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CONNECT. PREPARE. SEND. A CELEBRATION OF HOW GOD IS WORKING IN & THROUGH THE PEOPLE & MINISTRIES OF BRENTWOOD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH


»» Our

Mission

MAKING DISCIPLES OF JESUS CHRIST FOR THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE WORLD


CONNECT. Connecting people to Christ and Christian community

PREPARE. Preparing people of all ages to become committed followers of Jesus Christ

SEND.

Sending people into the world to share the love of Christ in word and in deed


REV. DAVIS CHAPPELL, SENIOR PASTOR

"GO THEREFORE AND MAKE DISCIPLES OF ALL NATIONS, BAPTIZING THEM IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER AND OF THE SON AND OF THE HOLY SPIRIT,  AND TEACHING THEM TO OBEY EVERYTHING THAT I HAVE COMMANDED YOU. AND REMEMBER, I AM WITH YOU ALWAYS, TO THE END OF THE AGE.” MATTHEW 28:19-20


»» Friends

O

in Christ,

ur mission as a community of faith is to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.

We strive to make disciples by connecting people to Jesus Christ and Christian fellowship, preparing people for a life of discipleship, helping them to grow in their walk with God in their daily lives, and sending people into the world to share the love of Christ in word and in deed. Please take the time to browse through these pages and discover the many ways that God is working in and through the people and ministries of BUMC, and using our gifts, both individually and corporately, in our common ministry. God is moving among us in unique ways. What a privilege it is to be in partnership in the work of God’s kingdom! Yours in Christ, Davis


CONCERTS & SEASONAL WORSHIP SERVICES AND EXPERIENCES

PLUS

ATTENDEES AT 150-VOICE YOUTH ADVENT CONCERTS

1,000

AT 5 CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICES

7,000

CHILDREN & YOUTH SERVING IN WORSHIP CHOIRS WEEKLY

320

ADULTS SERVING IN WORSHIP MINISTRIES

500+

IN 4 WEEKLY WORSHIP SERVICES

2,000

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WORSHIP & ARTS

MISSION / EQUIPPING AND EMPOWERING PEOPLE TO

ENGAGE WITH GOD THROUGH WORSHIP AND THE ARTS


Micah 6:8 "'With what should I come before the Lord, and bow down before God on high? Shall I come before Him with burnt offerings, with calves a year old? Will the Lord be pleased with thousands of rams, with ten thousand rivers of oil? Shall I give my firstborn for my transgression, the fruit of my body for the sin of my soul?' He has told you, O man, what is good —  and what does the Lord require of you, but to do justice and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?"

“AS WE PASS THE PEACE OF CHRIST AROUND THE SANCTUARY, I AM MINDFUL THAT NONE OF US PROBABLY IS EXPERIENCING THE PEACE OF CHRIST IN ALL ITS BEAUTY AND FULLNESS. MY HEART SWELLS WITH THE DESIRE FOR US ALL TO DO SO. MY PRAYERS BEGIN FOR THAT TO BE SO, AND CONTINUE THROUGHOUT THE WEEK.” - PAT RALLS


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EVANGELISM & HOSPITALITY MISSION / EMPOWERING BUMC TO BE A WITNESS FOR CHRIST IN OUR LOCAL COMMUNITY AND BEYOND, AND WELCOMING AND ENGAGING ALL THOSE WHO WE ENCOUNTER

349 NEW MEMBERS

132 CONFIRMATION PROFESSING MEMBERS

56 INFANT BAPTISMS

34 YOUTH & ADULT BAPTISMS HUNDREDS OF HOSPITALITY VOLUNTEERS Launching Point: Get a snapshot of who we are and what we value, and learn the next step in becoming more connected to the congregational life of the church. 2nd Sundays at 9:45am and 11:00am in Memorial Chapel.


"DO NOT NEGLECT TO SHOW HOSPITALITY TO STRANGERS, FOR BY DOING THAT SOME HAVE ENTERTAINED ANGELS WITHOUT KNOWING IT." - HEBREWS 13:2


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PRAYER, CARE & SUPPORT MISSION / OFFERING THE HOPE OF CHRIST IN THE MIDST OF BROKENNESS & LOSS

GROUP CARE OFFERED THROUGH: Cancer Support: Partners in Hope, Career Transitions Support Group, Memory Loss Caregiver Respite: Sunny Day Club, Alzheimer’s Encouragement Group, Infertility Support, Transplant Support, Divorce Recovery, Boundaries Support Class, Grief Support, Adult ADHD/ADD Support Group.

INDIVIDUAL CARE OFFERED THROUGH: 14 CARE & SUPPORT GROUPS / 7 DAYS / 52 WEEKS

Home and hospital visitation, calls, in-home communion visits, flower deliveries, prayers, GraceNotes, prayer shawls, pastoral counseling, and Stephen Ministry

VISITATION MINISTRIES 6,500 CALLS, HOME + COMMUNION VISITS & FLOWER DELIVERIES

3,000+ SPECIFIC PRAYERS, CARDS, & PRAYER SHAWLS


CHALLENGE: HOW DO I KNOW WHERE GOD IS LEADING ME TO SERVE?

»» Julie's

Story

I was at a loss as to how to fill that void, and I turned to God. He reminded me that as a Christian, a nurse, a mother, I have always been happiest when serving others. God presented me the opportunity to serve in two ministries, The Sunny Day Club (serving those with dementia) and Community Care Fellowship (serving the homeless). I knew these ministries would be challenging for me and I felt ill-equipped. When I doubted myself, Philippians 4:13 (I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me) came to mind.

Several years ago, I found myself with a void in my life. I was a stay-at-home mom who was now an empty nester. My husband and I were searching for a new church home.

By allowing God to lead me to volunteer with these dear folks, I realized that God was preparing me through my life experiences to serve in these ministries and all that would be required of me is to trust God and extend His love to others. Often, dementia victims and the homeless are lonely because people such as myself find it uncomfortable to interact with them. However, when we serve God and his precious children, we are the ones who feel blessed. I now find myself to be part of two loving and caring communities. Every week that I am blessed to go to Sunny Day or to Community Care

Fellowship, I witness Matthew 18:20 (“For where two or three gather in my name, there I am with them”). It is a great joy to know all who I have met through serving and I have grown so much as a Christian with their help.

Thank you, God, for the treasured relationships that have come my way through serving in these two special ministries. I lift up all those who feel invisible and lonely. Help me never to be complacent and to always be praying for your guidance. - Julie Thomas, Sunny Day Coordinator


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BUMC KIDS »» Learning & Serving Opportunities

MISSION / GUIDING CHILDREN, INFANTS THROUGH 6TH GRADE, IN THEIR GROWTH AS DISCIPLES OF JESUS CHRIST FOR THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE WORLD

SUNDAY SCHOOL: 349 KIDS + 150 VOLUNTEERS

VBS & BAREFOOT REPUBLIC SUMMER EVENTS: 670 KIDS + 150 VOLUNTEERS 1500 PAIRS OF SHOES DONATED TO SOLES4SOULS $3500 DONATED TO SOLES4SOULS 4TH + 5TH GRADERS SERVE AS ACOLYTES & VBS VOLUNTEERS YEARLY FAMILY EVENTS: WORSHIP READINESS, BIBLE BLAST, FALL FESTIVAL, ADVENT FESTIVAL AND STATIONS OF THE CROSS


Deuteronomy 6:5-9 "You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your might. Keep these words that I am commanding you today in your heart. Recite them to your children and talk about them when you are at home and when you are away, when you lie down and when you rise."

MILESTONES BLESSED BY GOD (BIRTH-3) Culminates with Baptism

DISCOVERING GOD'S LOVE (3-5) Culminates with Preschool Bible Presentation & Class

WORSHIPING GOD TOGETHER (K-2ND) Culminates with Worship Readiness Class

"I AM SO GRATEFUL FOR THE BUMC KIDS MINISTRY! AFTER DOING THE CHILDREN AND

CONNECTING WITH GOD'S WORD (3RD-4TH) Culminates with 3rd Grade Bible Presentation & Class

CONFIRMING FAITH IN GOD (5TH-6TH) Culminates with Confirmation

FAMILY STATIONS OF THE CROSS, NOAH SAID "JESUS LOVE NOAH!" THANKS BUMC FOR DOING EVENTS LIKE THIS FOR OUR KIDS!" - CANDICE TAYLOR, AFTER ATTENDING STATIONS OF THE CROSS WITH 2-YEAR-OLD NOAH


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BUMCSM MISSION / CONNECTING YOUTH TO GOD, EACH OTHER AND THE CHURCH, PREPARING THEM WITH A SUSTAINABLE FAITH, AND SENDING THEM OUT TO USE THEIR GIFTS IN THE KINGDOM

»» Student Ministry Learning & Serving Opportunies

GROUP CARE OFFERED THROUGH:

2 ANNUAL MISSION TRIPS 400 PARTICIPATE IN WEEKLY SMALL GROUPS 350 ATTENDED FALL & WINTER RETREATS WEEKLY CLASSES + BIBLE STUDIES ON SUNDAYS & WEEKDAYS ROCK THE CHAINS RAISED OVER $8,000 TO RAISE AWARENESS & FIGHT MODERN-DAY SLAVERY


Matthew 28:20

»» Calvin's When I was at the Sonshine Choir Home Concert, I heard the students speak about the effect their trip had on them, and I remembered how much my youth group impacted my life. I first heard about medical missions at youth camp. We heard a missionary speak about the significant medical needs of the African people and the part medicine, given in God’s name, can play in introducing them to Christ. The Gospel of Luke recounts Jesus sending his disciples, first the 12 and then the 72, to heal

GO THEREFORE AND MAKE DISCIPLES OF ALL NATIONS, BAPTIZING THEM IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER AND OF THE SON AND OF THE HOLY SPIRIT, AND TEACHING THEM TO OBEY EVERYTHING THAT I HAVE COMMANDED YOU. AND REMEMBER, I AM WITH YOU ALWAYS, TO THE END OF THE AGE.

Story

the sick, present the kingdom and cast out demons. The Holy Spirit spoke to me through that, and I committed my life to medical missions. In the following years the Lord prepared me for that work in many ways. I continued to grow closer to the Lord through my youth group, and found similar encouragement and fellowship in medical school through the Christian Medical Society. Between working medical clinics and attending student missions conferences, God was solidifying my call to medical missions. Once I completed my residency, I was commissioned to a

large hospital in in Democratic Republic of Congo to treat children with polio, musculoskeletal infections and injuries. Since returning to the States, I have continued to do short-term medical trips and volunteer at Christian clinics that meet the physical and spiritual needs of the under-insured and refugee populations. Throughout all of these experiences, I have the joy of seeing the Lord answer many prayers and witnessing the Body of Christ working to bring the gospel to the world. - Calvin Johnson

"MY SMALL GROUP LEADERS ARE THE ABSOLUTE BEST. THEY HELP ME WITH MY FAITH JOURNEY JUST BY BEING THEMSELVES - LOVING, GOD-FEARING LEADERS WHO AREN'T AFRAID TO TALK AND SHARE ABOUT THEIR FAITH! I KNOW I CAN ALWAYS GO TO THEM WITH QUESTIONS, AND EVEN THOUGH THEY MIGHT NOT ALWAYS HAVE THE PERFECT ANSWER, THEY STILL DO THEIR BEST TO HELP ME AND MENTOR ME. " - EMMA GRACE SCHENK, 10TH GRADE


»» GroupLife at BUMC

Now I have a new understanding of what it means to be a Christian. My purpose in life is to serve God, serve His children, and live as a child of God, honoring Him in all I do. Challenge: What are you holding on to that is preventing you from being radically available for God?

- Karen Bruton

It was at that point that I started getting nudges from God which turned into a full calling from the Lord. I was scared to death because I did not really know what I was doing and I had no idea how I would support myself. But I knew God was calling me to take the “road less traveled” and to serve Him. I quit my job and started Just Hope International,

where I used my business skills to give a hand up – not a hand out – to people living in impoverished areas around the world, helping them become selfsustaining. A lot of my work has been in Africa, and to my surprise, Africa is now like a second home to me. I miss it when I’m not there.

In 2006, I began a Bible study at BUMC called Companions in Christ. In early 2007, the 12 people in that class began discussing what it meant to be “radically available for God.” A quote from the material stated, “Persons are called to abandon their lives completely into God’s

hands. Have you let go of everything to give yourself to God? God shakes people free of every other constraint so that they trust only in their Lord. Then the vision of a particular service and the power to do it can be given.” I said that night to my Bible study group that I could not do that. “What if God sent me somewhere like Africa? I could not go to Africa!”

40 SMALL GROUPS WITH 460 PEOPLE PARTICIPATING

I had lived my life striving to be a good person. Looking back, I thought that was what it meant to be a Christian…to be kind, giving, sharing, thoughtful. All of that is important, but I came to realize that to build a true relationship with Jesus Christ meant to completely give your life away and see yourself in a new light, a light that only a life dedicated to God can produce.

KAREN'S STORY

24 SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES WITH 1400 PARTICIPATING

GROWING IN THEIR COMMITMENT TO FOLLOWING JESUS CHRIST

MISSION / CREATING ENVIRONMENTS WHERE ADULTS ARE

300 PARTICIPATED IN DAY & EVENING CLASSES & BOOK STUDIES

ADULT MINISTRY

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"AFTER WE GOT MARRIED AND I HAD JUST MOVED AWAY FROM EVERYTHING AND EVERYONE I’VE EVER KNOWN, I WENT TO THE ONLY PLACE I KNEW… THE CHURCH. WE WERE CONNECTED WITH A YOUNG ADULT CLASS CALLED COFFEE & CONVERSATION. IT WAS SUCH AN EASY WAY TO MEET NEW PEOPLE. WE WERE ALSO ABLE TO FIND A SMALL GROUP FOR NEWLYWEDS AND A NUMBER OF BOOK STUDIES TO GO DEEPER. I LOVE THAT COREY AND I CONTINUE TO GROW TOGETHER WITH THE FRIENDS WE HAVE FOUND AT BUMC."

- REBEKAH HARBISON

Women’s Ministry: Opportunities to nurture, equip and encourage women of all ages to fully use their gifts to glorify God. Includes United Methodist Women, Moms in Prayer, Bible study groups, and Spring Woven Women’s Conference. PointMen Ministry: Strives to equip and encourage men to develop their personal relationship with Jesus and to engage them as spiritual leaders in their family, church and community in weekly Bible study, small groups, annual retreat and special events.


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LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT MISSION / IDENTIFY, PREPARE AND EMPOWER PERSONS CALLED TO LEADERSHIP TO BE USED MOST EFFECTIVELY FOR GOD'S WORK Healthy leadership is critical to the effectiveness of an organization, and we place a priority on developing and equipping people for ministry. Annual events are some of the ways we do this:

»» Leadership BUMC Event FOR EMERGING LEADERS

»» Fall Leadership Retreat FOR ACTIVE LEADERS

»» Empower Leader Training FOR AGE-LEVEL TEACHERS, SMALL GROUP LEADERS, AND VOLUNTEERS


A team approach to leadership is most effective for productive ministry, and we utilize 3 types of teams at BUMC: Operational/Ministry (best for adaptive/strategic work), Directional/Administrative (best for legislative/ governance work), and Task (best for technical, specific tasks).  

MINISTRY LEAD TEAMS 10 operational teams, with both staff and lay members, who provide leadership for all ministry areas of the church and campuses, including BUMC Lead Team, Worship & Arts, Connect Ministry, Discipleship Ministry, Children’s Ministry, Student Ministry, Adult Ministry, Missions & Outreach, Administration & Operations, Trinity Lead Team and The Village Lead Team.

ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEES & COUNCILS Church Council and 5 directional teams (Finance, Foundation, Lay Leadership & Development, Staff Parish Relations & Trustees) serve in an advisory capacity for church-wide initiatives.

NUMEROUS TASK TEAMS Valuable groups who implement the ministries of BUMC.   

Romans 12:4-6a "JUST AS EACH OF US HAS ONE BODY WITH MANY MEMBERS, AND THESE MEMBERS DO NOT ALL HAVE THE SAME FUNCTION, SO IN CHRIST WE WHO ARE MANY FORM ONE BODY, AND EACH MEMBER BELONGS TO ALL THE OTHERS. WE HAVE DIFFERENT GIFTS, ACCORDING TO THE GRACE GIVEN US."


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BUMC MISSIONS throughout the year

RESTOCK THE PANTRY

JAN

HARVEST HANDS SPORTS CAMP

SOUTH AFRICA MISSION TRIP

FEB

HABITAT BUILD

MAR

CHRISTMAS IN JULY MAKE A DIFFERENCE GOLF SCRAMBLE

SUMMER

PROJECT TRANSFORMATION

AUG


SCOTT'S STORY What do you do? Where do you go to church? Many times, these are the first couple of questions people may ask when getting to know each other.

SOCIETY OF ST ANDREW FOOD PACKING " POTATO DROP"

Sometimes my response is that I work at a major corporation during the day, but I run a bed and breakfast for homeless people at night. The bed and breakfast just happens to be located in the gym at Brentwood United Methodist Church and is a part of Room in the Inn. This experience has drawn me closer to God than just about anything else. I get to witness true connections being made between BUMC members and our guests. I encourage our volunteers to think of what we do when we have guests at home – put out clean sheets and towels, make a favorite dinner – and emulate that for our guests at Room in the Inn. Our guests have varying backgrounds and stories. I do not know what happens to most after they leave us. One thing I am sure of, though, is that for the time they spend with us, they feel safe, respected, and loved.

Challenge: The next time you see someone with very little, take the time to acknowledge them by looking them in the eye and saying hello. Everyone, no matter their circumstance, deserves respect and dignity.

APR

- Scott Gardner

HABITAT BUILD

HAITI MISSION TRIP

AIDS ANGEL TREES

CHRISTMAS BASKETS THE MANGER

OCT SEP

NOV

LOVE IN DEED / STOP HUNGER NOW

DEC


+ 200+ HELPED BY BENEVOLENCE MINISTRY + 310 STUDENTS & 10 TEACHERS SPONSORED IN SOUTH AFRICA + 300 STUDENTS PROVIDED SCHOOL SUPPLIES

»» Send MISSIONS INITIATIVES BUMC HAS FOUR MISSIONS INITIATIVES:

+ TUTORING FOR STUDENTS VIA HARVEST HANDS, PROJECT TRANSFORMATION, 61ST AVE AND COCKRILL ELEMENTARY

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INITATIVE Journeying with individuals and communities in the work of holistic transformation, including education, economic, personal, communal and spiritual transformation.

HOUSING INITIATIVE + 300 HOMELESS MEN AND WOMEN HOSTED AT BUMC FOR ROOM IN THE INN + 2 HOMES BUILT IN WILLIAMSON COUNTY + 1 SCHOOL REFURBISHED IN HAITI

HOUSING, HEALING, HUNGER, AND HUMAN

Providing a framework for us to help our neighbors have a place to call home and that local ministries have spaces to flourish, including affordable housing, schools for vulnerable children, playgrounds in lowincome neighborhoods, and spaces for effective ministry.

DEVELOPMENT.  THESE INITIATIVES PROVIDE A FRAMEWORK FOR US TO FORGE RELATIONSHIPS AND HAVE A DEEP IMPACT IN OUR COMMUNITY, BOTH

+ 180 FAMILES PROVIDED CHRISTMAS BASKETS + 13,000 POUNDS OF FOOD DONATED TO RESTOCK GRACEWORKS PANTRY + 100,000 MEALS PACKED/SHIPPED THROUGH STOP HUNGER NOW

HUNGER INITIATIVE Striving to obey Christ’s command to feed the hungry and spread Christ’s message by meeting the most basic needs of life, ensuring all stomachs are filled with wholesome foods.

LOCALLY AND AROUND THE WORLD.

HEALING INITIATIVE + BRIDGES DOMESTIC SHELTER + BETHLEHEM CENTERS + COMMUNITY OUTREACH MINISTRIES + HOPE CLINIC FOR WOMEN

Connecting our church community with organizations and clinics working to provide healthcare to communities with limited medical resources, both locally and globally.


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CAMPUSES & SCHOOLS 3 CAMPUSES / 7 WEEKLY WORSHIP SERVICES WITH OVER 2,500 WORSHIPERS EACH WEEK

THE VILLAGE + Launched in January 2016 w/ over 400 in weekly worship + Began second service in August 2016 + Pastor: Rev. Travis Garner

thevillagenashville.com

TRINITY + Serves the Spring Hill community + 230 average in worship attendance + Pastor: Rev. Michael Pence

trinityspringhill.org


Our schools strive to provide each child with a program of planned experiences in living and growing with others, as well as to serve the community by offering parents a safe, educational environment for their children. We believe every child is a very special person, and it is our goal that each one leaves our program with a feeling of self worth, a caring spirit and a love for learning.

SCHOOLS DAYSCHOOL + Part-time preschool for ages 1 to 5 years

+ Rated with Tennessee’s highest 3 Star Standard + 141 children enrolled, serving 112 families in our community

CENTER FOR CHILDREN & FAMILIES + Full-time childcare for ages 6 weeks – 5 years

+ Rated with Tennessee’s highest 3 Star Standard + 67 children enrolled, serving 57 families in our community


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STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS HARVEST HANDS Harvest Hands is a catalyst for Christ-centered, holistic community development working alongside our neighbors to further healthy living, education, spiritual formation and economic development in South Nashville.

harvesthandscdc.com

CYMT The Center for Youth Ministry Training equips youth ministers and churches to develop theologically informed and practically effective youth ministries.It launched a second campus in Austin, Texas in Fall 2016.

cymt.org

HEALING HOUSING Launching in January 2017, Healing Housing will help restore "purposeful living” to women in alcohol and drug addiction recovery.

healinghousing.org


BRENTWOOD SOCIETY CHURCH in Tumbleweed, South Africa IN 2007 BRENTWOOD UMC FUNDED THE CONSTRUCTION OF A CHURCH BUILDING FOR THEÂ TUMBLEWEED COMMUNITY NAMED THE BRENTWOOD SOCIETY CHURCH. THIS FACILITY PROVIDES A PLACE TO WORSHIP GOD AND HOUSES A PRESCHOOL.


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OPERATIONS & RESOURCES MISSION / SUPPORT AND UNDERGIRD THE MISSION AND MINISTRY OF BUMC BY BEING GOOD STEWARDS OF THE RESOURCES ENTRUSTED TO US, BY EXECUTING AND MAINTAINING HEALTHY PROCESS AND SYSTEMS FOR SUSTAINABILITY OF HUMAN, FINANCIAL AND PROPERTY RESOURCES


MAJOR FACILITIES MAINTENANCE & UPGRADES + Sanctuary copper dome replaced

+ Columbarium expansion added 300+ additional niches + HVAC efficiency system installed

COMMUNICATIONS & TECHNOLOGY + Launched new mobile friendly website platform

+ Expanded Wi-Fi access points throughout the Brentwood campus + Enhanced online, mobile and text giving capabilities

HUMAN RESOURCES + 207 regular employees plus 49 seasonal workers

+ Updated and published Safety & Security Procedures + Revised and published new Employee Handbook + Launched new HR information systems software

1 Chronicles 29:1, Ezekiel 44:14, Proverbs 16:3 “…THE WORK IS GREAT; FOR THE TEMPLE WILL NOT BE FOR MORTALS, BUT FOR THE LORD GOD. I WILL APPOINT THEM TO KEEP CHARGE OF THE TEMPLE, ALL ITS WORK, AND ALL THAT IS DONE IN IT. COMMIT TO THE LORD WHATEVER YOU DO, AND HE WILL ESTABLISH YOUR PLANS.”


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FINANCIAL RESOURCES INCOME DESIGNATED GIVING 15%

UNPLEDGED OPERATED INCOME 21%

The generosity of Brentwood UMC provides over $9 million annually to support mission and ministry in our local church, in the broader community of Middle Tennessee, and around the globe.

DISBURSEMENTS SEND 19%

PLEDGED OPERATING INCOME 64%

PREPARE 14%

APPORTIONMENTS 12%

OPERATIONS & ADMINISTRATION 39%

CONNECT 16%

CONNECT MINISTRIES INCLUDE WORSHIP & ARTS, EVANGELISM & HOSPITALITY, PRAYER, CARE AND SUPPORT MINISTRIES. PREPARE MINISTRIES INCLUDE CHILDREN, YOUTH AND ADULT MINISTRIES, AND LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT. SEND MINISTRIES INCLUDE MISSIONS & OUTREACH PARTNERSHIPS AND THE VILLAGE & TRINITY CAMPUSES. OPERATIONS & ADMINISTRATION INCLUDES ACCOUNTING & PAYROLL, HUMAN RESOURCES, FACILITIES, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS AND MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS. APPORTIONMENTS REPRESENT OUR PROPORTIONAL GIVING THAT SUPPORTS THE MISSION AND MINISTRY OF THE GLOBALLY CONNECTED UNITED METHODIST CHURCH.


BUMC FOUNDATION The BUMC Foundation was etablished to provide a permanent source of revenue to ensure the physical and spiritual well-being and presence of Brentwood United Methodist Church in the community for future generations.

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Creating Ministry Opportunites CURRENT FUND VALUE OF $8.9 MILLION 2016 GRANTS TOTALING $242,966

4 RENEWABLE UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS FOR HELPING PROFESSION 3 RENEWABLE SEMINARY LEVEL SCHOLARSHIPS THE VILLAGE CAMPUS CYMT SCHOLARSHIP HEALING HOUSING ORGANIST INTERNSHIP REFRESH WORSHIP CONCERT ADULT & CHILDREN’S CHOIR ROBES


BRENTWOOD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 309 Franklin Road Brentwood, TN 37027 615.373.3663 bumc.net

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