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


  • 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

Surprised by Hope, Chapter 13: Building for the Kingdom

  What does it mean to be a part of building the Kingdom of God?  It means that all of the work the Lord does in us and through us is not done in vain (1 Corinthians 15:58).  God will use every bit of it – some of it here, some of it in the hereafter.  As I see it...

Surprised by Hope, Chapter 12: Rethinking Salvation: Heaven, Earth and the Kingdom of God

  In the previous sections, Wright said a preoccupation with “life after death” distracts us from the present work we are to accomplish here and now. In the twelfth chapter, Wright addresses our bungled notions about Jesus’ resurrection in order to develop a basis for...

Surprised by Hope, Chapter 11: Purgatory, Paradise,Hell

And now. . . the juicy stuff!  After spending the first half of the book debunking much of the conventional wisdom about “heaven,” Wright takes up in chapter 11 the corollary issues of hell and purgatory.  In light of recent controversy (and publicity!) among evangelicals...

Surprised by Hope, Chapter 10: The Redemption of our Bodies

In this chapter Wright gets to the nuts and bolts of the question “What happens when we die?” Wright has been building up to this in the previous nine chapters.  This is his fundamental thesis in that God’s people are promised fulfillment and redemption of our bodily...

Surprised by Hope, Chapter 9: "Jesus the Coming Judge"

            In our Liturgy every Sunday in one way or another, we remind ourselves and each other that “Christ has died, Christ is risen, and Christ will come again.”  In this chapter, Wright highlights a specific role...