Group generally made up of 6-12 individuals (plus kids) who meet together to know + grow together in community off-campus.
A life group is generally made up of 12-16 individuals who meet together to study God's Word one day a week with continued communication throughout the week.
These topical driven studies are designed to pinpoint particular life challenges and conquer them in community!
In this class, those interested in becoming members of Donelson Frst will learn about our history and beliefs while discovering more ways they can get connected.
A Dgroup is a gender-specific, closed group of 3-5 believers who meet together for the purpose of accelerated spiritual transformation.
These volunteers are responsible for preparing baptism rooms, serving families in baptistery + cleaning up post-baptism.
Organize local teams for clean-up/repairs post-disasters.
Serve in the stocking, organizing, and distributing of supplies in the food pantry.
Provides a great first experience to in-person guests at our Welcome Center + Connection Center. Answer questions. Distribute materials. Serve coffee + snacks. Hold signs in parking lot.
Engage with online viewers during worship services to help them feel welcome and connected to our Donelson First community!
Help create dynamic, life-changing experiences and atmospheres during worship! Whether serving in the band, on the praise team, or with our tech team, there's a place for you.
One of the first faces that assists in providing a safe, secure campus.
Prep and clean houses for missionaries and families in need to ensure they feel at home.
Join us as we teach little treasures through Bible stories, music + games!
Do you love to talk or simply have the ability to listen? Do you enjoy laughing and getting slightly crazy? Serving with our students would be a great fit for you!
Serve homeless men in our community by providing rides, shelter, meals, laundry services and a devotional on Monday nights (November-March).
Food and personal care items are needed, including canned goods, pasta, cereal, peanut butter, dried fruits, jelly, baby formula, baby food, coffee, tea, personal care items (shampoos, soaps, etc.)
Drop off can occur anytime the church is open. Or, if you need to drop items off at a time the church is not opened, contact the church at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will coordinate a time for drop-off or a pick up at an off-site location.