Building on our past, looking towards the future
Nashville First Baptist Church has been a caring community of faith with a heart for the people who live, work, and enjoy downtown for 200 years. We connect people to Christ, His church, and to one another for the sake of the gospel. This page highlights all the speakers and events related to our bicentennial. Join us as we celebrate God’s work through us.
Dr. Nettles has most recently served as the Professor of Historical Theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He previously taught at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary. Along with numerous journal articles and scholarly papers, Dr. Nettles is the author and editor of fifteen books. He will speak on Baptist Confessions of Faith.
The Overcoming Church: Starting Over with Only Five Members
The Joseph School from January - March
Our church is committed to purchasing 200 uniforms and Bibles for The Joseph School. Offering envelopes will be available in church pews from January to March. Checks should be made payable to Nashville First, with “The Joseph School” in the memo line.
The Hope Clinic - April-June
Established in 1983, Hope Clinic for Women is a faith-based safe and confidential place equipping women, men and families dealing with: unplanned pregnancies. Our church is committed to filling 200 Baby Bottles with change for the Hope Clinic. More information on how to start your bottle collection coming soon. Church members can also write a check made payable to Nashville First, with “Hope Clinic” in the memo line.
Second Harvest - July-Sept.
Second Harvest’s mission is to feed hungry people and work to solve hunger issues in our community. Our church is committed to sending volunteers as well as making donations to Second Harvest’s Backpack Ministry. Our goal is to donate enough to fill 200 backpacks.
Nashville Rescue Mission - October - December
Coat drive. We will be collecting coats to donate to Nashville Rescue Mission. Members can bring in coats, or donate money for coats by writing a check to Nashville First and putting “Nashville Rescue Mission” in the memo line.