Everyone is a part of a family. In that family, you have a place where you fit and play a specific role. It's the same way in our church family. We've got a place just for you.
The Church at Station Hill
In the worldview of the historically famous artist Vincent Van Gogh, the church represented a dark place of judgement and exclusion. It was a place with no doors, a place where he didn't feel welcome.
Brentwood Baptist Church wants to create doors for those who need to enter into a relationship with Jesus Christ. In order to do that, we must send our people out to invite them in.
We're excited to share with you that The Church at Station Hill, the first regional campus of Brentwood Baptist Church, launched February 28, 2010.
It's in our DNA. Brentwood Baptist started meeting in the basement of the Tennessee Baptist Children's Home more than 40 years ago with the mission of reaching a growing community of young families.
Today, families in the Spring Hill and Thompson's Station areas are connecting, worshipping and serving together as a body of believers. We're committed to bringing the hope of Christ to the places where we live, work, and play for the glory of God.