Articles from Brentwood Baptist Church

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Celebrating the Life of Barbara Glenn

Celebrating the Life of Barbara Glenn

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Barbara Bustin Glenn, our Senior Pastor’s mother. Mrs. Glenn passed from this life to her eternal home July 14, 2018 while she was surrounded by her family.   Mrs. Glenn was born on March 14, 1937 in Laurel, Mississippi. She was preceded in death by her husband of 57 years, John M.... continue reading


5 Questions to Ask When Your Child Gets Home from Camp

5 Questions to Ask When Your Child Gets Home from Camp

A spiritual “mountain-top experience” can be regarded as a momentary, distinct encounter with the living God that is intended to give us new awareness of His authenticity and intimacy. As our children go to camp, the mountain-top experience can become a reality for them. As parents, we have the joy to assist our children in the reentry process... continue reading


Harpeth Heights Baptist Church Merger

Harpeth Heights Baptist Church Merger

UPDATE (June 13, 2018): The results are in, and both Brentwood Baptist and Harpeth Heights Baptist voted overwhelmingly in support of a merger. We'll be working with their church leadership in the coming weeks to complete the legal merger. As Harpeth Heights Baptist Church becomes part of the Brentwood Baptist family, we look forward with eager anticipation to all that... continue reading


Dennis Worley: 25 Years of Faithful Leadership

Dennis Worley: 25 Years of Faithful Leadership

On Sunday, March 11, we have the opportunity to celebrate the leadership of Dennis Worley, who has faithfully served the Worship Ministry of Brentwood Baptist for 25 years. Continue reading to learn more about Dennis, his years in ministry, and what he's excited about for the future of our church.  Congratulations, Dennis, on 25 years! Thank you for your servant heart, your... continue reading


Engage Community Missions Guide

Engage Community Missions Guide

When we talk about engaging Middle Tennessee, we are talking about intentionally reaching out to people in our own backyards and having gospel conversations so that they have the opportunity to encounter Jesus and experience a life-changing relationship with Him. It also means engaging our members to know where we are sending beyond the Middle Tennessee borders. It isn... continue reading


One Hope Weekend

One Hope Weekend

On March 23-25, The Church at Woodbine will host One Hope Weekend. The three-day event will be an effort to continue creating a mission culture at The Church at Woodbine and inspire and motivate members to live missionally by engaging the whole person with the whole gospel of Jesus Christ, anywhere, anytime, with anybody. The event will kick off on... continue reading