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New Members!

We welcome Jody Chapman to the family at Smyrna. Jody was married to Jonathan Chapman on December 13, 2019. Jonathan and his sons, Kaiden (age 10) and Dalton (age 8) have been long-time members of the Smyrna church.



Thank You!

Dear Church family, Thank you just isn’t enough for all the acts of love and encouragement during this time! We are so blessed by everyone and are very grateful. May God continue to bless you, Jerry & Aleta (Lee) [Burgess] Gary and Terry [Cozart] and family



Thank You!

Thank you for the “brother” framed poem, your prayers and your concerns in the loss of my brother, Roy.  In Christian love,  Robert Mullins


Thank You!

This note is from the 2-day Smyrna Christian School teachers thanking those in the Smyrna church family for your notes, goodies, and gifts.



Women at His Well Dinner and Devo

All ladies are invited to the next “Women at His Well” dinner and devo on Monday, January 27th, at 6:30 p.m. at the home of Tracy Richardson, 5019 Willowbend Drive, Murfreesboro. The menu will be “Favorite Sandwich and Favorite Pie.” Sign up at the welcome center!

Elders, Deacon & Ministry Leaders Meeting!

Men, mark your calendars! A meeting will be held for all elders, deacons, and ministry leaders on Wednesday, January 29th, in the education building room EDU 6/7 following Bible classes.


Wednesday Men’s Class, New Study Begins

Roy Helton will begin a new series, “Modern Judaism” (unusual facts about Judaism today) on Wednesday, January 29th. All men are encouraged to join other Christian brothers each Wednesday morning at 8:00 at 106B Church Street. If you have questions, please contact Robert Mullins at 615-390-3152.




Widow and Widowers Lunch

Attention Widows and Widowers! The Young Families Ministry will be hosting a Widows and Widowers Lunch on Sunday, February 2nd, in the fellowship hall following Bible classes. Please call the church office to sign-up by January 31st. Everything will be provided. Please come and let the Young Families Ministry serve and love on you!


Joyful Noise

3rd – 5th Grades – January 29th



YAH Valentine’s Dinner

3rd—5th graders serve Feb. 8th



Egg Hunt

April 4th




June 28th—July 3rd





July 19th—22nd

Inspiring Each Other to Glorify Christ by Growing, Connecting & Reaching

The Church is God's spiritual family. It is made up of all those who have chosen to place their trust and faith in Jesus and who are His followers (disciples). The Church is not a building or one particular group of believers. To belong to the Church, is to belong to Jesus. The Bible uses the analogy that Jesus is the Head of the Church, which is His body. God's will is for the Church to gather regularly to worship its Head, Jesus, to use its various gifts and abilities to serve its Head, to love and encourage those who are in the body, and to work diligently to maintain the unity of the body. It is expected that every member of the church will assemble for worship on each Lord's day and participate in the sharing of the Lord's supper, which is a central part of the worship service. The whole church family invests in the spiritual growth of each other, especially our children and teens. Therefore we believe the assembly of the saints should take precedence over all other activities so that all will be edified and our youth will grow in admonition of the Lord. Church should be a hospital for the hurting. A place to turn to - seeking guidance and peace from sin and sorrow - not a place to be condemned. Church is where we should all turn for reconciliation. As the members of His Church love one another and maintain unity of purpose and relationship, the world around us will recognize that we belong to Jesus. The Church or body is to seek to do the will of God, which also includes loving and saving the world through Jesus Christ. The church is guided by the Word of God.

Matthew 16:15-18; John 17:20-23; John 13:34-35; Acts 2:42-47; Acts 20:7; 1 Corinthians 12:12-27; Ephesians 1:22-23; Ephesians 2:19-22; 1 Peter 2:4-10