Covid vaccination town Hall Discussion

Join Mayor John Cooper and the Metro Health Department at our Covid Vaccination Drive-In Town Hall, to be held at Lee Chapel AME Church on this coming Saturday, March 13th from 11am to 12:30pm. The town hall will include a panel of public health professionals and community leaders, ready and able to answer questions we know so many have about the available vaccine. We are working diligently to provide as many vaccines as possible to our community, especially in the North Nashville area.  In the same way the prayer vigils of fall 2020 brought us together, the drive-in town hall seeks to provide a space to support, inform, and most importantly register the folks who need it most to receive the vaccine at the drive-thru vaccination station the following week at the same location. 

For those who Need food

If you are in need of food, 

Break-thru Nashville and Rocketship Public Schools will

host a Food Box Distribution on Saturdays, beginning November 7.  See flyer for details

Tax Relief availble         

DEADLINE  TO  APPLY  - APRIL 5  !         

IN THE COMMUNITY 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.  Here is a message from their president, regarding 2020 graduation plans:

Our ministry with Fisk University, includes 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!!