Community

World Mission Team

At Bellevue, we are passionate about telling others the Good News. We believe that everyone needs to hear about Jesus, which is why we've partnered with a few missionary teams around the world. David, Emma, Amelie, Asher and Arran Craig in Uganda. You can read more from David and Emma here: http://africraigs.travellerspoint.com/ David manages the Craig Twitter account, where you can follow their latest updates. @africraigs

Susan Buchan in France: Susan is an IFES InterAction volunteer working with the GBU in Paris.

Paul and Rachel McLoughlan in Bingham and Magdalene, as part of the 20Schemes ministry.

Michael, a member of our church, is serving in Asia.

Home Groups

At Bellevue we believe that church community shouldn’t end on a Sunday. To help facilitate this concept, we have home groups that meet fortnightly at various locations in the city of Edinburgh, on various days of the week. At these home groups, we pray and read scripture passages in depth, sharing insight as well as prayer requests. We ask for commitment to regular attendance and willingness to listen to fellow members of the group you join.
Bellevue (Tuesday): Tim & Lucy Haddow
Granton: John & Alison Mair
Liberton: David & Rosie Galloway
Slateford: George & Pamela Campbell
Trinity: Adrian & Karen Armstrong
Mums Alive: Broughton St Mary's

Bible Adventure Club

Children are an important part of the church family at Bellevue, and we have a team of dedicated leaders and helpers who enjoy meeting the children on their journey with God.

BAC gives your children space to learn about God, have fun and make valuable friendships. BAC is for children aged 3-11. We meet each Sunday during the all-age service in four separate age groups. Occasionally all the children meet together for a Big Sunday special programme.

re:vue

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re:vue is for all secondary-aged young people. On most weeks during term time, the group meets on a Sunday morning during the All-Age Service (10.30am) for a short session of Bible teaching and activities.

We also have various revue social activities, which is a great time for building friendships and having fun together.

re:vue also meets for Bible study on alternate Friday evenings and we attend local youth events like PowerPoint (http://powerpointscotland.com/) throughout the year. With so much going on it’s hard to keep track, but we have a timetable for the term to keep you right! If you need one, ask one of the leaders.

Parents & Toddlers

“Parents and Toddlers” is a lively morning of activity in a safe environment for toddlers and their parents or guardians. The toddlers get involved in playing, singing, doing crafts and enjoying snacks. Adults get a chance to spend time with other parents/guardians and have a chat and a coffee. We meet at Bellevue Chapel on Monday mornings from 10am to 11.30am during term time. There is a small charge per family.

If you are responsible for a toddler and would enjoy some company and activity then please consider yourself invited to Parents and Toddlers at Bellevue.

We will begin after our summer break on Monday 3rd September 2018.

If you have any questions about our Parents and Toddlers groups please contact us.

CONNECT

This is mainly a social group to help us connect with each other and others beyond a Sunday morning.  We meet together informally for lots of different activities... walking, ceilidh-ing, eating and more. If you'd like to have regular updates from us, how about joining our Facebook group? https://www.facebook.com/groups/bvdiscussiongroup/

Ladies' Coffee Morning

Ladies' Coffee Morning runs from 10:15am - 11:30am every Tuesday in between the months of October and May. While we always serve coffee, you can depend on so much more than that: home baking, friendly chat, friendships, encouragement for life with all its ups and downs and prayer support when you feel alone or are in times of difficulty. In addition to weekly meetings, the group also enjoys an annual Christmas lunch and summer special.

CAP Money Course

Bellevue, along with many other churches throughout the UK, periodically runs a money management course created by the charity Christians Against Poverty to help anyone take control of their finances. For more information take a look at our CAP Money page.