Belmont Neighborhood Fellowship (BNF) began in 1991 as a second service of Belmont Mennonite Church. Following a season of restructuring, BNF became a separate congregation in 2006, but still united with BMC under the same organizational umbrella and sharing leadership, facilities, and support staff. BNF meets on Sunday evenings, with nurture at 5:00 pm, followed by worship at 6:00 pm and and then fellowship/meal time. BNF is a smaller congregation, with a current average attendance of about 40 people, with a mission-heart for the neighborhoods of Elkhart. Kevin Yoder began as BNF’s interim pastor in March of 2019.
Nurture: 5:00 pm
Sunday Worship: 6:00 pm
Food & Fellowship: 7:00 pm
Pastor: Kevin Yoder firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Information: email@example.com
Office Hours: Tuesday through Thursday, 8:30 to 11:30 am
Mission: BNF is a diverse, biblically grounded family of Christ that gathers from various backgrounds on Sunday evenings, where everyone belongs.
Vision: BNF exists as a nontraditional safe-haven, where we 1) allow attenders to utilize their God-given talents in worship as equals, 2) meet human needs, 3) reach those with little or no church background, and 4) share the message of Jesus’ love, salvation, and discipleship.