Harpeth Presbyterian
Church

615.373.8387

office@harpethpresbyterianchurch.org

3077 Hillsboro Rd.

Brentwood, TN 37027

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Local Ministries

2018 Mission Trip Opportunities:

Young Adult:  May 16-19. We are going to Birmingham, Alabama, for a Habitat Build. Let's go and make a difference!

Youth Group:    July 8 - 15. We are going to St. Simons Island, GA. We will be going out into the community to assist in volunteer opportunities.  

Red Cross Blood Drive

The Red Cross Bloodmobile comes to Harpeth Presbyterian Church one Sunday morning a month where the bus stays filled all morning!! Thanks to all who help give blood.  Your donation helps save a life.  Our church is a congregation of cheerful givers!

Williamson County Habitat For Humanity

Habitat for Humanity helps build simple, decent houses in partnership with those in need using volunteer labor and donations.

 

Volunteers helped to build a home in Fairview in 2013.  Habitat is an exciting opportunity to partner with families to help them realize the dream of home ownership.  More than two dozen members of Harpeth worked alongside other volunteers and Habitat families to take a house from foundation to roof in one weekend! 

Room in the Inn

Members of Harpeth gather periodically throughout the year to help serve breakfast to Nashville's homeless population at Downtown Presbyterian Church in Nashville.

Love On Wheels

Our Harpeth Youth Group took a field trip down the street to visit Love On Wheels and feel in love with their mission. They work with our congregation throughout the year to make blankets, love notes, and gather donations for the suitcases Love On Wheels provides for children entering the foster care system.

Second Harvest Food Bank

Harpeth gathers donations around the holidays for holiday food baskets that Second Harest Food Bank puts together. We also go to Second Harvest Food Bank periodically throughout the year to volunteer.

The Harpeth Youth take part in 'random acts of kindness' during the holiday season and periodically throughout the year. They do things like cook and deliver food to the seniors of our congregation, take food to the homeless in our area, pay for people's food and drink orders, etc. They find a different way to serve someone in our community and follow through on the idea.

Random Acts of Kindness