The Church at Woodbine loves Middle Tennessee and serves with several local ministries in the areas of child vulnerabilities, education, food insecurities, healthcare, international communities, and poverty.
Learn more about our ministry partners and how you can get involved below!
Project Connect Nashville exists to break the poverty cycle through relationship, resources, and education in partnership with the local church. Through our long-term programming, individuals are given the opportunity to become stable and hopeful. Visit our site at The Church at Woodbine for one of our classes, provide a meal, and get to know someone!
Begin Anew serves the Middle Tennessee area through three locations in Davidson County (Nashville, Madison, and Woodbine) as well as one location in Williamson County (Franklin). The program provides three curriculum tracks for students: High School Equivalency test preparation, English Language Learning, and Computer/Job Skills.
We provide financial support to our Hope for the World ministry partners in Middle Tennessee, the U.S., and around the world. These partners are involved in caring for the needs, building relationships, and sharing the gospel in their communities every day. We believe that every person plays a role in these efforts. That’s what makes our Hope for The World Partnership so special. And, there is a way for every person in the church to be involved.
Every Girl Counts
Hope Clinic for Women
Hope For Tomorrow Children’s Home
Men of Valor
Set Free Church, Nashville
Siloam Health Clinic
Tennessee Baptist Children’s Home
Trek-X (formerly Mobilizing Students)
Welcome Home Ministries
Disaster Relief/World Hunger: Baptist Global Response
Orphan Care Fund: Sweet Sleep, Freedom’s Promise
Medical Dental Unit (MDU)
The Medical Dental Unit is a ministry extension of Brentwood Baptist Church that began in 2013. It is a mobile unit customized to provide free, limited medical and dental care to those in need for the purpose of sharing the gospel.
The Disaster Relief ministry of Brentwood Baptist Church responds to disasters in our community, across the United States, and around the world. We clean up trees after storms, provide roof tarping, and rebuild homes for people affected by different types of disasters. We respond to tornados, floods, fires, hurricanes, and man-made catastrophes. Our biggest need is volunteers, both skilled and unskilled.