Discipleship & Spiritual Formation
"Spiritual Formation is the process of being conformed to the image of Christ by the gracious working of God's spirit, for the transformation of the world." -Robert Mulholland-
During your time at Belmont, we hope to create opportunities for you to deepen your faith, to ask the hard questions and to engage in authentic community. Whether through a Spiritual Life Assistant, Faith Development Organization or small group...we desire for these years to be pivotal in your spiritual development. Check out the options below to start and continue your journey.
Near 48 - A residence hall based discipleship/spiritual formation ministry that is designed to engage students in on-campus community through Spiritual Life Assistants (SLA's)
Faith Development Organizations - In recognition of Belmont's ecumenical diversity, University Ministries seeks to provide opportunities for spiritual formation that meet specific personal or denominational needs. Check out the list of FDO's that offer weekly gatherings and group connection.
If you have questions about spiritual formation programs at Belmont, contact Associate University Minister, Christy Ridings.