EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH OF AMERICA (ELCA)
We are the church that shares a living, daring confidence in God’s grace. Liberated by our faith, we embrace you as a whole person—questions, complexities and all.
ELCA SOUTHEASTERN SYNOD (SES)
The Southeastern Synod is made up of 160 congregations—including St. Timothy—and new starts across Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, and Tennessee. As one of 65 synods in the ELCA, we are called to be the hands and feet of Jesus in the communities that we serve. Together we extend our ministry and our reach around the country and around the world.
SOUTHEASTERN SYNOD LUTHERAN YOUTH ORGANIZATION (SESLYO)
SESLYO meets in Assembly once a year but is represented by the SESLYO Board—which consists of representatives from across the Synod, as well as youth representing LGBTQ+ youth and Differently Abled Youth. This board is elected at the annual Assembly and serves to guide youth ministry across our synod working with the adult leaders coordinating the All State Events (ALL GEORGIA, ALL TENNESSEE and ALASSIPPI), as well as serving in leadership opportunities at AFFIRM and serving as voting members at the Southeastern Synod Assembly.
RECONCILING WORKS (RIC)
Reconciling Works is an independent, Lutheran, membership-supported organization, committed to strengthening all of God’s beloved for authentic, visible, faithful lives and to work for systemic change within the church and society.
LUTHERAN WORLD RELIEF (LWR)
Affirming God’s love for all people, LWR works with Lutherans and partners around the world to end poverty, injustice and human suffering.
LUTHERAN DISASTER RESPONSE (LDR)
LDR brings God’s hope, healing and renewal to people whose lives have been disrupted by disasters in the United States and around the world.
Inspiritus delivers programs and services to help individuals and families progress in four measurable markers of a thriving life: basic needs, stability/safety, community integration and self-sufficiency/self-determination.
TRINITY HOPE HAITIAN FEEDING PROGRAM
TrinityHOPE provides nutritious meals in 141 Christian Schools throughout Haiti.
HENDERSONVILLE SAMARITAN CENTER
The Samaritan Center provides help to families and individuals through assistance with food, living expenses and referrals to help agencies.
ROOM in the INN
Room in the Inn provides programs that emphasize human development and recovery through education, self-help and work, centered in community and long term support for those who call the streets of Nashville home.
GRACE PLACE MINISTRY
Grace Place is a ministry that serves single mothers and their children who are experiencing homelessness.
COMMUNITY CHILDCARE SERVICES
Hendersonville Community Childcare provides a hand up to working parents, in order to help them afford quality daycare through a sliding scale payment system based upon family income.
HABITAT for HUMANITY
Habitat for Humanity of Sumner County helps families build and improve places to call home. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes alongside volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage.
Choices Recovery provides safe, sober recovery housing and support services for women in early recovery from a substance use disorder.
SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER OF HENDERSONVILLE
The Center provides the facility, equipment, and programming necessary to enhance the physical, mental, and emotional well-being of persons age 50 years and older.
The mission of Goodwill of Middle Tennessee is to change lives through education, training, and employment.
UNITED WAY OF SUMNER COUNTY
United Way seeks to improve lives by mobilizing the caring power of the community to advance the common good.
The PFLAG Chapter Network–with over 400 chapters across the country–provides confidential peer support, education, and advocacy to LGBTQ+ people, their parents and families, and allies. PFLAG chapters are in communities in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.
TENNESSEE SUICIDE PREVENTION NETWORK
The Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network (TSPN) is the statewide public-private grass-roots association which includes counselors, mental health professionals, physicians, clergy, journalists, social workers, and law enforcement personnel, as well as survivors of suicide and suicide attempts. TSPN works across the state to eliminate the stigma of suicide and educate communities about the warning signs of suicide, with the ultimate intention of reducing suicide rates in the state of Tennessee.