christ during your time here, please do email Jen: firstname.lastname@example.org
We can also link you with the local Globe Café (run by Friends International and the university Evangelical Christian Union), who run events and Bible study groups for international students in Exeter.
Click here to find out more about Globe Café on facebook.
Several PhD students attend Belmont and there is a group of PhD students which meets regularly for prayer, discussion and encouragement. Contact Jen for more info.
Young adults are actively involved throughout the life of the church, so if you’re new to Belmont we’d encourage you to get stuck in via a regular Home Group. BASE, a group for 18s-25s, meets regularly for food, social activities, prayer and reflection. There are also many chances to serve in different ministries and get involved in mentoring – both receiving and giving encouragement to others. For more information about home groups, BASE and other aspects of church family life, please contact Jen in the office.