Nashville First Baptist Church is a caring congregation that welcomes anyone and everyone.
We want you to discover the joy we share when we come together to worship God in spirit and in truth.
We are here to continue the life and work of Jesus Christ from the heart of downtown Nashville.
Join us Sundays at 9:00 a.m. for Bible Study and 10:30 a.m. for Worship.
Join us again Wednesdays at 6:00 p.m. for Midweek Services.
First Baptist Nashville is a caring congregation that welcomes anyone and everyone. We want you to discover the joy that we share when we come together to worship God in spirit and in truth. We are here to continue the life and work of Jesus Christ from the heart of downtown Nashville. Discover us here and connect with us in person soon!
is the theme of our 2017 Advent Celebrations as we reflect upon the historical meaning of the candles which comprise the Advent Wreath. Each candle represents an important aspect of our preparations for Christmas…Hope, Peace, Joy, Love, and Christ. Invite your family, friends, neighbors, and associates to celebrate with us the birth of Jesus Christ our King. Joy to the World! The Lord is come!
Bring your friends and family as we experience Christmas at First on Sunday, December 3, 2017, featuring our Children’s, Youth, and Sanctuary Choirs along with The Sanctuary Orchestra and the traditional Hanging of the Green. Glorious music of the season will be employed to powerfully convey that Jesus has come to save the world. Warm your heart with the wonder of Christmas as we celebrate Christmas at First!
The Sanctuary Choir and Orchestra present a Carol-Candlelight Celebration. They will share majestic music of the season which will draw you afresh to the manger as we worship together the Christ of Christmas.
Six grand pianos, 528 keys, 24 hands, The Sanctuary Choir, and some of First Baptist Nashville’s most talented instrumentalists will present Keyboards at Christmas on Sunday, December 10, 2017. All ages will delight at the sights and sounds of this festive musical evening as we celebrate Christmas on a truly “grand” scale.
Service of Remembrance and Hope
Join us for Carols, Candles, and Communion. The 5:00 p.m. service features soloists and great carols of the season. The 8:00 p.m. service features music of the season with a contemporary flair. Bring your family and friends for these special times of worship designed to draw us closer to the Christ of Christmas.
On Sunday morning, you will be greeted by a smiling face when you enter our building. These greeters can direct you to the Welcome Center where volunteers will help you find a Bible Study class (begins at 9 a.m.) that is appropriate to your age and life stage, from infants to adults. If you arrive early, consider participating in the Service of Word and Table at 8:15 a.m. in Room 140. This is a time of worship that finds its center around Scripture and Communion.