• Scotland Mission Update

    June 19, 2017 Hello from Scotland! It has been a great few days so far. Our teens have jumped right in, meeting new people, starting conversations, and trying new things–like haggis! We spent time with members from church in worship, eating, fellowship, and playing football. We are thankful they shared

  • Welcome Interns

    We are excited to see what God has in store for our interns this summer! He has brought a group of college students passionate about God and about pouring into our students. Children’s Ministry Interns Morgan Ellison grew up here at Harpeth Hills and is a student at Lipscomb University.

  • A Commitment to the Lost

    Church, We, your elders, want to remind you again of our strong commitment to seeking and saving the lost and to encourage you in that effort also. Jesus instructs us in Matthew 28:19-20: Though this commission is always an ongoing effort at Harpeth Hills, we want to spend specific time

  • Sneedville Day Camp

    We having a Sneedville kids day camp again this summer! You can help by donating snacks and drinks for the kids. We are collecting individual sized portions of popcorn, goldfish crackers, granola bars (no peanut butter), Rice Krispies Treats, fruit snacks, juice boxes, and small bottles of Gatorade. Cash and

  • Welcome Tony Tadros

    This Sunday, May 21, we have a special guest speaker in the Men’s Intergenerational Class that usually meets in Room 211. Tony Tadros, Senior Producer of programming for the Arabic language at World Christian Broadcasting, speaks on Islam and gives a report from his recent trip to Cairo. Tony was

  • Special Contribution

    Support Nashville Inner City Ministry • Sunday, May 7 Harpeth Hills has been intimately involved with Nashville Inner City Ministry for over three decades. We believe in the mission of Inner City, and we think no organization is doing more to impact the young people of Nashville. A significant portion

  • Community Baby Shower Update

    Yesterday, as part of Palm Sunday and the events leading up to Easter, our worship service focused on the days and events leading up to the crucifixion of Jesus. We were reminded, among other things, that even in his unimaginable pain and inevitable death, Jesus continued to teach us, as