Due to the rampant spread of COVID in Tennessee and our region the Elders are trying to keep the building open. To that end, we are asking that…
• When seating, please ONLY SIT WITH PEOPLE IN YOUR OWN HOUSE
• Do not sit near other families
• Also, in the lobby and parking lot, please stay at least 6 feet apart
• Wearing a mask is encouraged when moving about
Dealing with Trying Times
Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things. What you have learned and received and heard and seen in me—practice these things, and the God of peace will be with you.
Be Steady, Still and Know that I am God
David Shannon: President, Freed-Hardeman University
I remember as a child sitting on the seat of an old tricycle-wheeled Super C International tractor, my father sharing the seat with me, teaching me how to lay off rows in the garden. I was only 10 years old. He explained that if I looked down at the ground the rows would be crooked. But if I kept my eyes on a spot at the end of the garden, and drove to it, the rows would be straight. It may sound easy, but it’s not. It is tempting to look down at the plow point and quickly react causing a zig and then a zag. My hands on the wheel would jerk right, then quickly adjust left, then right and left, and then my father’s hand would calmly secure the wheel while speaking kindly in my ear, “Steady, son, steady.” I’d lift my eyes again to the fixed point, calm my hands, and feel at ease.
What should you expect from the Beech Grove Church of Christ?
You will find a friendly spirit
We believe that friendliness is the natural quality of people who are seeking to please God. Our visitors will enjoy a warm welcome, and appreciate the courtesy and cordiality of this congregation. We sincerely hope you will accept our invitation to visit us soon. It will be our pleasure to receive you.
The Worship is sincere and devout
Visitors are favorably impressed by the service designed to draw worshipers closer to God and provide enduring personal strength. Our simple order of worship reflects the practices of Christians in the days of the New Testament. Each Sunday, we sing and pray, participate in the Lord’s Supper, receive instructions from God’s word, and give of our means.