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Springapalooza returns on May 7th! Here’s how the day will play out: a short worship service will begin at 10 a.m. (similar to our group chapel atmosphere). Our talented Music Director Nate Strasser and his team will offer more of the same fantastic music we have each Sunday at church. After the worship, the festival begins! We’ll have a blessing of the bikes and trikes, a bounce house, water slides, games, and kiddie pools; plus, the church and preschool will provide hamburgers, hot dogs, and veggie burgers. You can’t beat that for a Sunday morning and lunch!
Here’s what we are asking of you: Please bring your favorite side dish or dessert to share (remember we are a peanut and tree nut-free school) and picnic blanket and lawn chairs to enjoy the day. Please come dressed casually and have your children wear or bring their swimsuits for water fun. And please bring your bikes, trikes, or other wheeled vehicles to be blessed.
So that we have plenty of food, please use the following link to let us know that you are coming: https://goo.gl/F0E3MZ.
People recover from addiction every day. Families are rebuilt. Lives are restored. But recovery rarely happens in a vacuum. It takes a community willing to stand beside the person, to support them, and to help lead them out of the darkness.
The State of Tennessee Department of Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services has launched an exciting, new mission partnering with faith-based communities across the state. Together, we are building a recovery network comprised of compassionate and concerned citizens who are reaching out to those struggling with addictions and connecting them to vital substance abuse services. Your congregation can join this effort.
- Learn about the disease of addiction and understand what recovery is and how both affect the community and how it may be affecting members of your congregation.
- Have the opportunity apply as a Certified Recovery Church OR Faith-Based Organization in the State of Tennessee.
- Receive a digital toolkit in advance that will start to provide information and resources in advance of the meeting.
- Learn about resources in the region and their own community to support their congregation and community members struggling with addiction.
- Learn about Substance Abuse Prevention Coalitions and their work in the communities in Tennessee and how congregations can support coalition’s efforts to prevent substance abuse and what strategies address the impact on the region.
JOIN US ON: March 2, 2017 – 6:00pm to 8:00pm at East Brentwood Presbyterian Church, 9000 Concord Rd, Brentwood, TN 37027 (at the corner of Concord Road and Wilson Pike)
Join us for a thrilling night of film scores, fiddle tunes, Bach, and a 'sneak peek' of Appalachian Rhapsody, a new composition for fiddle, piano and full orchestra... this is a show not to be missed!
WHO: Matt Combs, Grammy-nominated fiddler and former member of the Grand Old Opry house band, and Nate Strasser, film composer, pianist, staff accompanist for the musical theater department at Belmont University and music director at East Brentwood Presbyterian Church.
WHAT: In addition to playing classic fiddle tunes and film scores, Matt and Nate will debut their new composition, Appalachian Rhapsody at EBPC. This violin-piano reduction is a musical, almost cinematic, journey of the history and breadth of fiddle music in America. The orchestral premiere of Appalachian Rhapsody will take place April 13th, 2018 with the Wheeling Symphony. But, you can hear it at EBPC first!
WHEN: Saturday, April 29 at 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: East Brentwood Presbyterian Church on the corner of Wilson Pike and Concord Road. Free parking is available.
DONATIONS: Admission to Appalachian Rhapsody is free. During the concert, we will be asking for a love offering for Nate and Matt so that they can continue their work on Appalachian Rhapsody.
We hope to see you on April 29 at 6:30 p.m. for this one-of-a-kind show!
Please join us THIS SATURDAY, April 22, from 6:30-9:00 pm for adult fellowship and a fun evening at the Morrows. Erin and Louis will be hosting a potluck and will furnish the BBQ meat (pulled pork and chicken) and beverages (inc. wine & beer.) We ask that everyone bring a side dish to share. The Morrows live at 9444 Norwood Dr. in Brentwood. We hope you will join us for this fun evening! RSVP by clicking here: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0a4ea8a92baaf94-adult
9:00-9:45 a.m. We hope you join us for our annual Easter Egg Hunt and other children's activities, along with refreshments, fellowship, and family photos with the flowering cross. We will also be collecting donations for our College Grove Food Pantry. At 10:00 a.m. is the worship service, a musically-rich celebration of the resurrection with Communion. John Hilley, preaching.
"Rejoice" - Our children will boldly lead us into Holy Week as the pageantry begins.
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Join us on Ash Wednesday, March 1st from 7-9:15 a.m. for "Ash & Dash"!
Dash through our driveway at the corner of Concord Rd and Wilson Pike on your way to work, the school drop off line or just out the door. Receive ashes, free coffee and a donut from our friends at The Donut Distillery for your morning commute on this day of reflection. We'll have folks set up from 7 a.m.-9:15 a.m. Come visit us!
For those who drive thru, not only will you receive ashes, coffee, and a donut but you will be given a link to our podcast so as you drive to meet the rest of your day, you can hear music and reflections on the significance of Ash Wednesday and be reminded that God is, ultimately, in charge of your life. And that's good news!
Many thanks to the Donut Distillery for joining us for this special event. Learn more about this family-owned food truck on their Facebook page here!
“A New Day; A New Year” (Virtual Service) – We will not physically gather on this morning in the sanctuary. However, you can link into an online devotional featuring the words of Pastor John and the music of Nate Strasser at any time during that weekend. Watch our website and Facebook page for the link to this special virtual service.
You are invited to a special birthday celebration. Children can arrive in their pajamas for our last gathering in 2016. It will be a potluck breakfast and a time of carols and interactive conversations as we look forward to our future as a strong community of faith in the New Year. Stay tuned for details about ways to support our mission and service ministry by bringing special gifts to share.
Celebrate Christmas Eve at EBPC as we retell the story of Jesus’ birth through music, the scriptures and reflections in this service for all ages.
Nate Strasser will direct the EBPC Kids’ Music and Drama Club’s production, “Christmas Unplugged.” This fantastic musical blends upbeat contemporary music along with some traditional Christmas favorites.
In this show, a local TV station is having a contest for The Biggest, Brightest Christmas Show Ever and EBPC kids are entered to win! They've planned a great show to impress the secret judge – lots of lights, a rockin' carol medley, and even a Silent Night light show. However, all goes well until all the lights go off! It is in the quiet of a small shining star that they are reminded that Jesus is the true Light of Christmas!
Join us for “Upside Down and Inside Out, What's this Advent All About?” children’s ministry workshop. We invite families with children ages 3-5th grade to engage in interactive stations learning about the Season of Advent. The world around us screams for us to desire more "stuff" but the story of Scripture tells us to celebrate love, simplicity and the gift of presence. Explore Advent and turn Christmas upside down!
Our worship service will feature a “mini-cantata” of music prepared by our adult and youth vocalists and instrumentalists. John Hilley, preaching.
Before heading out with the family to view the thousands of luminaries traditionally lit in Brentwood neighborhoods on this night, EBPC invites the community to start their evening with a jazz-inspired Christmas concert led by EBPC Music Director Nate Strasser with refreshments afterwards.
During our worship service, join us to celebrate the 2nd Sunday of Advent with Communion and special music. John Hilley, preaching.