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SCC Announcements

Hospital / Rehab:

  • ♥  Lena Russell continues rehab in Life Care of Hickory Woods room 201.
  • ♥  Peggy Taylor continues rehab in Life Care of Hickory Woods room 219.


  • ♥  Tommy Abston passed his kidney stone and has also been sick with a cold.
  • ♥  Scott Anderson continues to struggle with his eye, and prayers are requested that his eye will heal and that his sight will be re- stored.
  • ♥  Bill Davis continues to be in a lot of pain from gout in his foot.
  • ♥  Lissa Hale, a good friend of Amanda Gilreath, has been dismissed from rehab and continues therapy at home.
  • ♥  Eddie Harris is recovering following successful, outpatient spine surgery on Monday, January 14th to repair a bulging disc.
  • ♥  Carl Rushing, brother-in-law of Edna Clendenin, suffered sever- al mini strokes and is scheduled to undergo surgery for a clogged artery on Mon. Jan. 21st. Prayers are also requested for
  • Edna’s sister, Mary (wife of Carl).
  • ♥  Camden and Evelynn Walden, twin children of Robin Walden, grandchildren of Raymond and Sherry Walden, and great nephew and niece of Robert and Marietta Walden, are each scheduled to undergo a tonsillectomy on January 21st.
  • ♥  Wanda Todd came forward on Sunday, January 6th and asked for prayers and to be restored. Wanda is the mother of Cara Thomas and grandmother of Jeremiah LeFlore.


  • ♥  We extend our sympathy to the family and friends of Christopher Spradling, who passed away suddenly in Nevada from heart failure. Chris and his family and Sharon Thornhill, his mother in- law, are known to many in the Smyrna church.
  • ♥  We extend our sympathy to Marilyn Taylor and her family in the loss of her brother-in-law Charles Butler, who passed away at the age of 87 January 6th. Please remember Marilyn and her family in your prayers.

Happy Birthday!

Evelyn Graham will celebrate her 92nd birthday this Sunday, January 20th. Happy birthday, Evelyn!


Thank You!

Dear Brothers and Sisters, Thank you for all the prayers, encouragement and cards during my knee surgery. Love, Sharon and Eugene Daley



Thank You!

To My Church Family, I want to thank you for the Christmas basket. I am enjoying it very much. Thanks also for all the cards, Christmas and others. I wish I could thank each one personally, this note is to all of you. I miss being at worship, maybe soon I pray. Love to everyone, Evelyn Graham



Thank You!

Church Family, There are no words to adequately express our love and appreciation for all the support, love and prayers for our family and Thatcher this past year. God answered your prayers. He [Thatcher] is home with his family and continues to gain strength and show improvement. At this time, he is being home schooled! We love each and everyone of you. “Consider it pure joy, my brethren, whenever you face trials of many kinds.” James 1:2 Through you, God has shown His goodness. You’re a Blessing to us.  With love, In Him, Roy and Kay Helton and Crissy and Jeremy Dunn



Thank You!

To My Church Family, I want to thank you for the Christmas basket. I am enjoying it very much. Thanks also for all the cards, Christmas and others. I wish I could thank each one personally, this Thank you very much for the Christmas basket of goodies. Also, for the cards each week and the worship service. Your kindness and love is appreciated. Nolen Kelly



Thank You!

Thank you to my church family for the Christmas basket, goodies and all the prayers, nice cards and messages. They all gave me a lot of encouragement during my time of health struggles. I love my church family. In Christian love, Nancy Simmons


Volunteers Needed at the Pantry!

Volunteers, men or women, are needed to help serve at the church food pantry on Mondays. If you are interested, please call Wayne Anderson at 615-476-0810.


Women at His well

Ladies, you are invited to the next “Women at His Well” on Monday, January 21st at 6:30 in the church fellowship hall. The theme will be “New Year,” and the menu will be “potluck.” We hope you will be able to join us!  Note: Host volunteers are needed for “Women at His Well” to continue in 2019. Please contact Karen Morgan at 615-625-3422.


Men’s Ministry Meeting

Men, mark your calendars! The men’s ministry meeting will be held on Wednesday, January 30th in the education building room EDU 6 follow- ing the evening Bible classes.



Widows’ and Widowers’ Luncheon

The Young Families group will be hosting a lunch for all Widows and Widowers on Sunday, February 3rd in the fellowship hall following Bible classes. Widows and Widowers, please call the church office to sign up.


Children’s Ministry

We are looking for volunteers for the spring quarter (Feb. – Apr. 2019) Please let Kris know if you would like to serve in the Children’s Ministry.


Address Change

Zach and KristyAnn Grimes and family – 414 Lehman Street, Woodbury, TN 37190


Joyful Noise

May 1st (Last Wed. of the quarter) also:  July 31st


YAH Valentine’s Party

(4th—8th graders needed to serve) Feb. 9th 6:00p


Easter Egg Hunt

April 13th @ 10a

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

Our Biblical Beliefs


7Smyrna Church of Christ: Agape Nashville Smyrna Church of Christ: Real Mean of God




Smyrna Church of Christ: Wings–Women in God's Service

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