Ash Wednesday service is tonight, March 5, at 7:00. Service includes communion and imposition of ashes. The service will be held in the chapel so please enter through the fellowship hall doors on 5th ave. There is free parking for the service at the Premier parking lot directly across the street.
A lenten supper of red beans and rice will be served at 6:00 in the fellowship hall.
Please come join us!
Celebrate Christmas Day by joining us for worship, communion, and some favorite hymns at 11:00 in the chapel. Parking is free in the Premier Parking lot across the street. Please enter through the wooden (Fellowship Hall) doors on the 5th Ave side of the building.
Downtown Presbyterian Church will house part of the Americana Music Festival on Thursday, September 19.
Entrance to the part of the Americana Music Festival held at the church will cost $15 at the door unless you have the $50 wristband that includes all of the shows all weekend (9/18-22).
Beloved – Premier Parking has installed automatic payment machines and let go of all their parking attendants. That means there are no longer tickets we can validate and they will be policing often to make sure no one is taking advantage of them.
Our Property and Administration Committee elders, Denny Harris and Alan Edwards, have worked out the following agreement.
Come out for an old-fashioned "Supper and Song" Potluck Dinner on Sunday, June 23rd at 6:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. We'll celebrate the completion of all the exterior work done on the church this year - cleaning, painting, stained glass, and new LED lights. Find your grandmother's favorite recipe for a casserole, side dish or dessert to share, along with a story or memory of the dish. Tea and lemonade will be provide.
Nashville Food Bloggers invite you to Dinner and a Movie to Fight Hunger: A screening of “A Place at the Table” and Food Advocacy Fair hosted by Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee, The Tennessean and Delvin Farms at 6 p.m. in the Downtown Presbyterian Church chapel.
“A Place at the Table,” a documentary film by the people who brought us “Food, Inc.,” follows three families struggling with food insecurity to show how hunger poses serious economic, social and cultural implications.