join a missional community
Our current Missional Communities are listed below. Please contact the Missional Community leader with any questions. Each Missional Community also has a closed Facebook Group, which you can request to join.
begin anew missional community
Boy Scouts Troop 55 (TN) Missional Community
Committed to building character, responsible citizenship, and personal fitness with boys (ages 11-18) through camping, outdoor skills, and high adventure.
Contact: David Perkins
Boy Scouts Troop 55 Missional Community Facebook Group
Celebrate Recovery Missional Community
Supporting hurting people who are on a journey toward wholeness; seeking recovery from and celebrating God's healing of life's hurts, habits and hang-ups.
Contact: Ed Perdue
This Missional Community is made up of Christ Presbyterian Church members at both our Central and Intown locations committed to welcoming, supporting and engaging college students. Since many students desire a multi-generational community, we seek to connect through special events and initiatives planned year-round. We want to instill in them a heartfelt understanding of their belonging within our Christ Presbyterian Church community.
Contact: Tricia Egan
CPC CollegeCare Facebook Group
CPC CENTRAL YOUNG ADULTS
Geared toward post-college singles and marrieds, we connect young adults to cultivate a Gospel-centered community inside and outside of Christ Presbyterian's Central location. We do this by meeting together for social outings, Connect Groups, CORE classes and the organic friendships that form out of our basic structure.
Contact: Catherine Luedtke
CPC Central Young Adults Facebook Group
CPC FELLOWS CARE TEAM
The Nashville Fellows Program is a 9-month program for recent college grads in which Christ Presbyterian Church, West End Community Church and St. George’s Episcopal Church partner. We as the CPC Fellows Care Team exist to cultivate a caring group of people to welcome the students in the program hosted by Christ Presbyterian and to encourage and support our Christ Presbyterian members who are hosting them during the year.
Contact: Cammy Bethea
CPC Fellows Care Team Facebook Group
CPC Intown YOUNG ADULTS
CPC Room in the Inn Missional Community
Room in the Inn is an organization with a heart for hospitality and a commitment to providing shelter for homeless people. We as the CPC Room in the Inn Missional Community warmly welcome 10 homeless guests for dinner, companionship and overnight lodging on our Christ Presbyterian Central campus during the coldest winter months on selected Sunday and Tuesday evenings during the months of November-March.
Contact: Scott Orman
CPC Room in the Inn Missional Community Facebook Group
CUB SCOUTS PACK 555 missional community
Introducing the game of Scouting to boys (under age 11) and their families.
Contact: Kate Etue
Cub Scouts Pack 555 Missional Community Facebook Group
We exist to support the New Hope Academy parenting community through fellowship, educational classes, student mentoring and prayer in congruence with NHA's mission as a Christ-centered community school with an economically, racially and culturally diverse student body.
Contact: Karen Simpson
Engaging Hope Facebook Group
EQUIPPING INCARCERATED WOMEN and their families
Our mission is to equip, disciple and encourage incarcerated women and their families through Bible studies, mentoring, special events, recovery programs and re-entry programs.
Contact: Vicki Helgesen
Equipping Incarcerated Women and Their Families Facebook Group
We are a multi-generational group of women that meets once a month for thoughtful and engaging discussion. Newcomers are always welcome—we provide discussion selected readings ahead of time. Regular attenders provide the drinks and hors d’oeuvres. Come ready to join the conversation with facilitators who rotate according to the selected topic.
Contact: Cammy Bethea
First Thursdays Facebook Group
GIRL SCOUTs TROOP 2123 Missional community
Building girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.
Contact: Ashley McDonald
Girl Scouts Troop 2123 Missional Community Facebook Group
GLENCLIFF Elementary Missional community
Supporting the families, students, and faculty at Glencliff Elementary where more than 50 percent of students test with limited English proficiency, 11 percent have special education needs, and 75 percent qualify for free/reduced price lunch.
Contact: Linda Nelson
Glencliff Missional Community Facebook Group
HABITAT NASHVILLE Missional community
Supporting the life-changing work of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Nashville by engaging in various activities year-round to mentor/serve families exiting poverty.
Contact: Anna King
Habitat Nashville Missional Community Facebook Group
HEALTHY LIFESTYLE FOR LIFE
We are a healthy missional community focused on integrating our faith into healthy living. Together we will learn practical tools that encourage us and our families to make wise choices toward better health.
Contact: Pam Ferriss
Healthy Lifestyle for Life Facebook Group
Magdalene Missional community
We exist to serve the women of Thistle Farm's two-year residential program. These women are survivors of human trafficking, prostitution, and addiction. We support and encourage them as they recover toward healthy, independent living.
Contact: Mary Lisa Gingras
Magdalene Missional Community Facebook Group
MUG & PENCIL
NASHVILLE ANTI-HUMAN TRAFFICKING Missional community
Through prayer and service, we advocate for those serving on the front lines in the fight against human trafficking.
Contact: Mary Trapnell
Nashville Anti-Human Trafficking Missional Community Facebook Group
NASHVILLE-ED Missional community
We are educators and those with a heart for change through education, collaborating to consider the broad needs (pre-K to 12th grade) of Nashville’s lowest-income communities, praying and caring as bridge-builders in the James Cayce Community and KIPP/Kirkpatrick Elementary School. We’re excited to come alongside schools and families to effect long-term change through education and relationship.
Contact: Elizabeth White
Nashville-Ed Missional Community Facebook Group
NASHVILLE S.P.E.A.K.S. missional community
We exist to support children with cleft lips and cleft palates and their parents by providing pre- and post-surgical care packages and collaborating with professionals through quarterly meetings.
Contact: Kristin Patton
Nashville S.P.E.A.K.S Missional Community Facebook Group
THE NEXT DOOR Missional community
Partnering with The Next Door staff, we exist to equip women moving from the hopelessness of addiction, mental illness, incarceration or trauma to the wholeness and hope of Christ-centered lives.
Contact: Leisha Nischan
The Next Door Missional Community Facebook Group
PUTTING FAITH TO WORK
Working together, under the guidance of the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center, we find meaningful employment for people with disabilities. We meet monthly and we welcome anyone to participate who has a desire to help people with disabilities to discover how their abilities and talents can best be used in the context of work. We also welcome people with disabilities who desire employment.
Contact: Margaret Spickard
Putting Faith to Work Facebook Group
SIDE BY SIDE NASHVILLE Missional community
Side By Side is a national network of local chapters that encourage and minister to women in healthcare marriages through fellowship and Bible study. We, as the Side By Side Missional Community, live out the mission of Side By Side by providing Bible studies, guest speaker events, seasonal celebrations, girls' night outs, playdates, baby showers and other opportunities to serve the community together.
Contact: Jenn Pagan
Side By Side Nashville Missional Community Facebook Group
SWEET MONDAY nashville Missional community
Gathering women once a month to hear a topical speaker, enjoy dessert, and learn how it’s all tied to the gospel of Christ.
Contact: Sarah Catherine Wheeler
Sweet Monday Missional Community Facebook Group