October 08, 2014
Wondering what’s going on with the Station Hill Campus? Here’s update on their building construction:
– 30 acres north of Saturn Parkway between Port Royal Rd and Kedron Road.
– Phase One: 50,000 square feet, including worship, discipleship, multi-use and administrative space.
– New “Station Hill Drive” is under construction that will be the primary entrance and connect to Reserve Blvd, linking the campus to the key commercial corridor for future growth in the city.
– The walls are up and the steel work in nearly complete. The roof will be on by the end of October enabling all the interior work to take place during the winter months.
– The space cleared for future phases is going to be ideal green space for recreation, community outreach, and outdoor events.
– Since they’ve broken ground, they’ve already grown 20+% in their current location with many new families coming from southern middle TN (Columbia, Lewisburg, Culleoka, etc.).
– With worship capacity of around 700 seats, they’ll move into our new campus already needing to run at least two services.
May 29, 2014
Town Hall Meeting: Regional Campuses
Sunday, June 8 | 5:00 PM | Inman Deaf Chapel
The Trustees and Church Staff Representatives will host a presentation regarding West Franklin Baptist Church and Woodbine Baptist Church. We’ll receive comments and answer questions during this time.
Middle Tennessee Initiative, Better Together
The Middle Tennessee Initiative is about partnering with local churches in Middle Tennessee to impact poverty, healthcare, and education for the purpose of sharing the gospel. In addition to our work with our first two regional campuses, The Church at Station Hill and The Church at Avenue South, we now prepare to take our next step—a partnership with two additional local churches—as we live out our Acts 1:8 Mission.
Though very different, both of these churches provide unique opportunities to remove geographical and social barriers in unreached areas of Middle Tennessee. They also share our belief that we truly can be better together. This next step isn’t one that we take lightly. These churches would become a part of our church. Their members would be our members. And their mission would be our mission.
After months of discussion with Brentwood Baptist and our Trustees, these churches initially voted to enter formal discussions about this opportunity. In the coming weeks, they vote once again on the approval of this partnership. The decision to partner with them is one that requires your prayer, support, and approval. On June 15 and 22, we’ll vote as a church on these new opportunities as we prepare to reach Middle Tennessee for Christ. Read more » » »