A core component of our Sunday morning gathering is musical worship. Our aim is to sing songs that are centered on Jesus Christ and accessible for the whole congregation. Heather Ferrer, our worship leader, leads a team of rotating musicians. Most Sunday mornings you'll see a guitar, a keyboard and a percussion. If music is an area that you are gifted and desire to serve, please contact Heather.
With music, instrumentation and sound systems comes the need for those to help setup, operate, and take down the sound and projection systems each week. If you have technical skills or you are willing to learn and develop in this area, we would love to have you serve.
Set up Team
Our worship gatherings take place at a well-known movie theater in Belmont called Studio Cinema. We lease this space on Sunday mornings and therefore need to setup and take down equipment and decorations each week. If you can hang drapes, set up signage, organize a book table and plug in cables, the setup team would welcome your help.
We provide safe, clean, fun and content-rich classes and nursery care for our children each Sunday. Our Beacon Kids volunteers do a great job loving children, teaching them the gospel and modeling for them what it looks like to follow Jesus. Each volunteer must undergo a background check and complete a training facilitated by Nicole Grudda, our Beacon Kids Coordinator.
We have a growing number of Jr. and Sr. high youth at Beacon. Our desire is to invest in our youth through teaching, conversation, activity and modeling. We encourage each student to take part in a daily Bible reading plan and to discuss the sermon content over periodic lunch gatherings with student leaders. Once a month, our students join together with 30-40 other students from like-minded churches in our area for a time of worship and connection.
Commuter Coffee Team
One of our core values is serving our neighbors in tangible ways. Each Wednesday and Thursday morning from 7-8:45am we provide free coffee at the Belmont Center and Waverley commuter rail stations. Serving coffee to our commuting neighbors is a natural way to build relationships, intersect life, and give a simple gift of coffee to encourage them as they set out on their day.