Bellaire Community United Methodist Church
Thursday, November 23, 2017
Growing in Jesus

Find Us

Bellaire Community United Methodist Church
401 North Bridge Street, P.O. Box #235
Bellaire, Michigan 49615
231-533-8133

We are located in northwest lower Michigan in the center of Antrim County.  While Bellaire is the county seat, you will find we have a lot of small town charm to share.  Come and visit us!  Here's some specific directions so you can find the church:

  • From the east end of the Traverse City area, your travel time will be just less than an hour.  Take US 31 N to Acme and turn right onto M-72 east.  Take M-72 east for 10 miles to Hill Road.  Turn left and go 1 mile to Rapid City Road.  Turn left and go 14 miles through Alden.  After the curve in downtown Alden, turn left at the Alden United Methodist Church to follow SE Torch Lake Drive to Bellaire.  One mile north of Alden, turn left to stay on SE Torch Lake Drive.  Go north 6 miles and follow the curve to Bellaire Highway.  Take Bellaire Highway east 4 miles to downtown Bellaire.  Turn left on M-88 (Bridge Street) and go 1/2 mile.  You will see the church on the left after you cross the bridge.  We are at the corner of M-88 (Bridge Street) and Antrim Street.  Look for the tall white steeple.
     
  • From the Petoskey area, plan on an hour's trip.  Take U.S. 31 south through Charlevoix approximately 34 miles to M-88 at Eastport. Turn left and follow the highway east and south 14 miles through Central Lake to Bellaire.  As you come into town from the north you will see the church on the right before you enter the downtown area.  We are at the corner of M-88 (Bridge Street) and Antrim Street.  Look for the tall white steeple.
  • If you are traveling on U.S. 131, when you reach the traffic light in Mancelona turn west on M-88 and travel 12 miles into Bellaire.  Continue to follow the M-88 routing through town.  You will find us on the left at the corner of M-88 (Bridge Steet) and Antrim Street, one block north of downtown, just after you cross the bridge.  Look for the tall white steeple.