Who Are We?
We exist to engage the whole person with the whole Gospel: Anywhere, Anytime, with Anybody.
For Student Ministry, this means prayerfully pointing students toward Jesus so that lives are changed and eternities saved. A changed life through following Jesus essentially involves three compulsions.
.. that the Bible is our source for knowledge and therefore reveals the true story of God and humanity. Subsequently, who Jesus is and why we are naturally lost, but through the death and resurrection of Jesus, made God’s children and restored from pain to purpose.
..to a community who consistently and lovingly point one another toward alignment with what we believe. This looks like encouragement, accountability, honesty, and enjoyment.
.. a committed follower of Jesus in His ways and mission. This means taking the Good News of Jesus to the lost and searching in their homes, neighborhoods, schools, teams, and clubs; through love, sacrifice, prayer, and proclamation of the Gospel message.
First Time Guest?
We are thrilled you are considering joining our church family! When you arrive, be sure to find our “New Here, Stop Here” table to get connected with a group, find your friends, and grab some snacks. We will have games before worship, dive into God’s Word, and apply what we are learning through table-based small-group discussion.
Check this out to get a taste of what to expect:
Follow Us: @nolensvillestudents
All Student Worship: “Nolo”
Wednesday’s | The Church at Nolensville 6:30 – 7:45 pm
This is our weekly gathering for all students (Grades 6th-12th), during the school year. Students will have the opportunity to play, sing, and learn from scripture. After, we break out into Small Groups to focus on applying God’s Word to their lives.
Small groups are an incredibly versatile way to reach Nolensville with the Gospel, and even empower students to lead the charge. We hope to effectively do both with this strategy. These groups are led by students, who are trained by adults, and pop-up where there is the opportunity of time and people hungry for Gospel-centered friendships. Many churches ask you to make the first move by visiting; we want to be a church that takes the first step toward you.
Our current Connect Group Offerings:
@ E&B Coffee | Saturday’s 9:30 am (HS Girls)
@ TCAN | Saturday’s 9:00 – 10:30 am (MS Guys)
Spring 2020 Schedule
2nd: Superbowl Party: 5 pm to the end of halftime/7pm (Last Sunday Night Gathering)
5th: All Student (6th-12th) Grade Gathering: “NOLO” 6:30 – 7:45 pm
12th: NOLO: 6:30 – 7:45 pm
19th: NOLO: 6:30 – 7:45 pm
26th: NOLO: 6:30 – 7:45 pm
28 – 29th: Anvil Guys’ Overnight Retreat
2nd: Power Monday Pancakes: 7:15 – 8:15 am
4th: NOLO: 6:30 – 7:45 pm
11th: NOLO: 6:30 – 7:45 pm
13th-14th: Nashville Youth Evangelism Conference (Gauging Interest)
16 – 20th: Spring Break: No Student Gathering
25th: NOLO: 6:30 – 7:45 pm
1st: NOLO: 6:30 – 7:45 pm
8th: Holy Week (Rest): No Student Gathering
15th: NOLO (Easter Service): 6:30 – 7:45 pm
22nd: NOLO: 6:30 – 7:45 pm
29th: NOLO: 6:30 – 7:45 pm
6th: NOLO: 6:30 – 7:45 pm
13th: NOLO: Last of the school year: 6:30 – 7:45 pm
21st: Last Day of School WCS
24th: WCS High School Graduation
1 – 3rd: Middle School Mission Journey (Nashville)
22 – 25th: High School Camp (Nashville)
29th – July 3rd: Middle School Camp (Tacoa Falls)
18 – 24th: High School Mission Journey (Chicago)
We take the Gospel mission seriously but laugh hard and often. We welcome and love students of all stories and backgrounds, and I hope you will come to visit.
Students 6th-12th grade gather on Wednesday nights in our church worship center, just down the street from Nolensville High School
6:30 – 7:45 pm (Come early for games and snacks)
The Church at Nolensville worships together in their new facility, near the Summerlyn neighborhood:
7388 Nolensville Road; Nolensville, TN 37135
Sunday mornings: 9 & 10:30 am
Where do students go?
Grades 6-12 join the adults in the main worship space and are encouraged to contact the Student Minister concerning opportunities to serve alongside adults.
The Student Minister
Alex was born in Alabama, raised in Washington DC, and began a relationship with Jesus as a senior in High School, in Minnesota. He met his wife, Kristina, attending the University of Alabama before earning Masters Degrees from Southwestern Seminary.
The Buckler’s have lived in Nashville and served in the Brentwood Baptist family for three years. They have a deep love for healing the hurt and growing followers of Jesus into tomorrow’s leaders.
Alex enjoys playing with their daughter, as well as talking and hiking with Kristina. Alex finds rest in laughing with friends, reading a book that makes him think, frisbee golf, and working with his hands.
.. for more information and with questions.