A Place to Call Home
A peaceful feeling comes over you when you hear the word “home.” Home is familiar faces and love across ages. It is comfort, encouragement, and accountability. Home is where everyone pitches in for the good of the family. It is where you create precious memories to carry with you all the way into eternity. Old Hickory is a great place to call “home.”
A Place to Belong
A church family is a safe place where children are grounded in God's Word. It is a supportive place where couples dream about the future they will build for God's glory. It is a serene place where older saints find purpose and love. Whatever your stage in life, Old Hickory is a great place to call home.
A Place to Dream
The Old Hickory Church of Christ has a sacred purpose and a shared dream: We want lost people to have eternal life in heaven and saved people to have abundant life on earth (John 10.10). We are committed to helping you glorify God by living your best possible life. That is why Old Hickory is a great place to call home.
A Place to Grow
Paul said the church is the pillar and ground of truth (1 Timothy 3.15). That means the church exists to shorten life’s learning curve. Life is too short and the tuition is too high to learn everything through the school of hard knocks. How much better to learn skills of abundant living the way Jesus intended: in a caring, supportive church family.
The church is a school for the soul: A safe place to learn (2 Timothy 2.15), make mistakes (Matthew 18.21-22), correct them (Galatians 6.1), and grow (1 Thessalonians 3.12). Patient, loving support makes Old Hickory a great place to call home.
A Place to Serve
In Paul’s night vision, a man called out, “Come over to Macedonia and help us” (Acts 16.9). Today, we invite you to, “Come over and help us in a great work we are doing for God’s glory.” The Old Hickory Church of Christ has a vision for raising up soul conscious saints to be a vital presence in our community. Might God be calling you? We know what Paul did with his vision. What will you do with yours? If you are soul-minded and servant-hearted, come see why Old Hickory would be a great place to call home (and serve)!
A Place to Celebrate
Heaven is the final home of the soul, but Jesus’ church is His home for souls on earth. Homes that please God are pleasant places where you find belonging, support, and encouragement. Churches that please God are no different. Old Hickory is a God-centered, love-based, Word-honoring, growth-focused, family-blessing, joy-filled church. If you believe the gospel is worth celebrating, come and see why Old Hickory is a great place to call home.
Old Hickory is the real deal. From our first visit, we’ve been surrounded by people that genuinely care about us and our spiritual well-being.
The people here showed such care for my mother that it convinced me to start going back to church because of their goodness.
Here you’ll find a genuine welcome, a firm handshake, forgiving hearts, loving conversations, and a solid foundation for growing spiritually.
There are many older folks who get involved with the youth in every stage of life.
OH is a great place to call home because of cherished friendships. They are my extended family.
The love and support of the church family make OH a great place to call home.
“Having somewhere to go is Home. Having someone to love is Family. Having both is a Blessing.” Old Hickory Church of Christ is a great place to call Home with our loving Christian Family. What a Blessing!
Old Hickory pursues ways to uplift children in our community with Bible-based lessons, activities, retreats, and benevolence ministries to equip them to be successful in their lives.
So blessed to call Old Hickory Church of Christ our home. No other place we would rather be then with our amazing church family. With wonderful leadership from Aubrey Johnson, Mason Hale, and Don Loftis this is going to be a great year and many more to follow.
The Old Hickory congregation is a great place to call home because we are a diverse group of people who share a common belief that the Scriptures are our only guide for life and worship.