Church Picnic & Outdoor Fun

Church-Wide Picnic and Outdoor Fun

Everyone (all ages) is invited to a fun day with our church family! Join the fun on Saturday, July 28th from 10:00AM-3:00PM. We have Cub World reserved at Boxwell. There will be canoes, paddle board, kayaks, paddle boat and sail boats. There is also an area for swimming. During aquatic activities life jackets have to be worn at all times regardless of age and swimming ability. There is a fishing area. Bring your fishing pole. CubWorld has themed areas and “playground” types of structures -two pirate ships, a castle, a fort, and a Native American village! We will enjoy lunch in the air conditioned pavilion. Lunch will be provided! (You will be given the opportunity to donate toward food costs, like fellowship meal.) All activities are FREE! After lunch, we will have a friendly church-wide game of kick ball. Click here to sign-up.

Caring by Sharing

On Saturday, August 4, 2018, (8:30 AM-1:00 PM) the Tusculum Church of Christ will hold its annual “Caring by Sharing” clothing giveaway. Just in time for school, this incredible service event offers only FREE clothing for the entire Nashville community. Open to anyone, no specific requirements other than registration on day of the event! Free childcare for infants through 6 years old provided while parents shop for clothes.

Everything we do is because we believe that Jesus Christ is the son of the one true God. We believe that he lived on this earth and gave his life for each of us so we could have a relationship with him both now and forever.

We believe these three elements are vital to personal spiritual growth and are critical to our congregational spiritual well being.

It’s all about Him.

While worship is something we do all day every day, we can think of no better way to start each week than gathering as a body to praise Him together. We begin at 9 AM each Sunday morning.

All of our acts of worship are strictly voluntary and you may participate according to your comfort level. We will never intentionally do anything to embarrass you – such as ask you to stand so we can identify you. We have a “come as you are” attitude and you will find our members dressed in everything from suits to jeans.

Our services consist of communion, prayers, scripture readings, a sermon, and singing praises through a capella music.

We are all ministers.

Showing Jesus to the world often begins by meeting physical needs. We believe we are called to be an outward-focused church where every member is a minister.


We were all visitors once…

Community is paramount to a healthy spiritual life. From worship assemblies and Bible studies to service projects and Home Groups, you will find a variety of opportunities to connect with others.