Contact Us

  • 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

Simply Christian, Chapter 5: “God”

In the previous chapters, N.T. Wright describes what he calls “echoes of a voice” in people’s souls related to our longing for justice, spirituality, relationships, and beauty. These echoes point to a reality beyond themselves, but they do not clearly reveal the true source...

Simply Christian, Chapter 4: “For the Beauty of the Earth”

In chapter four N.T. Wright takes us further in the journey toward Christianity with a discussion of beauty. He contends that in our want for justice and our thirst for spirituality, we have a desire to capture and often put our own stamp on the definition of beauty. Beauty, like justice...

Simply Christian, Chapter 3: “Made For Each Other”

We were made to be in relationships and we need a community to belong to. Just look at the popularity of relational web portals like MySpace, facebook, twitter, and match.com! They reveal how much our culture (us included) does not want to be alone. We find a lot of meaning in our...

Simply Christian, Chapter 2: “The Hidden Spring”

N.T. Wright continues his reflection on qualities of our human experience and public conversation that provide clues about our design and purpose. Following his observations about our longing for justice in chapter one, he turns to the subject of our hunger for spirituality. He tells the...

Simply Christian, Chapter 1: “Putting the World to Rights”

N.T. Wright describes in the first chapter of his book something we all feel – that as much as we all believe that the world should be peaceful and just, we just can’t seem to make it happen. In fact much of the time we can’t even live to those standards ourselves, much less...