Brentwood Campus News

  1. Brentwood Baptist Orchestra presents

    Brentwood Baptist Orchestra presents

    April 17th, 2014

    Featuring all three orchestras, including adults, students, and young strings, this concert took place on Sunday, April 6. The lineup included unique musical selections such as a flash mob to open the evening and a piece highlighting a marching drum line and vocal team. Six high school seniors were recognized … (continue reading)

  2. Get to Know Your Minister: Brian Coates

    Get to Know Your Minister: Brian Coates

    April 4th, 2014

    Name: Brian Coates Title: Discipleship & Administration Pastor, The Church at Station Hill PERSONAL Where are you from originally? Springfield, Virginia (a suburb of Washington D.C.) Where were you educated? Belmont University and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary What's your personal… (continue reading)

  3. Get to Know Your Minister: Matthew Page

    Get to Know Your Minister: Matthew Page

    March 20th, 2014

    Name: Matthew Page Title:The Church at Avenue South Discipleship/Missions Minister PERSONAL Where are you from originally? Jackson, Tennessee Where were you educated? Union University Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary How did Jesus change your life? I was born and raised in a Christian… (continue reading)

  4. Station Hill LIFE Groups feed hungry children through Jet Pack Program

    Station Hill LIFE Groups feed hungry children through Jet Pack Program

    March 13th, 2014

    The biggest mission partner at Station Hill is The Well, a local food pantry in Spring Hill. Every year, the church supports them by hosting food drives, stocking supplies in their office, and sending volunteers to serve at mobile food pantries. However, the most consistent support Station Hill members give… (continue reading)

  5. Living Hope movie premieres on campus to kick off U.S. tour

    Living Hope movie premieres on campus to kick off U.S. tour

    February 26th, 2014

    On Sunday, February 23, Living Hope, a feature-length film on one of our Hope for the World Missions Offering partners, premiered on our campus, kicking off their U.S. tour. Crowds gathered at 6:30 p.m. in the Worship Center to view the presentation—with more than 1,150 in attendance. Before … (continue reading)