Place of Hope March Updates

Recent News & Updates

• God has blessed us with brand new chairs to replace the old pews in His sanctuary! The last two years have seen a new stage, new paintjob, new carpet, new chairs and a digital projector added to God’s house. Bless all those who came alongside us to make this happen. Our sanctuary has gone from uninhabitable to welcoming, and we are blessed to have this space in which to worship.

• Work has started on our major renovation projects. Crews have started to drill holes 500 feet into the ground around POH for our new geothermal heating and cooling system. Stay tuned for more updates on our new roof and building-wide HVAC system.

• April 20th will be Place of Hope’s 11th Birthday!

Friday Night Hope

• Friday Night Hope, our homeless outreach ministry, continues to offer practical and eternal help to Nashville’s neediest folk. March outreach dates are March 2nd, 16th and 30th.

• With winter here and the cold temperatures at night, we have switched gears a bit. Many people who would normally come to the parking lot are now staying at the mission or Room in the Inn. However, God continues to lead us to those few remaining people who He needs us to help. Thanks to all our volunteers who brave the cold to come out and be of service.

• All are welcome to join us! We meet at NRC, 1600 Elm Hill Pike, at about 6pm for a hotdog dinner before setting up in the parking lot at the corner of 4th and Lafayette. Check our website, www.placeofhopetn.org for a calendar of scheduled outreach nights.

Nashville Recovery Church

• Nashville Recovery Church has found a new drummer in Bob Bradley to replace Anthony Stovall, who has gone back to Illinois to be with family. Bob is a professor at TSU and a humble rock’n’roll follower of Christ.

Other News

• In February, the Place of Hope received a $65,000 grant for homeless assistance! We are grateful for the opportunity to serve the homeless more through this blessing.

“The groove gets the music to that muddy place where it needs to be.”
~Brother Mike Coupe


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