Each week, you’ll experience Bible-based teaching, moving worship, and a relaxed atmosphere. Arrive early to park and find your place to get connected.
Location & Directions
8083 Station Hill Drive
Detailed Campus Map
Spring Hill, TN 37174
From I-65, take exit 53 for TN-396/Saturn Pkwy toward Spring Hill. Take the Port Royal Rd exit and turn right onto Port Royal Rd. Turn left onto Reserve Blvd, then right on Station Hill Dr.
In 1969, Woodmont Baptist Church in Nashville planted a church in Brentwood. With only a handful of families, it began meeting in the Tennessee Baptist Children’s Home and later became known as Brentwood Baptist Church.
Then, on February 28, 2010, The Church at Station Hill was born. With 50 families from Brentwood Baptist, we became their first regional campus. You see, church planting is in our DNA. It runs in our family.
Today, our young congregation is made up of people living in the Spring Hill, Columbia, and Thompson's Station areas. We’re already busting at the seams thanks to the growing population in and around this area.
We've just moved to a new facility in Spring Hill just north of Saturn Parkway. God has strategically placed us in a prime location so we can continue to engage the whole person with the whole gospel of Jesus Christ anywhere, anytime, with anybody.
What We Believe
Jesus is the way, truth, and life. Everything we are and everything we have comes from Him and works together for His purposes. So we worship Him.
The Bible is God’s true and perfect Word—without error or blemish. It’s our roadmap for navigating this journey through life. For that reason, we actively strive to become more like Christ through the study of His Word.
Jesus came into the world—not to condemn or judge people—but to save them. Because of that, our belief is that we’re most like Him when we love and serve others then point them back to Him.
Our Multi-Campus Model
A few years ago, Brentwood Baptist Church leadership recognized the value of regional campuses in multiple communities throughout the greater Nashville area. In 2010, the church established its first regional campus—The Church at Station Hill. In 2014, three additional campuses—The Church at Avenue South, The Church at West Franklin, and The Church at Woodbine—joined the Brentwood Baptist family. In 2016, our fifth regional campus, The Church at Lockeland Springs, was added, and in 2018 The Church at Nolensville will launch.
The mission of the church is the same at every campus location: engaging the whole person with the whole gospel of Jesus Christ anywhere, anytime, with anybody. Every campus shares this same DNA through a common mission, vision, and message. However, each campus has the flexibility to contextualize ministry to its unique community under the leadership of its own campus pastor.
The Church at Station Hill's governance structure falls under that of Brentwood Baptist Church. It is based on the biblical principle that the local church is an autonomous, self-governing body of baptized believers and is accountable to God for its decisions and actions.
Interested in working for Station Hill or Brentwood Baptist Church? We are frequently hiring for both ministerial and administrative positions and would love to have you apply.
What to Expect
Currently, we welcome more than 1,000 people onto our campus each week. With the move to our new building, our capacity for worship and discipleship opportunities has grown even more. We have room for you and your family.
Our laid-back atmosphere is a safe, welcoming place for all people. The minute you walk through our doors, you'll see friendly faces, experience a relaxed environment, and be offered a warm cup of coffee to get you going.
We offer 3 identical worship services that are most often led by The Station Hill Worship Choir and Band. Using a mix of worship songs and hymns, the heart of these worship leaders is for everyone in the congregation to worship Jesus together.
Our pastor's straightforward approach is this: to teach the truth of the Bible for the purpose of transforming lives. By digging into Scripture and providing application, we encourage our people to be hearers and doers of the Word.