Please join us in our historic Sanctuary:
8:30am Contemporary Worship
10:45am Classic Worship
Thank you for all your generosity for those affected by the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria. 100% of all funds raised for earthquake relief will be used for relief.
However, there are also costs to running a mission organization, so on Sunday, March 19, we will take a special offering that underwrites UMCOR’s “costs of doing business,” allowing UMCOR to keep the promise that 100% of any gift to a specific UMCOR project will go toward that project, not administrative costs. Visit here for more information about UMCOR.
Due to critical need, we will be hosting an additional blood drive on Friday, March 31, 10am-3pm in the Fellowship Hall. Please make an appointment at www.RedCrossBlood.org using the sponsor code “Nolensville.” Want to streamline your donation? Visit www.RedCrossBlood.org/RapidPass.
We will wrap up our winter season by hosting guests from Room In The Inn on March 31. Contact Jason Holley for ways to help.
The items we are collecting in March are boxed cereal and Fuel Bag items. Please leave them in the GraceWorks baskets in the breezeway or in the foyer. Thank you!
Ebenezer UMC is hosting the Nolensville Gratitude Group, an Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting, every Monday at 5:30pm in the Fellowship Hall at Ebenezer, 101 King Street. The meetings last one hour.
Providence Baptist Church hosts the Nolensville Food Pantry on Thursday mornings, 9am-12pm. At other times call first: 615-283-8197.
NAMI advocates for access to services, treatment, supports, research, raising awareness, and building a community of hope for all of those in need. NAMI also organizes Family Support Groups for family, friends, and caregivers of individuals living with a mental health condition For more information, visit nami.org or contact Cory & Mark Gatliff.