Since our beginning in 1903, Bellevue has had a long history of ministering to Memphis, the Mid-South, and even around the world. We believe God placed Bellevue in Memphis for a reason.
What to expect
Whether you are exploring faith for the first time or have been following Jesus for decades, we would love for you to worship with us, join a group, and serve alongside our Bellevue family.
What are Sundays like?
Bellevue offers a number of ways for you and everyone in your family to worship with us! Childcare is available for birth–3 years old, and children in Pre-K–3rd grade attend KidVue Worship. Students in 4th grade and up attend our regular worship services. You can also be part of our online community by watching our weekly livestream!
Each service includes worship, prayer, and baptism celebrations. Pastor Steve Gaines (or an occasional guest speaker) shares a sermon filled with biblical truth.
Sundays at 9:15 a.m.
During this early worship service, you can expect to sing songs led by our Minister of Music, Mark Blair, who is usually accompanied by the Bellevue Choir and Orchestra. You will be blessed by a message from God’s Word presented by Pastor Steve Gaines, which is prefaced by baptism celebrations and prayer.
Sundays at 11:00 a.m.
The 11:00 a.m. worship service features music led by our praise band and our Contemporary Worship Pastor, Jeff Maxwell. We will pray together, sing, celebrate baptisms, and listen to a message from God’s Word shared by Bro. Steve.
Bellevue has two campuses: Bellevue Appling and Bellevue Bella Vista. Bellevue Bella Vista is specifically designed to minister our Spanish-speaking neighbors in Memphis.
At Bellevue, we offer a number of ways to connect and worship, including for those who need or desire additional resources.
We offer Spanish translation every Sunday during the 9:15 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. worship service. Radio receivers are distributed at a South Lobby second-floor location from 10:50 a.m. until the sermon starts. To receive a radio receiver, you must present a driver’s license or other form of identification. Once the service is finished, when you turn in the radio receiver, your identification card will be returned to you.
Ofrecemos traducción al español todos los domingos durante los servicios de adoración a las 9:15 a.m. y 11:00 a.m. Para recibir una audífono, visite la estación en el segundo piso del vestíbulo sur a partir de las 10:50 a.m. hasta que comience la predicación. Para recibir un audífono, debe presentar una licencia de conducir u otra forma de identificación. Una vez finalizado el servicio, devuelva el audífono y se le devolverá su identificación.
American Sign Language (ASL)
Church life is much more than just attending a weekly worship service. Here at Bellevue, we offer a variety of ways for you to get connected with our church family.
Pray with and for others.
Free Christian counseling
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