Caring for our community

What do you have? What do you need? 

It seems we’re still seeing new effects of COVID-19 develop in our collective and individual health, economy, relationships, and more every day. In order to help assess where needs lie and what resources are available, we’ve created a submission form where you can either express a need or let us know if you have a resource (time, material resource, skill, etc.) that you’re willing to share. In response, we’ll do our best to direct you to an appropriate organization, program, resource, or person that might be able to help you with your need or where your resource might best be utilized. In some cases, we may also be able to assist you directly.

If you would like to financially donate to a care fund for assisting those in our community, please click here and select the “Care” fund. If you have another need, question, or suggestion for how we best care for those in our community, please email

Nashville relief fund update

Earlier this month, we opened a fund to help support a couple of churches in Nashville who were directly affected by the recent devastating storms. Thanks to your generosity, we were able to send $3,251.07 (split equally) to both Cross Point Church and Church of the City – East Nashville. Both of these churches have been supportive to our community in many ways since our earliest days. These funds will go toward resourcing those ministries in both repairs and relief for their operations and community members.
Kids’ curriculum video link
Here are this week’s videos from our Kids’ Ministry curriculum provider!
(In our classrooms, kids 3 years old through Kindergarten watch the First Look videos, and kids in 1st through 5th grades watch the 252 kids videos. There is also a preteen experience that you can take advantage of if you’d like. 

In addition to the videos, check out the free Parent Cue App that is aligned with the content in the weekly videos.)