We support the growth and development of our youth, the accomplishments of our church family and the empowerment of our community towards a well-rounded and powerfully self-sustaining existence.

We offer yearly scholarships to support first generation college students through 

American Baptist College's "Vision 100" fund.

We actively engage in ministry with Fisk University, providing assistance with clothing and coaching for students facing job interviews; a 'Welcome Freshmen" gift bag  to new students seeking the security of home as they begin a new journey, mentoring and tutoring  students as needs arise.

We are dedicated to assisting with essential needs at 18th Avenue Enrichment Center; and we welcome singers in the community who are looking for a place to plant and grow their musical gifts.  

Call us if you'd like to participate!!  


Cultural Humility:  Exploring Culture, Race.power and privilege in our lives and workplaces

Cultural Humility: Exploring culture, race, power and privilege in our lives and work places, May 1
On May 1st,  Melanie Tervalon will give introduction to Cultural Humility,  Exploring culture, race, power and privilege in our lives and work places. Learn about the history, principles and practices of cultural humility. Understand the contrast between cultural competence and cultural humility and consider the distinctions for your work with individuals and families. Consider how the principles of cultural humility are an invitation to examine and explore culture, race, power and privilege in our past lives. This event is made possible by:  Meharry-Vanderbilt (MV) Community Engaged Research Core (CERC)Meharry Community Engagement CoreMeharry-Vanderbilt Alliance and the  Trial Innovation Network. Lunch provided for those who register. CMEs available. 


WHEN: Wednesday, May 1, 2019, 12 PM -1 PMCST


WHERE: Meharry Medical College | The Cal Turner Center - Auditorium | 1011 21st Ave North, Nashville, TN




FOR QUESTIONS: Please contact Carol Galvez at or call (615)963-6947
* Transportation from the Vanderbilt University Medical Center is available.

coats to kids in need

Kudos to our Men's and Women's Fellowships for their leadership in providing 19 "COATS FOR KIDS" at Churchwell Museum Magnet Elementary here in North Nashville where we are blessed to serve.

Howard Congregational UCC