When you pull off of Old Hickory Boulevard onto Hadley Street, you enter “The Village,” one of Nashville’s best preserved historic districts (and best kept secrets). As you make the turn, you feel yourself begin to relax. Century old houses in this walking community give the appearance you are stepping back in time, but be prepared to take a big step forward in your spiritual life. In these calming, cheerful surroundings, caring people gather each Lord’s Day to build each other up in the most holy faith. The Old Hickory Church of Christ is a great place to call “home.”

Our Ministers

Aubrey Johnson

Aubrey Johnson

Preaching Minister
Don Loftis

Don Loftis

Associate Minister

Our Service Times


  • Morning Worship - 9 a.m.
  • Bible Class - 10:20 a.m.
  • Evening Worship - 5 p.m.


  • Bible Class - 7 p.m.


  • Men's Class - 10 a.m.
  • Ladies' Class - 10 a.m.


Adult Bible Class Options

Our Location

Halfway between Hermitage and Madison sits Hadley Street, gateway to Old Hickory Village. “The Village” is a walking neighborhood with its own library, post office, community center, and countless houses on the historic register. Nestled in the heart of the village, you will find the historic meeting house of the Old Hickory Church of Christ. This lovely building houses one of the most attractive sanctuaries you will ever see, but even more beautiful are the people who worship here each week. Come and see why Old Hickory is a great place to call home.

"Hey Siri, drive to 1001 Hadley Avenue, Old Hickory, TN"

What to expect

When you visit the Old Hickory Church of Christ, you will find friendly people who are passionate about following the teachings of the Bible. We are committed to doing things biblically because we believe obedience pleases God and improves you. We call that a 10:10 life (John 10:10). Here are some examples of this commitment:

Our Name - We are Christians. Nothing more, nothing less. What better name could there be?

Our Worship - We gather to worship with our family every first day of the week, the day of our Lord's resurrection.

Our Communion - Like early Christians, we meet around the Lord's table each Sunday to partake in a moving memorial to our Savior.

Our Singing - We sing in the simple, beautiful manner taught by the apostles and practiced by the original church (a cappella).

Our Governance - Like first-century churches, we are an autonomous congregation overseen by a loving group of men called elders.

Our Morals - We follow Jesus' teachings about human relationships including the permanence of marriage between a man and woman.

Our Mission - We share the love of Christ by seeking the lost, serving the poor, and sanctifying the saved.

Who we are

We are followers of Jesus Christ, God's Son, the most loving person who ever lived (1 John 4.19).

Jesus' greatest command is to live a life of love (Matthew 22.37-40).

  • We love God by loving those made in His image (1 John 4.20).
  • We love Jesus by keeping His commandments (John 14.15).
  • We love the lost by sharing the gospel (Mark 16.15-16).
  • We love believers by bearing one another's burdens (Galatians 6.2).

Here are more ways we show and share the love of Christ:

Growing Up - Love for Christ is seen in Christian maturity (Ephesians 4.13)

  1. Believer's baptism (Acts 2.38)
  2. Wholehearted worship (John 4.24)
  3. Serious study (Acts 17.11)
  4. Persistent prayer (Luke 18.1)
  5. Developing discipline (Acts 24.25)

Giving Back - Love for Christ is seen in Christian ministry (1 Peter 4.10)

  1. Holy living (Galatians 5.22-23)
  2. Sacrificial service (Mark 10.45)
  3. Generous giving (2 Corinthians 9.6)
  4. Eager evangelism (Mark 16.15-16)
  5. Earnest endurance (1 Corinthians 15.58)