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Missions & Outreach

Immersion:   A collective of student led missions trips all over the United States taking place during Spring Break. They involve Belmont students serving and learning in different communities through missions. Learn more... 

Belmont on Mission: In addition to local and domestic missions programs, University Ministries works with partners across campus to create high-impact, sustainable short term missions opportunities in locations around the globe. Learn more...

Into.Nashville:  As a unique convocation-credit program, into.nashville exposes Belmont students to the diverse communities of Nashville, offers students an education in how to engage and embrace those segments of society so often ignored by the upwardly mobile, and gives students a glimpse into how others in Nashville are seeking to transform the world. Every student that participates goes into.nashville gets 5 total convocation credits. Learn more... 

 Plunge: A Freshman service/mission trip that takes place over Fall break. It’s an introduction to the kind of disciplined intelligence, compassion, courage and faith that Belmont expects of its students.

Plunge registration is now closed. 2018 information coming soon!

Service Year: A program just for sophomores for the entire academic year centered on intentional community, service, spiritual formation, and hospitality. The purpose of Service Year is to provide space for a small group of sophomore students to grow in their understanding of self, deepen their relationship with God, and discern how they can uniquely love God and neighbor.

Students live together in community while devoting a significant portion of their time to community service and partnership in Nashville. Community partnerships typically take the form of an internship at a local Christian non-profit. Students share meals and spend committed time together in prayer and worship, while also practicing hospitality for other community members. Guided by common readings and reflections, students intentionally explore their own sense of vocation and spiritual formation.

Applications for the 2018-19 year are now available here: Deadline to apply is February 11.

For more information, contact Assistant Director of Spiritual Formation, Josh Riedel at