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Contact Us

  • Phone: (615) 377 4750
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  • Address:
    4800 Belmont Park Terrace, Nashville, TN 37215

Sundays

  • August 20, one service at 9:30 a.m. followed by a party on the lawn. 
  • Regular Sundays, Holy Eucharist & Nursery: 8:30 & 10:30 a.m.
  • Catechesis of the Good Shepherd thru 3rd grade. at 8:30 a.m. during the school year
  • Formation Classes for all Ages at 10:30 a.m. during the school year
  • During June and July we offer care for infants through 3 yrs old during the 8:30 service and through 5 yrs old during the 10:30 service. Older children are invited to join their family for worship. Children's bulletin will be provided. 

St. B's Blog

St. B's Blog

Breathing Under Water | Chapter 10 & 11

I had a similar reaction to Rohr’s upon reading Step 10. That is, is it really necessary to take a personal inventory and seek the forgiveness of others over and over and over again?   I know that when I’ve experienced seasons of profound spiritual growth, in which I am...

Breathing Under Water | Chapters 8 & 9

First of all, being in the field of therapy, I have studied what the twelve-step program is all about and how useful it can be for clients.  What I did not realize was that I was as much in need of it as anyone.  And that is just how addiction works; we prefer to be blind to it in...

Breathing Under Water | Chapter 6 & 7

There is a slogan in 12 step recovery:  “Trust God, Clean House and Help Others.” During this Lenten season Steps 6 and 7 provides each of us the opportunity for some further “house cleaning.” When I completed my first  5th Step, I was instructed  to go...

Breathing Under Water | Chapter 4 & 5

Why is there a need for Alcoholics Anonymous and the 12 steps in our world today? There are as many answers as there are people who attend AA meetings every day. But I believe most ardent supporters would agree that its intended purpose is to provide a non-judgmental, supportive environment...

Breathing Under Water | Chapter 2 & 3

Step two, in addiction literature, tells us that a power greater than ourselves can restore us to sanity.  Step three keeps it moving:  Turn your lives and wills over to the care of God. The word “care” is valuable here.  We are reminded that God is not precarious but...