First time here?

If you're new to Fellowship Bible Church, take a minute to get to know us. Whether you join our family of faith or another, our greatest hope is not that you would simply check boxes in your faith journey, but that you would follow Jesus wherever He leads. We want to help in any way that we can.

Franklin Rd. Construction

Due to heavy construction on Franklin Rd., we recommend using the Concord Rd. entrance which we share with our neighbors at Brentwood Baptist (see North Entrance on map).

Fellowship Brentwood Campus Map
Click on map for a high-res version

Meet our teaching pastors

 
Rob Sweet, Lead Pastor

Rob Sweet

Lead Pastor
 

Rob Sweet was born and raised in a strong Christian home where he often heard his family talk about Jesus. Rob decided to put his faith in Christ one night after his mom explained that God could forgive his sins and come into his life because of Jesus’ death and resurrection. They prayed together and celebrated Rob’s decision…

Learn more about Rob
Lloyd Shadrach, Teaching Pastor

Lloyd Shadrach

Teaching Pastor
 

Lloyd grew up in a military family that eventually settled down in Clarksville, TN. When he was a senior in high school, Lloyd trusted Christ as his Lord and Savior. His spiritual journey grew most significantly during his college years through the work and ministry of Campus Crusade for Christ at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville…

Learn more about Lloyd
Current Teaching Series
Current Teaching Series at Brentwood Campus
Active Faith: Wholehearted Life in the Book of James

New Testament scholar and author Earl Palmer writes, “This is the book of plain talk in the New Testament and one of the best cures for religious, political and social straitjackets…James is an original…and he has written a book sure to offend everyone in some way.” James “offends” us in the best possible way, he makes us uncomfortable if our words of faith are not matched by works of faith. He does not allow more than a few words to pass, before he pauses as if to say – “Okay, if you say you understand this, show me how you will live in light of it.” It’s the kind of discomfort that produces experiential faith, which is the only faith that really matters. The only kind of faith that produces wholehearted life in us, and through us.

Go to series page
Global OutreachView all posts
Local OutreachView all posts

Outreach Opportunities

We are excited to link arms with our Local Outreach Partners in many different ways. Please check back as this list of Outreach Opportunities will be updated from time to time as our Partners' needs change.

Group Volunteering - Have Dinner with Franktown Kids

Want to serve as a Fellowship group?  Franktown Open Hearts invites groups to provide and eat meals with their at-risk students in Franklin on Monday nights.  For more information, contact Crystal Tinnon.

Mentor Men in Recovery

Nashville Rescue Mission needs volunteers to serve as 12 Step recovery small group facilitators on Thursday evenings, 7-8:30pm.  For more information, contact Ken Engel.

Immigrant Cultural Immersion Experience

On Saturday, March 2nd, 10am-1pm, we're partnering with Siloam Health to host an experience for you, your family, or your Fellowship Group to learn about immigrants and refugees in our city and how you can get involved in their lives. We'll be touring Siloam Health, doing a scavenger hunt to immerse ourselves in the culture, and wrapping up with lunch at Plaza Mariachi.  This event is kid-friendly too!  For more information and to register, click HERE

Family Volunteer Day at Preston Taylor Ministries

Preston Taylor Ministries is having a Family Volunteer Day on February 23rd from 3:00-6:00pm at the Wilson Center (4014 Indiana Ave, Nashville). Volunteers will be mulching the playground, cleaning the building, and having dinner together. To attend, contact PTM's Volunteer Coordinator Bethany Jones.

Teacher Appreciation at Tusculum Elementary

Each month during the school year, we appreciate and encourage the teachers at Tusculum Elementary in Nashville in various ways.  If you would like to participate in our teacher appreciation efforts at Tusculum, contact Katherine Paxton

Group Volunteering - Serve a Refugee family in Nashville

Looking to serve as a small group?  Siloam Health's Nashville Neighbors initiative gives your group the opportunity to walk alongside a newly-arrived refugee family in Nashville to help them transition to life in the US and build a relationship with them.  For more information, click HERE

Have questions?

Lauren Young, our Guest Connections Director, would love to help.

Lauren Young
Lauren Young
Guest Connections Director