Brentwood United Methodist Church

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Welcome to Brentwood UMC

We are glad you are here! We would love to have you join us in worship in one of our various services. We offer worship services on Saturday and Sunday. These services range from traditional to blended.

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Service Times

Saturday Evening
6:00 pm Casual/traditional

Sunday Mornings

8:15 am Traditional/blended
9:45 am Contemporary
11:05 am Traditional

Directions

We are located at 309 Franklin Road, Brentwood, TN.  We are directly across from the Brentwood Place Shopping Center, 1.5 miles south of Old Hickory Blvd.

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For Adults

We have many opportunities each week to help connect you with others. Whether that’s in a Sunday morning class, a small group, a short-term class, or a Disciple Bible Study group. 

Sunday Morning Classes Short-term Classes

For Your Children

We have many opportunities each week to connect your preschoolers and elementary aged children with others and to grow their faith.

MORE INFO HERE Weekday preschools

For Your Teens

We have many ministry opportunities going on each week to help you connect with others, grow in your faith and use your gifts. If you are a new youth to BUMC in the 7th-12th grade, we hope you will join us on a Sunday night for worship, small groups, and youth choir.

Weekly ScheduleYouth Choirs

The Way Forward

Dr. Davis Chappell and Dr. Laura Brantley followed up with the BUMC community after the Called General Conference in February 2019 to discuss the events and outcomes of the conference to lead into a new season of discernment at Brentwood United Methodist Church.

 March 13 AUDIO   MARCH 13 VIDEO

Resources

Praying Our Way Forward Presentation of 3 Plans Chart of 3 Plans Bibliography  JANUARY 23, 2019 REFUEL   FEBRUARY 6, 2019 REFUEL

*About the Commission: The Commission on a Way Forward was created after the 2016 General Conference approved a motion for the Council of Bishops to name a commission that would explore options to keep the unity of the church that had been threatened over the question of inclusion of LGBTQ persons. The Commission was a diverse body that represented the global church with members coming from nine countries with a variety of theological perspectives. The Commission was one-third laity, one-third clergy, and one-third bishops and included younger persons, LGBTQ persons, professors, administrators, pastors, youth ministers, campus ministers, lay leaders, large church pastors, and persons identified with renewal and advocacy groups.