Serve an Hour

As a church, we know first-hand the power that comes from believers stepping out in faith to grow the kingdom of God. This is why we're actively engaged in our community and our world through serving others and sharing Christ with them. You can help us change the world around us by starting at home. Here are a few ministries that need your help and a few local ministry partners. 

I can help!


  • Preschool & Children's Ministry

    We need teachers for all age groups, preschoolers through 5th grade. 

    If you are interested in serving, please contact Jessica Weidlich

  • Student Group Leaders

    As our community grows, we need more Student Group Leaders (6th - 8th grade). If you are interested in this, please contact Matthew Page.

  • HOSPITALITY Ministry

    Enjoy working behind the scenes to help make Sunday mornings more inviting?  Hospitality volunteers are responsible for getting the beverage area ready each Sunday morning (and Special Events) with all necessary condiments.  Volunteers will also assist in organizing hospitality materials.  If you are interested in this, please contact Renee Chilson.

  • PARKING Ministry

    Want to help set up the parking area and be one of the first faces to greet people on Sunday mornings?  Parking Team members care about creating a welcoming and safe environment for guests to connect to Jesus Christ each Sunday. If you are interested in this, please contact Kyle Torti.

  • Nurture Team

    The nurture team serves and supports the church family by providing support and encouragement during times of grief as well as during times of celebration.  If you like to write notes of encouragement or are willing to contact people who are in need then we need your help. If you are interested in this, please contact Tammy Adams.

  • Greeter Ministry

    Come help us welcome guests to our church by opening the door and offering a warm welcome.  Greeters work in teams to ensure that a “guests get the best” first impression is given to each person that is kind and inviting. If you are interested in this, please contact Reggie Frensley.

  • Medical Team

    Volunteers that serve on the Medical Team are available to respond in the event of a medical emergency/issue at the Church at Avenue South.  Volunteers need to be CPR certified. If you are interested in this, please contact Abby Atkinson.

  • Usher Team

    Ushers serve during each of the services on Sunday at the Church at Avenue South.  They work in teams and stand and aid guests in finding their seats before and after services begin.  Ushers also collect offering during each of the services. If you are interested in this, please contact, Mike Ford.


    We’re looking for volunteer photographers, cinematographers, video editors, voiceover talent, and animators to help us communicate the mission & vision of Brentwood Baptist Church across our six campuses. For more information, please contact Alex Lyons


    Are you interested in working the lights, sound, or video on Sunday morning? Experience is not required. For more information or if you would like to sign up, please contact Ronnie Dennis.

  • MDU/Siloam Family Health Center

    Siloam is a non-profit organization that provides free, ongoing healthcare to foreign born refugees who move to Nashville. We partner with Siloam in a variety of ways and to find out more about this ministry visit and to find out how you can get involved contact Stefanie Massey.

  • Carter Lawrence Elementary

    We have an ongoing partnership with Carter Lawrence Elementary School where we provide mentoring, reading buddies, and assist with special events such as musical productions and field days. To find out how you can get involved contact Ruth Hillis.

  • Hope Clinic for Women

    Hope Clinic for Women is a faith based organization designed to help anyone with pregnancy loss, unplanned pregnancies, and postpartum depression. To learn more about this ministry visit and to find out how you can get involved contact Missi Mitchell

  • Room In The Inn

    Room in the Inn is an organization that provides shelter for the homeless and recovery through education, self-help and work.  To learn more about this ministry visit and to find out how you can get involved contact Mary Wilder

  • GEMS for Jesus

    Greet. Eat. Meet. Serve.
    Gems is a ministry of Avenue South led by lay leaders and overseen by members, Ron and Ellen Camacho.This ministry mobilizes members into service through hospitality (cooking/serving), building relationships, and sharing faith. This ministry supports the church's efforts to minister to three specific groups: Carter Lawrence Elementary, collegiate students, and the immediate community surrounding the campus. 

    To find out how you can get involved contact Ron Camacho.