1412 Brick Church Pike
Nashville, TN 37207
Phone: (615) 226-3230
Fax: (615) 262-7611
For your next big catered event why not try a down home theme. Cawthon's Caterer serves up some of the best southern cookin' you have ever tasted. Jack Cawthon and his team of professionals will prepare Southern classics like slow roasted Tennessee pork shoulder and succulent barbecue ribs. You can select from a number of entrees, vegetable dishes and desserts or opt for one of the made-to-order menus. Prices vary by menu items and quantity.
Established in the year 1946, Riverside Chapel Seventh Day had a 26-member charter at the time of its inception. The church strives for a community that nurtures God's love and existence. Elder Furman Fordham II started as a minister here in the year 2006 and today, he guides more than 650 individuals of Riverside neighborhood on the path of religion and faith. Ministries run by Riverside Chapel Seventh Day include Hold Me Tight, KnowUniversity and KNOW.GROW.SOW among others. KnowU strives to promote the study of Bible and spread Lord's word. Zumba Ministry offers demanding yet interactive zumba workout sessions while Riverside Hiking group meets one day every week where the members go for a short hike or a stroll exploring the neighborhood's nature and woods.
Grace Apostolic Church is not just a place of worship but also a spacious complex complete with administrative offices, classrooms, kitchens, dining areas, gymnasium, auditorium and childcare center. Dr. Elder Boyd has made remarkable contributions to community service, education and imparting the gospel to people from all walks of life. The ministries at Grace include H.E.A.L, Your Ministry, Sisters of Virtue which are actively involved in public welfare.
In 1889, a tiny mission called North 6th Street Baptist church started in a tower block structure, with the efforts of Reverend William H. Bailey. It was eventually set up as Cleveland Street Missionary Baptist Church in the year 1922. Today, the church is guided by four core values, 'ASPP (Affirm, Serve, Proclaim, Promote).' Firstly, it strives to extend God's love to everyone, by creating fellowship and spreading good to everyone. Secondly, it works to serve the needy through its ministries that cater to the spiritual, societal and emotional problems crippling the church's community. Thirdly, it wishes to illustrate God's love and lastly, it encourages prayer and Bible study regularly.
The Watkins College Of Art Design & Film is a fantastic college located in Nashville. With a strong faculty and staff, this college seeks to invite students interested in Art and Design to learn further in the subject and promote their work. The college offers Bachelor Degrees in Film, Fine arts, Interior Design, Photography and Graphic Design. Watkins has excellent facilities and equipment to help the students gain practical information as well as the usual theoretical knowledge in the respective fields.
Faith United Missionary's first ever communion service and prayer program was conducted in the year 1974. Today, this Baptist place of worship promotes God's love and believes in loving and serving people, and observing God's Word. Its vision focuses on ministering people's lives in a holistic way and advancing the Master's Kingdom by fostering compassion and good deeds. Ministries include Evangelism & Outreach Ministry, Men's Ministry, Music & Worship Ministry and Women's Ministry. Faith United Missionary has collaborated with Preston Taylor Ministries to conduct a free session for 20 children living in the neighborhood. The church facilities are well-maintained and rightly equipped for various community events.
Spread across 18 square blocks in Nashville, Historic Germantown evokes strong memories of the city's past through its resplendent architecture and history. The legendary Oktoberfest which originated in Germany is fervently celebrated here each October, and spells non-stop fun for residents and visitors who revel in the street parties, concerts, food stalls, bric-a-brac stalls, pet shows and more. A visit to Nashville is incomplete without a visit to Germantown.
Edgefield Baptist Church dates back to the Civil War period, when residents of Edgefield and East Nashville would meet to pray in their homes in times of bloodshed. In the year 1866, a Sunday school was organized here by First Baptist. Today, Edgefield Baptist Church remains a community of God's followers who believe in spreading his love and serving humanity. Its ministries are designed to address various needs and situations. Rejoice Ministries provides less fortunate children dance training and imparting religious values. EBC Student Ministry and Edgefield Kids Ministry also offer a range of programs for kids and teens. An active participant in community events, this church participates in programs like American Cancer Society's Relay for Life and NBA Christmas Toy Store. Its media center and library stock a collection on an array of topics centering on faith and religion. The building's facility including fellowship hall and sanctuary can be rented for community events. Edgefield Small Groups meet on a monthly basis and participate in various fellowship activities.
Tulip Street United Methodist dates back to the year 1859 when the congregation was first established in Edgefield town. Several architectural pundits opine that the church's sanctuary is a fine specimen of Neo-Romanesque style in Nashville. Table, pews, pulpit chairs and the altar rail are authentic and carved manually. Tulip Street United Methodist runs the Community Care Fellowship Ministry to support the impoverished and destitute of the neighborhood. Welcome Home Ministries strives to provide livelihood to those recovering from personal trauma and sickness.
The capital city of Tennessee, Nashville may be a person's idea of modernization. However, with its urban cityscape and modern structures, the city yet does not fail to emote its cultural side to one and all. The residents of Nashville are all connoisseurs of music and this is very much evident from the number of concert halls and performance auditoriums they have in the city. The civil war, brought about major changes in Nashville's economy and is deeply rooted within the culture of the city. A number of performances based of these themes is one of the many major attractions of Nashville.
Inglewood Baptist Church brings people of the community together through its various events and dinners. It helps them understand spirituality through various sermons and studies. The Church is an active center that doesn't shy away from engaging with its members no matter what their age. It facilitates the spiritual growth of the community and helps bring them all together.
Broadmoor Baptist Church is a welcoming parish that functions with a goal to reach out to the community and to bring more and more people towards the church's services. It provides various seminars to guide people towards a kind of spiritual maturity and to strengthen their faith. The church abides by its various core values and also forms a healthy environment to facilitate religious education to children.