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Nashville Festival Charity Recap

It's hard to believe the Nashville festival is almost two months behind us. We hope you are all enjoying the slower paced summer months! Before we get full swing into the planning of the 2014 Festival in Minneapolis we thought a recap of some of the great charitable fundraisers from 2013 was in order. It was a really successful week and three groups benefited from your overwhelming generosity.

We invited the First Baptist Youth Group to hold a bake sale all week to help raise funds for their

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We're Ready for Festival 2013!

Ready for Festival 2013The Nashville ground crew has put on the finishing touches at First Baptist Church (108 7th Ave. South), and we are prepared for more than 1,700 participants for the 2013 Festival of Homiletics.

Registration is now open!

Tonight's program will kick off with music from Ashley Cleveland and Beth Nielsen Chapman starting at 6:30 p.m. -- make sure to get to First Baptist early to secure your seat -- doors open at 5:30 p.m. The sanctuary will be filled to capacity and overflow seating will be in the

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Our third venue is the beautiful historic cathedral Christ Church of Nashville!

“Almighty God, you made us in your image and call us to share in the renewal of this world: Inspire us to seek and serve Christ in all persons, that the proclamation of your Good News in our worship, in our words, and in our work may lead us into the fullness of your love; through him who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever. Amen.” – Christ Church Cathedral Parish Mission Prayer

Organized in 1829 Christ church was Nashville’s first Episcopal

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Downtown Presbyterian Church Second Venue

“We are a downtown church.  Some regard this as a handicap.  I look upon it as an asset.  Give me a church where life is densest, and human need is greatest – not a church in some sequestered sylvan retreat, not a temple in some lonely solitude far removed from the walks of life and attended only by the children of privilege and leisure, but give me a church whose doorstep is on the pavement, against whose walls beat and lap the tides of labor, whose hymns mingle with

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Nashville's Best Eats!

"Nashville’s palate offers everything from Southern fare to haute cuisine with quite literally everything in between. Here, a perfect barbecue is as celebrated as the most spectacular creation from any of the city's award-winning chefs. Whether it's a family-friendly meal, dinner and a show or a romantic night on the town, the city's restaurants serve every dish with a side of Southern hospitality." states Nashville's Convention & Visitors Bureau. So check out all that Nashville's culinary

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