The family at Tusculum seeks out ways to serve our community. We want to help fallen people stand up again. Bridges ministries are not programs run by the church. They are people helping people by feeding the hungry, caring for the homeless, visiting the sick, and improving neighborhoods in the Nashville area. If you can cook food, swing a hammer, wash dishes, sit by a bedside, use a paint brush, talk to people in need, make a phone call, mend clothes, or just spend time with others, then you are qualified to serve! There are many opportunities in various parts of town where you can go beyond the walls of the church and be Jesus in our fallen world. Join us in our great adventure! > Learn More

For more information about Bridges ministries, contact

We support these local ministries:

Bethany Health Clinic (provide communion on Sunday mornings)

Disaster Relief

Room in the Inn (Nov.-March)
It’s that time of year again. With the weather getting colder, there are many in Nashville that will struggle to stay warm at night, as they have nowhere to stay. This year, the program coordinators will be Doug and Janice Gosnell, Michael and Alesandre Glaser, and Tim and Lisa Lampley. It is time  to start signing up to be a volunteer. You can sign up as an individual, but they really want to encourage life groups to sign up for a week. Every Tuesday evening from November through March, we will host homeless men at the building. We will providethem a hot meal, breakfast in the morning, a sack lunch for the day, a shower, and a  warm bed to sleep in. Every week, we will need a number of volunteers to make this run smoothly. If you have questions or want to get involved, please talk to one of this year’s coordinators. Click here to sign-up.
Learn more about Room in the Inn.

Additional Outreach opportunities


Caring by Sharing

Lean on Me