Then in 1982, 49 acres of land became available at 2323 Old Hickory Boulevard. There were three tracts of land, owned by five different people. God graciously allowed us to purchase the property and we built what is now our Building B, elementary classroom space, gym, fellowship hall and chapel. We met for worship in the “gymnatorium” for the first time on May 13, 1984, and used that space for worship until our sanctuary was completed in November of 1996.The other two major decisions have shaped us in growth and impact. Christ Presbyterian Academy opened its doors in September 1985 and Salama Urban Ministry began that same year, ministering in various ways in the Edgehill Community of Nashville.Several Nashville area churches have their “roots” at Christ Presbyterian Church. Christ Community Church in Franklin, TN, Covenant Presbyterian Church in Nashville, Midtown Fellowship in Nashville and Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Dickson, TN were all birthed from the ministry here at CPC..Church OfficeAddress 2323 Old Hickory Blvd., Nashville, TN 37215Phone 615-373-2311Email firstname.lastname@example.org Office Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
Tayst RestaurantSustainability PledgeThis page is an effort to explain my purpose and goals for operating a sustainable business. We are utilizing small local farms that grow without pesticides and fertilizers. We are minimizing our waste through recycling and composting, we are decreasing our energy usage across the board, and we are working to become carbon free in order to protect our resources. Truthfully, the green thing was an evolution. As my style of cooking evolved, I noticed a driving passion to use local ingredients developing. The more I became involved in the world of local food the more I realized the benefits it provided: incredibly superior flavor, more nutritious foods, community support, the rebuilding of relationships with food growers, the subsistence of local farms and the impact that has on the future of my children and grandchildren. A natural byproduct of buying local is the change in mentality and habits in order to protect the environment. Our existence is dependent on the ability to grow food; buying local teaches you to look for people who farm in a manner that improves the soil. They farm for the future. When you realize the importance of the whole environment in growing your food, you start to pay attention to all of the other factors that affect it.This philosophy began to influence all of my decisions; it became infectious. I not only cared about which farm I used and their growing techniques, I cared about the toxicity of the paraffin in my candles. I cared about the waste my one little restaurant produced being open only five nights a week. I cared about the lights, the paper, and the cleaning products. My eyes were opened to the connections between the growing of the food and everything else that went into serving it to my guests. Food is a wonderful representation of the state of the earth it is grown in. When the earth suffers, food production suffers, and when the earth is healthy, food production flourishes. It takes the nutrients from the air, soil and water and turns it into nutrients for us. We in turn use those nutrients and return them to the earth. In 2007 I decided that my views about using sustainable food should be reflected throughout my business. We are, after all, a chef-driven restaurant. I started looking at what I could change within the restaurant to become more environmentally friendly. I found the GRA (Green Restaurant Association) and initiated the steps to become certified ‘green’, with the hope of putting my restaurant on a path to having the lightest possible footprint.As passionate as I am about this subject, I am also realistic in my goals. I don’t believe that we can all change on a dime. I do believe in making a commitment and doing as much as you can, when you can.There are lots of amazing green initiatives out there, there are lots of people saying they are green when they are not (known as ‘green washing’), and there is a lot of preaching. We don’t pay attention to any of that. I chose to get tayst certified as a green restaurant because I wanted to make sure the question marks were removed from the equation. I don’t go table to table lecturing everyone, but I do hope that my actions can show people that it is possible. It can be done. 2100 21st Avenue South • Nashville, TN 37212 • 615.383.1953
Oaklawn Plantation Springhill TNThis 1835 home built by Absalom Thompson became famous when Gen. John Bell Hood spent the night there on Nov. 29, 1864. It was also the home of George Jones and Tammy Wynette for a short while. Oaklawn is currently owned by Ron Shuff of Shuff's Music in Franklin, Tennessee and Spring Hill Music in Spring Hill, Tennessee. At present there are no plans for the future other than preservation. However, Oaklawn is available for Weddings, Parties, and Conferences. Call Shuff's Music and Piano Showroom today at 615-261-8888 (piano showroom) or 615-790-6139 (music store). If you have any other questions or comments, please CONTACT US
Find Your Way at First Presbyterian Church First Presbyterian Church is located in the heart of the City of Oak Hill, a satellite city within Nashville, TN. We are easily accessible from I-65 on the southside of downtown Nashville.From I-65, exit Harding Place West. Turn left (south) onto Franklin Road. The church is two blocks south on the west side of Franklin Road. A driveway entrance is located off Franklin Road as well as from the side street adjoining the church property, Tyne Boulevard.Welcome to First Presbyterian Church Welcome to the First Presbyterian Church of Nashville's Website! We are the oldest congregation in Nashville, Tennessee, yet our best chapters in a long and full history are those we are presently making!My name is Todd Jones, and I am privileged to serve as the Pastor of this wonderful church family. I hope that you will visit our website and learn more about the exciting ministry and mission activities and opportunities available to you.
Contact Us: 33 Burton Hills Blvd Nashville, TN 37215 P. (615) 383-2206 F. (615) 383-3093 Our History and MissionCovenant Presbyterian Church was organized in the fall of 1990 by the Nashville Presbytery in order to establish a ministry in the heart of Nashville. The first worship service met at the Sugartree Clubhouse with 38 people present. By the spring of 1991 over 100 charter members had committed themselves to the church. Located in the heart of Green Hills and therefore easily accessible from every direction membership today numbers over 2000.
Stones River Country ClubStones River Golf Course http://www.golflink.com/golf-courses/course.aspx?course=1049256#ixzz1W0Bs2PwR1830 NW Broad Street Murfreesboro, TN 37130United States P: (615) 893-1353 F: (615) 896-4433 http://www.stonesrivercc.orgStones River Country Club is an 18-hole regulation length golf course in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. This short layout will reward good shots and provide a fun golf outing for everyone. Online tee times may be available at Stones River Country Club or at nearby golf courses, usually offered at a discount from the normal rate.
Weddings at Gaylord OprylandWedding Ceremonies, Receptions & Events (Nashville, Tennessee)Your wedding is the culmination of a lifetime of dreams, so the experience should be as flawless as it is stunning. Gaylord Opryland provides an array of custom options and services that will make the details for your grandest wedding dreams all come together—effortlessly.Allow our team of wedding experts to help create an unforgettable experience that you and your guests will treasure forever. We are here to make the planning process easy and—more importantly—enjoyable! When you choose to host your event with us, you gain access to:•Full-service planning team, including a wedding coordinator who will ensure your event runs smoothly•Limitless options for planning related weddings events, such as rehearsal dinners, bridal teas and wedding showers•Numerous recreation and entertainment options for your guests (golf, spa, swimming, fitness center and much more) Extraordinary SettingsWe offer a wide array of extraordinary settings and environments to create a one-of-a-kind experience you and your guests will remember forever.Gaylord Opryland ResortImagine an outdoor setting with zero chance of rain. It's a dream come true when your wedding takes place among the resort's nine acres of gorgeous indoor gardens and waterfalls. Choose from several settings within the hotel.Gaylord Springs Golf Links Beautiful fairways create a scenic backdrop for a picture-perfect indoor or outdoor wedding or an ideal location for a rehearsal dinner, wedding reception, party or shower.Riverboat CruiseExchange vows on a shimmering sunset cruise then dance the night away under the stars with friends and family aboard the Music City Queen or the General Jackson.Whether declaring your love with a spirited celebration of hundreds or an intimate gathering with family and friends, you'll find the ideal place for all your wedding events:•Bridal showers•Bachelor and bachelorette parties•Wedding rehearsal dinners•Magnificent ceremonies•Wedding receptions•Honeymoons•Farewell brunches Contact Gaylord Opryland's Weddings Team Start planning your dream wedding today! Just complete our Request for Proposal to be contacted by someone from our Weddings Team. You may also contact us at (615) 458-2152.
WELCOME TO RICHLAND COUNTRY CLUB! Nestled on 170 acres of rolling hills with breathtaking views, Richland Country Club is steeped in the history, elegance and grace of Tennessee.It is the tradition of friendliness and of premier club facilities, blended together in a beautiful setting and surrounded by our Jack Nicklaus signature golf course.Amenities include our 18 hole - par 72 golf course, tennis facilities with indoor and outdoor courts, swimming pool, fitness and wellness facilities, meeting rooms, banquet rooms and dining areas for all occasions.For our members, Richland is their home away from home - a place to connect, relax and enjoy the simple pleasures of life.One Club DriveNashville, TN 37215615-370-0030Fax: 615-371-8452 CateringWelcome to the Richland Country Club Catering Department. We hope you will find the information on these pages to be beneficial as you plan your social or business event. Their famous Chef has put together a wonderful menu packet with choices for breakfasts, lunches, dinners and receptions. We will also be more than happy to create a menu for you.It is our desire to make planning a party or corporate event a pleasant experience for you. Specialized linen, musicians, special occasion cakes, floral arrangements, etc. can all be coordinated by our catering department. We hope you will find this the ultimate "one stop shopping" experience.Also on the catering pages you will find information about upcoming events. Please feel free to contact me via this site or by phone with any questions you might have regarding any aspect of party or corporate planning.Beth Anderson, Director of Catering and Sales515-2310 email@example.com
Brentwood Baptist Church•April 19 Brentwood Baptist celebrates 40 years of ministry in a churchwide and community gathering. In addition, a new wing of Brentwood Baptist is dedicated, which includes the Connection Center, Connection Cafe, and Connection Bookstore.•December 20 Baskin Chapel is dedicated in a special service.2010Contact UsBrentwood Baptist Church7777 Concord Rd.Brentwood, TN firstname.lastname@example.orgFacebook: facebook.com/brentwoodbaptistTwitter: twitter.com/brentwoodbc and twitter.com/mikeglenn
25th at West End Ave Centennial Park Nashville, TN 37201 615-862-8431Fax: email@example.comAbout the Parthenon The Parthenon stands proudly as the centerpiece of Centennial Park, Nashville's premier urban park. The re-creation of the 42-foot statue Athena is the focus of the Parthenon just as it was in ancient Greece. The building and the Athena statue are both full-scale replicas of the Athenian originals.Originally built for Tennessee's 1897 Centennial Exposition, this replica of the original Parthenon in Athens serves as a monument to what is considered the pinnacle of classical architecture. The plaster replicas of the Parthenon Marbles found in the Naos are direct casts of the original sculptures which adorned the pediments of the Athenian Parthenon, dating back to 438 B.C. The originals of these powerful fragments are housed in the British Museum in London. The Parthenon also serves as the city of Nashville's art museum. The focus of the Parthenon's permanent collection is a group of 63 paintings by 19th and 20th century American artists donated by James M. Cowan. Additional gallery spaces provide a venue for a variety of temporary shows and exhibits.•Main Phone: (615) 862-8431•Main Fax: (615) 880-2265•Mailing Address: The Parthenon, P O Box 196340, Nashville, TN 37219-6340•Special Events: Laura Carrillo •Tour and Reservations Information: firstname.lastname@example.org•Volunteer Opportunities: Wesley Painelaura.email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
A Short History of the Woodmont Hills ChurchThe background of the Family of God at Woodmont Hills is filled with interesting people and events. We believe God's hand has been on those people and has guided those events. Recalling them helps us realize our debt to Christian men and women who have gone before us.The Family of God at Woodmont HIlls3710 Franklin Road Nashville, TN 37204(615) 297-8551Fax (615) email@example.com
Ellington Agricultural CenterOnce a private estate, the 207 acre Ellington Agricultural Center is now headquarters for the Tennessee Department of Agriculture, TWRA, and is a branch location for various agencies. Read More About Its History. Located 10 miles south of downtown Nashville, the Center is the heart of the state's agricultural interests. DirectionsAll weddings held at the Ellington Center are conducted in the Iris Garden. Arrangements should be made with Ginny Russell evenings after 6:00 pm at (615) 883-4338.Tennessee Department of AgricultureEllington Agricultural CenterP.O. Box 40627Nashville, TN 37204Public Information Office: TN.Agriculture@tn.gov To call the Department:(615) 837-5103
Benton Chapel, Vanderbilt University. Own this Business?Suggest Correction411 21st Av S (21st Avenue & Scarritt Place) Nashville, TN 37240 36.1467 -86.8009 Get Map & Directions »Vanderbilt University - Benton ChapelBenton Chapel is located at the Divinity School, next to Central Library. Benton Chapel is part of the John Frederick Oberlin Divinity Quadrangle, built in 1959 and later named to commemorate the 1966 merger of Oberlin College Graduate School of Theology with Vanderbilt Divinity School. The Chapel itself is named for John Keith Benton, dean of the Divinity School from 1939 to 1956. Harvie Branscomb, chancellor from 1946 to 1963, and his wife, Margaret, are interred in the west wall.
Welcome to the West EndDiscover a modern hotel near Vanderbilt University boasting elegant decor, indulgent amenities, and the most accommodating service in Music City. Ideal for business and leisure travelers, Nashville Marriott Hotel at Vanderbilt University boasts 301 hotel rooms and six suites and a spacious 11,000 square feet of event space. Perfect for meetings, social gatherings, family travel or weekend escapes, our exquisite location makes us the leading choice in Nashville West End hotels. Generous amenities and attentive service come together to deliver a personable and enjoyable experience in the land of country music, cowboy boots and the Tennessee Titans.When seeking Nashville West End hotels, consider Nashville Marriott. Within walking distance of over 50 restaurants and numerous entertainment venues, and ideally situated on the Vanderbilt University campus, we offer the smartest choice among downtown Nashville hotels for travelers looking to experience the best of this exhilarating city. In addition to the West End, there are a number of must-see places and our complimentary shuttle conveniently takes you wherever you like within a 2-mile radius. From downtown music venues to the renowned Parthenon, the attractions on our area guide are certainly diverse.Our guests also have the opportunity to indulge in many onsite offerings, including our delectable restaurant Latitude and our sleek lounge Longitude. Guests can refresh in our indoor pool, work out at our fitness center that overlooks the field at Vanderbilt University, and pick up some gifts and sundries at Grab ‘n’ Go Gift Shop. Whether visiting Tennessee for business or leisure, you are sure to have a most pleasant stay at our hotel near Vanderbilt University, the superlative choice among Nashville West End hotels. Welcome to Nashville.Contact Nashville Marriott HotelYour Home Base on the West EndTake a break from the everyday and immerse yourself in the comforts of our hotel in Nashville TN. Featuring spacious rooms and suites with numerous amenities, dining onsite and a convenient location, Marriott Vanderbilt Hotel is your ideal destination for business and leisure travel to Nashville.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Nashville Marriott2555 West End AvenueNashville, Tennessee 37203 USAPhone: (615) 321-1300Fax: (615) 321-1400Sales: (615) 340-5141Sales fax: (615) 340-5142Toll-Free: (800) 228-9290Email: firstname.lastname@example.org