8:00am, 9:30am, 11:00am
(due to space availability, visitors are encouraged to attend at 8:00 or 9:30)
5711 Granny White Pike
Brentwood, TN 37027
Grace Community Church is committed to building spiritually healthy people for life and ministry in the world. We are a disciple-making church with God-centered worship and biblical teaching, mutual encouragement toward spiritual growth, and engagement with the world through evangelism, missions, and service.
The primary message of Grace is that a person becomes and lives rightly related to God by grace through faith in Jesus Christ. Our desire is to embrace this message and present it to Nashville and the world through proclamation and the practice of good deeds.
The ministries of Grace revolve around four key expressions of our faith in Christ. We gather together as the church to worship Christ. We grow in our relationship with Christ and with one another. We give to the growth, health, and ministry of the church. We go into our world with the good news of Christ in our hearts and displayed through our words and actions.
We hope you find what you are looking for on our website, but if you are searching for something we haven’t included, feel free to contact us. We hope to see you in person someday soon.
Depression, the Gospel, and Grace Community Church
Yes, Christians struggle with depression and other mental health issues. Many at Grace Community Church struggle with depression. The gospel is for the depressed. And, we can be for one another.
Earlier this year we began a church-wide conversation about depression and other issues. Since that first depression discussion in January, I have had many people ask for a follow-up. Here it is.
On Sunday, September 21, we will hold a second discussion on depression. I will interview Tony Rose, pastor of LaGrange Baptist Church in Louisville, KY. You will have an opportunity to ask questions.
Tony Rose has decades of pastoral experience and has served many people struggling with depression. He is also the chairman of the Southern Baptist Convention’s task force on mental health, which helps churches understand how to better serve people. Tony will bring much needed wisdom to us as we consider how we will serve one another at Grace.
This discussion will be helpful to those who struggle with depression, those who love someone struggling with depression, and those who want to be a more helpful member of a church with people who struggle with depression.
I hope you will join us.
“Hope in Depression: Continuing the Conversation”
September 21, 4:00-5:30pm, Room 253 (Pine Room)
Childcare for Infants-5th Grade will be provided. If you will need childcare, email Kristen Tedder.