OLD HICKORY BLVD LOCATION
8:30 and 11 a.m. Worship
10 a.m. CORE classes
2323 Old Hickory Blvd
Nashville, TN 37215
JOIN US THIS SUNDAY
Thanks for stopping by. We’re glad you’re here and hope to see you at one of our worship services.
Our services are first and foremost centered on God—specifically on the person and work of Jesus. Our services might be described as “refreshingly liturgical.” There is both order and spontaneity to the flow and rhythm of any given service. Stylistically, we incorporate the rich resources of past and present—songs, readings, prayers, liturgies, etc.—while looking with joy toward the day of Jesus’ return.
Our services, in its own way, seeks to guide worshipers through the Story of God: Creation, Fall, Redemption and Glory. The climax or telos of each service culminates in emphasis on the death and resurrection of Jesus.
We are a multi-generational church desiring to create a hospitable place of belonging for every type of person. Whatever your religious beliefs, political leanings, preferred attire, economic bracket, profession, ethnicity, culture, marital status, or music taste, we want our church to be a place where you can process and grow in your thoughts about God and the role he has for you in his world, and where you can be in life together with other people.
WHERE DO I PARK & GO ONCE ON CAMPUS?
Use the entrance at the intersection of Chickering Road and Old Hickory Blvd. Turn right into the first parking lot. Enter through the church's main doors (beneath the overhang) bearing left into the main hall. Continue to the main lobby; the sanctuary is is on your right and the Welcome Center is on your left. Our Hospitality Team will answer all your questions. Don't forget to pick up your complimentary visitor's gift.
DO YOU CELEBRATE THE LORD’S SUPPER?
Yes, we celebrate the Lord’s Supper every Sunday at all locations.
WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?
Dress in whatever is most comfortable to you. While some will be in coat-and-tie or dresses, others will be dressed in jeans or something more casual. It is what’s in the heart, not the outward appearance that matters most.