WE'VE COME THIS FAR BY FAITH - 170TH CHURCH ANNIVERSARY!

It’s been 170 years since we’ve been worshipping and serving as the first African American Church in the City of Worcester!  We are excited to celebrate our anniversary and we would like for you and your congregation to be a part of it.  The following is what’s happening:

 

Friday, April 21st at 6:00 p.m.

 

We are kicking off our celebration weekend with a revival with Rev. Edwrin Sutton from Pougkeepsie, NY who is an accomplished musician, psalmist, songwriter and published author.  He also has been a featured guest on The Word and Impact Network television shows. 

 

Saturday, April 22nd at 3:00 p.m.

 

We will be featuring some of the premier choirs in the New England Conference which encompasses Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and Massachusetts.  We will also be giving an overview of our 170 years in Worcester.

 

Sunday, April 23rd at 10:30 a.m.

 

Sunday Morning Rev. Scott Moore from Mitchellville, MD will be giving the word who is a gifted speaker, leader, teacher, preacher and travels extensively through America, Europe, and South Africa to preach and guide.  Morning service will be followed by a meal and digital presentation of our 170 years in Worcester.

Welcome to Belmont!

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You are welcome to come worship with us!
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Pastor, Rev. Clyde D. Talley & First Lady Yolanda Talley

Belmont A.M.E. Zion Church helps to provide the foundation for strong communities in Worcester.   We believe that if you can change one person for the better you can change a family, you change a family, you can change a neighborhood, you change a neighborhood, you can help change a city.  Our members work together to support our communities.  We also believe in having a personal relationship with God.  Come where we believe everybody is somebody!

   

All are welcome!

Join Us for Church!

Most people who drop out of church haven't lost their faith in God, they simply fell out of the habit of churchgoing. Some moved or had a change in life circumstances, or they had a falling out with their former church and simply drifted away. Most often, life became too busy.  Is this you?  Or you may not have come to church but are open to attending a service?  We invite you to join us!

Thought Life!

This is a new ministry that I'm excited about!  JuVan Langford has agreed to partner with us and connect us to his "Thought Life" video blog.  He is exciting the youth (as well as us seasoned folks) with his positive messages and inspirational mentoring through the web.  Take a look to get started and there is more to come!

Video of the Month!

This is a new feature where the Pastor will select a video that will provide at least one of the following:  Love, Encouragement, Support, Deliverance, Peace, Breakthrough, Forgiveness, and Strength.

 

Watch the video and pray that God will speak to you through the message.

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