Following a devastating week, The Church at Lockeland Springs (a regional campus of Brentwood Baptist Church) is keeping hope alive with their announcement to hold a tent-covered worship service in the courtyard this Sunday, March 8, at 10:30 a.m. The tornadoes that invaded East Nashville on Tuesday morning caused significant damage to the 100-year-old church building (located on the corner of 16th and Holly Street), destroying portions of the roof and most of the historic stained-glass windows. However, The Church at Lockeland Springs is welcoming all to gather on-site for a time of reflection, comfort, and encouragement.missing or outdated ad config
Pastor David Hannah mentioned, “Our church building has suffered pretty severe damage, but we will be okay. It’s bricks and mortar; it will be fixed. Right now, our focus is on the community and the people. We are grateful for those who came to cut trees, distribute water, cook food, hang tarps, and more. We will be okay. God is still on the throne.”
While this storm left a destructive path, love still stands in this community, as neighbors, families, and friends are coming together to show care and support for one another. For ways you can get involved in the disaster relief efforts for The Church at Lockeland Springs and other areas affected in Middle Tennessee, please visit BrentwoodBaptist.com/disasterresponse.
The Church at Lockeland Springs is located at 1601 Holly St, Nashville, 37206.