Traditional worship has a vibrancy all its own. Piano, organ, and guitar are the primary instruments, and the congregation worships musically with hymns, praise choruses, and choral anthems. Holy Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month and is open to everyone who wishes to receive it. Scripture, the liturgical seasons, and life in a changing world inform our worship services.
Fifth Sunday of Lent
April 7 ~ 10:30 am
April 14 ~ 10:30 am
April 18 ~ 6:00 pm
April 19 ~ 6:00 pm
Easter Sunrise Service
April 21 ~ 6:00 am
April 21 ~ 10:30 am
We will celebrate our service to the Nashville Community through our involvement in Room In The Inn, Second Harvest, and Community Care Fellowship. People will share how their lives are shaped by their participation in these ministries.
Our chancel choir guides us through Holy Week with music from "The Day He Wore My Crown," created and arranged by David T. Clydesdale. They will share portions of the music on Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter Sunday.
Our chancel choir presents the section of "The Day He Wore My Crown" that guides our remembrance and celebration of the Last Supper. Holy Communion will be served at the table of Christ open to all people.
The darkness of the crucifixion is expressed by the music from "The Day He Wore My Crown" and a solemn, contemplative worship experience.
Join our children and youth as they lead the opening celebration of Easter. The service is followed by a home-cooked breakfast in the Fellowship Hall prepared by the men of the church.
Perhaps you are looking to find a church or to give church another chance. Easter is the best of all new days.