On Sunday, please join us after worship in Fellowship Hall for an informal meet & greet with Rev. Allison Ruari, our new Associate Minister. Today is Allison’s first day with us, and it will take a few days until she and her husband, Jared, have completed their move to Nashville.
Last Sunday, our members affirmed the call to Allison Ruari to serve as our Associate Minister. Allison will begin her ministry with us on November 15! She and her husband, Jared are now in the middle of the million things that come with relocating to Nashville.
In a climate where hateful speech has further lowered the threshold for violent actions, many of us suddenly find ourselves wide awake to the persistence of anti-Semitism in our society.
Thank you for being part of the Inn Crowd! Whether you got items for the blessing bags, are planning to help paint our guest beds on Saturday, or signed up for any other part of this ministry of hospitality — your gift of yourself is what makes it all possible.
On November 6, we will be asked to vote on “Charter Amendment 1” establishing a Community Oversight Board (COB) which will provide independent civilian oversight of the Metro Nashville Police Department.
Senior Ride Nashville, a terrific new transportation option for seniors in Davidson County, will celebrate its first anniversary in just a few weeks.
The Society of St. Andrew is coordinating another gleaning event (remember the fabulous sweet potato drop in Fellowship Hall? Same idea.).
Temperatures are climbing. For those who work or play outside, the mantra is, hydrate, hydrate, hydrate. Our homeless neighbors have few opportunities to cool off, and they don't have easy access to drinking water.
On Sunday, June 10, at 2 p.m. we will gather with the family and friends of Shirley Forstman to worship God, to give thanks for Shirley's life, and to commend her to God's unending love and care. Following the service, there will be a reception in Fellowship Hall. Please continue to hold all who love Shirley in your prayers, especially her children, David, Valerie, and Paul. Follow this link to read the obituary.
The children of Vine Street are eager to hear the clanging of coins in their newly constructed “Children for Change” coffee can.
Join Vine Street at the Movies on June 6 for a showing of the film Logan Lucky.
The Brass Band of Nashville will present its first concert of the 2018 season at 7 p.m. on Thursday at Vine Street Christian Church. The performance is free and open to the public.
Vine Street enjoys a thrilling time at the ballpark!
Vine Street and Alameda Christian Churches combine to feed Nashville's hungry and working poor.