people loving nashville
People Loving Nashville seeks to bring hope to the needy in Nashville by meeting physical needs and building relationships based on the love of Jesus Christ. They provide a Monday night meal and clothing distribution to the homeless in downtown Nashville and a Thursday night meal to a low-income apartment complex on Murfreesboro Road. Additionally, The Wild Ones Bible Study – an 8-week academy for mind, body and spirit – serves women who are incarcerated. People Loving Nashville serves with a listening ear, working to cultivate friendships and build community with everyone they meet.
The Refuge Center
The Refuge Center offers affordable professional counseling services to empower, educate, and support individuals, couples, children, and families in need. They were founded on the belief that everyone, regardless of income level, deserves a chance to improve their life and find hope and healing through counseling. The Refuge Center has served 15 counties in Middle TN with 91% of its clients receiving sliding scale fees.
Next Steps - Receive Care
Freedom Prayer is a personal prayer ministry where individuals can schedule a focused prayer time with members of COTC’s Freedom Prayer team. The main goal of this prayer ministry is to allow the Holy Spirit to identify and address things hindering a deeper personal relationship with God. To schedule a prayer session or learn more about this ministry, click here.
Counseling Referral Network
If you would like to speak with someone on our team about a counseling referral, we are here to help. Fill out our form here and someone from our team will be in contact with you shortly.
Re:generation is a weekly discipleship program aimed at helping people discover and live out of their true identity in Christ. Whether you’re struggling with persistent anxiety, wounds from past relationships, codependency, substance, or any other struggle, Re:Gen is designed to help you discover healing and freedom. The program uses the 12-steps of recovery. Whether you are years into your recovery journey, or you’re just curious about taking your first steps toward healing and freedom, we would love for you to join us. If you are interested in learning more or joining us, click here.
Next steps - Give Care
Freedom Prayer Training
We are hosting a Freedom Prayer training on Friday, April 30, from 6:00PM-8:30PM and Saturday, May 1 from 9:00AM-4:30PM at Church of the City Franklin. During this time you will learn the skills and tools necessary to facilitate a prayer session. Learn more and register here.
Suicide Prevention Training
June 14th is our next opportunity host a QPR training. QPR stands for question, persuade and refer. This 90-minute training will give you the tools to approach someone who may be at risk for suicide, ask them questions that will help you understand their situation and assist them in getting help. Register here to join us that night.
Antioch Ministry Center
Church of the City Antioch Ministry Center is located in the city of Antioch, TN – a multiculturally diverse community where many languages and cultures are represented. Our goal is to bridge the gap between the need and the people, being the hands and feet of Jesus by meeting their physical, emotional, personal and spiritual needs. Transforming communities one person at a time for the glory of God.
We believe that change and personal growth is found in the context of community and that is why we encourage our community to be part of the serving opportunities and interactions provided at the Ministry Center. Community engagement encourages people to connect and build meaningful relationships.