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 14: "The Story and the Task"

Reading the Bible to children isn’t for the faint at heart. The story, it turns out, is not rated G. And if reading about death and sex and greed isn’t enough, there’s a chance the language they hear from Bible reading or by well-meaning Sunday school teachers gets a strange...

Simply Christian, Chapter 13: "The Book God Breathed"

By nature, I am a reader. A voracious reader. A nearly indiscriminate reader: I read thrillers, mysteries, nonfiction, travel writing, general novels, just about anything. My bedside table is a stack of books, some half read, some nearly finished, some yet to be begun. I read in the car...

Simply Christian, Chapter 12: "Prayer"

When I first read Simply Christian, I took a break between chapters eleven and twelve, thereby missing the beauty in the segue. This week, as I read it again, I was intrigued with the transition Wright makes from worship to prayer. He ends the discussion of worship with: “What matters is...

Simply Christian, Chapter 11: "Worship"

“We are invited not just to watch- but to join in and sing with all of creation.” I’m really grateful for Wright’s chapter on worship. I’ve developed a fairly complicated relationship with worship over the years (perhaps we all have, in our own ways). I will...

Simply Christian, Chapter 10: "Living by the Spirit"

In mid-chapter, N.T. Wright asks, “What does it mean, theologically to stare into the sun?“ (138). From the start of this chapter, I felt like I was staring into the sun and the Son—all at the same time. My heart felt it, but I had a hard time wrapping my brain around the idea...