TNUMC Archives & History
Methodists have long been meticulous record keepers, publishers of Christian materials, worshipers in historic churches, and difference-makers in the world. As such, the Tennessee and Memphis Conferences have an abundant and fascinating history. There are two main organizations engaged in the preservation of the archives and history – The Commission on Archives and History, and the Tennessee Conference Historical Society. The Tennessee and Memphis Conference Archives are housed at the John Abernathy Smith Heritage Center, a museum and depository open to anyone interested in Methodist history in Tennessee. We would love for you to visit!
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Chase & Associates
Dr. Stephanie Chase, PHD is a Psychologist in Nashville, TN. She is not accepting new patients and has not yet indicated that she accepts telehealth appointments. Be sure to call ahead with Dr. Chase to book an appointment.
520 Commerce St Ste 101 Nashville, TN 37203
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Since 1893, Monroe Harding has been changing young people’s lives. We step in as a family, providing resources for Homes, Healing, and Opportunity, what we call the “H20” that is vital to helping young people succeed. Today, through our foster families and our Supportive Housing programs we provide safe, loving and supportive homes. Our Youth Connections Resource Center is “homebase” for young people aging out of care, a place where they can find encouragement through academic support, financial literacy, workforce development and learn the life skills that young adults need to succeed.
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VOICE, LITERACY, COMMUNITY, & LEADERSHIP
We offer creative solutions for fostering an engaged youth culture and addressing literacy, diversity, and social emotional needs. Check out our school residencies, clubs, assemblies, and out-of-school workshops at libraries, schools, colleges, and community organizations.
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Our Mission: Sharing God’s love in Nashville by caring for the homeless and displaced, while disrupting cycles of poverty. Non-Profit Statement: The Restoration Pointe is a ministry born out of McKendree United Methodist Church, that is a 501(c)(3) non-profit with its own board, staff and operating budget.
The Restoration Pointe encompasses and directs several ministries that provide services for the displaced and homeless neighbors in Nashville / Davidson County. The primary ministries include the 5 & 2 Meal (a weekly lunch), Clothes ReStore (free clothes giveaway), the Foundry Shelter (a temporary transitional housing for eight men), and soon, a free dental clinic.
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Feed the Need Nashville
“NOT ALL OF US CAN DO GREAT THINGS BUT… WE CAN DO SMALL THINGS WITH GREAT LOVE”. Our Mission: Sharing God’s love in Nashville by caring for the homeless and displaced, while disrupting cycles of poverty. As part of Feed the Need Nashville’s services, they offers meals as well as other services from the McKendree church on Wednesdays and functions under the umbrella of The Restoration Pointe.
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