Belmont Religious Council

Our Mission

To enhance the spirit of unity through fellowship, to develop understanding and appreciation for the various religious faiths represented and to exert a positive influence in the social and moral life of the Belmont community.

March 2021

It is with deep sadness of the recent tragic events in Atlanta that we join our Asian American Belmont neighbors and friends in mourning the loss of eight souls - six of which were Asian American women. All of the faith's of God teach love for one another. Let us come together and practice that love.

Feb 2021

Conversations on Racial Healing

Together with the Belmont Human Rights Commission, Belmont Religious Council welcomes you to join in this most important issue of Racial Healing.

Find out more on our Event Page and contact

Winter 2021
Shining Star Project
Spreading Hope, Love, and Resilience - One Neighbor at a Time

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(Here is a simpler version to use if you prefer)

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What We Do


The BRC organizes and sponsors programs such as: Youth Interfaith Service Trip, Belmont Serves, and Interfaith Thanksgiving Service. Read about them in the Events section of this site.


Get involved by coming to a council meeting, volunteering at an event or donating to our programs. Reach out to learn how.

Mourning the dealth of Hentry Tapia

To our beloved Belmont Community:

The Belmont Religious Council grieves with our whole community upon the killing of Henry Tapia. Representing Houses of Worship and Faith Communities in Belmont, we unequivocally condemn this racist act of violence, an affront to all people of faith, and to all who join us in works of love and justice for our neighbor. We direct you to ​Belmont Helps, already assisting the Tapia family with a Meal Train and ​Go Fund​ me page. We also invite you to the work we will be doing with the Belmont Human Rights Commission on ​Racial Healing​.

Above all, we encourage and exhort our community to come together in both speaking out against this act of hatred and racism, and in supporting and loving the Tapia family in this senseless loss.

With our ardent prayers for healing,

The Belmont Religious Council