UPDATE ON JULY 12 SERVICES

UPDATE AS OF JULY 2 AT 11AM:

Based on the mayor’s announcement this morning and the roll back to Phase 2 of the Reopening Plan, we have cancelled the live services that were planned for July 12.

Recent Sermons

Brant Bonetti - June 27, 2020

Power of Prayer

Prayers of Paul

Ephesians 1:15-23

Digging Deeper
Use the following questions to deepen your reflection on today's passage, Ephesians 1:15-23.

Head: What do you notice about Paul's prayer?

Heart: Paul prays for believers to be enlightened toward three things: hope in Christ, that God loves them, and the power at work in them. Which of those three things do you need the eyes of your heart enlightened to see more of right now? Why?

Hands: How do you want to pray differently because of this passage this week?

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What does the Gospel say about social injustice?

A Gospel Response

So many heavy things are happening in our world right now.  The COVID-19 pandemic is still affecting our everyday life and now there are protests and violence happening in our beloved city and many other cities across the US.
The Gospel has much to say about social injustice and caring for the poor and marginalized.  Jonathan Nash and I began a conversation today with the hope that you’ll find it helpful as you wrestle with these issues.

 

More Teaching on Social Maturity
Jonathan Nash taught multiple Discipleship Development Workshops on social maturity.  Watch two sessions here.

Financial Assistance

This is an unprecedented time, and we know that emergency needs are arising in our Midtown community.  In response, we have created an emergency benevolence fund to help assist with the financial needs of Midtowners.  If you need help, please click the “I Need Help” button below. Additionally, we have compiled a list of local, state and federal assistance that is available to you.  View the list of resources

Amazingly, many of you have also asked how you can help, so thank you.  If you’d like to contribute to the emergency fund, you can do this by clicking the “I Want to Help” button below.

I WANT TO HELP

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Prayer

Need Prayer?

We know there are so many needs in our community during this season.  Our staff, elders and other Midtowners would love to pray for you.  Take a minute to share your prayer request and pray for the ones listed on the prayer wall.

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Let’s Connect

Our Groups are encouraged to continue meeting informally over the summer either in person or online. If you’re not in a group, we’d love for you to join one. Choose your congregation below and find an open group with other members of your congregation.

Join a 12 South Group

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Who We Are

Who is Midtown Fellowship?

It’s simple. We want to be a movement that actually witnesses people being transformed by the life-giving message of Jesus Christ. We believe that we are called to carry out that mission by planting many different congregations throughout the city of Nashville and beyond.

Midtown Fellowship is one church that is made up of multiple congregations.  Right now, we have four congregations in unique parts of the city – 12 South, Crieve Hall, East Nashville and Granny White. Each of these congregations has its own dedicated staff, but all of our staff works together toward a single vision.  Our hope is that each campus would serve to create an intimate venue for people to hear the gospel, build Christ-centered community and grow in maturity.