Getting Ready for the
35th Season of Room In The Inn

We are gearing up for the Winter Shelter part of our Room In The Inn Ministry. Our biggest need is for a few men who can rotate as drivers to pick up and drop off our guests when we host. Please consider volunteering your time in this way to help enable us to host men throughout the winter months. If you can participate, please contact Amanda Zazworsky.

Also, keep thinking how your small group can plug into our RITI initiative in a way that educates our community about this ministry and helps to connect more people to its mission. If you have any questions, ask Mary Beth Hagan, or if you need help engaging in the community, talk to Jason Bostelman or Jamie Albers.


Nolensville First UMC has been participating in Room In The Inn for many years, providing a warm meal and bed for homeless men during the cold months. All ages in our church family have served here, as well as other churches from the community. In serving our guests, we experience Jesus. Did you know that Room In The Inn also provides year-round services to people experiencing homelessness? Services include education, workforce training, transitional housing, telephone and computer access, and many other ministries at their Nashville location.

As a result of our participation, the Church Council of Stewards has decided to make Room In The Inn our focus ministry over the 2019-2020 season. Our goal is to bring awareness to our community about Room In The Inn  and to provide opportunities for more people to experience Jesus by serving in this ministry. 

We have a team of volunteers who are available to guide you, your Sunday School class, or small group in finding ways to bring awareness to Nolensville of this worthy ministry so others can experience Jesus in service and connection with this ministry. The team members are Mary Beth Hagan, Carol Domaleski, Jason Bostelman, Jamie Albers, Nancy Shade, Amanda Zazworsky, and Kevin Gavin. Feel free to ask any of the team for more details or to talk with Pastor Jimmy.  Remember –

we all have a story to share!