What We’re Doing

(UPDATED: 6/1/20 AT 12:30 PM)

We value physical, corporate worship, so we are diligently working on the reopening plan for all eight of our campuses. Be ensured that we’re continuing to monitor government guidelines and recommendations from medical professionals to keep you safe and healthy.

At this time, our Brentwood and South region campuses (Nolensville, Station Hill, and West Franklin) are reopened for in-person worship gatherings. Our North region campuses (Avenue South, Harpeth Heights, Lockeland Springs, and Woodbine) are continuing to worship online to keep in accordance with Davidson County guidelines. We’ll be providing you with more detailed information for each campus’ reopening timeline and re-entry stage as soon as possible.

We truly appreciate you continuing to be the church by loving your neighbors in practical ways, participating in online worship, being faithful in your giving, and so much more. Thank you for your understanding, support, and prayers!

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Frequently Asked Questions

When will my campus reopen?

We’re excited that the Station Hill campus is now open for in-person worship gatherings. Please keep in mind that there will be no Preschool, Children, Student, Special Needs, or Adult Group gatherings on campus at this time. To help us prepare for your arrival, we ask that you submit an RSVP here if you plan to worship in person with us.

Will safety measures be provided when we reopen?

Yes! We’ll be requiring health checks on all staff and volunteers before our services. You may see more masks and hand sanitizers, but that’s a good thing. We’re continuing to thoroughly clean and disinfect our building for your safety, too. We also will still keep to social distancing guidelines, such as staying at least 6 feet from each other (sorry to the huggers), not passing an offering plate/bucket, and using designated entrances and exits.

Can I come to in-person gatherings if I’m sick?

We’re encouraging everyone (i.e. staff, volunteers, church members, or Bob down the street), to stay at home if they’re symptomatic, have a fever, have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, or have traveled internationally or to a domestic hot spot in the past two weeks.

How can I stay connected during this time?

We care deeply about your ministry needs, so we are diligently working to provide you with helpful and uplifting resources! Each of our campuses will continue to hold online worship gatherings. Our Groups are also meeting via video to stay in community. Let’s continue to be the church as we engage in rhythms of worship, discipleship, and prayer during this season.