Although we look forward to worshiping with one another on Sunday, many of the most exciting things that happen in the life of the church take place during the other six days of the week. Christians are called to model the selfless love of Jesus through serving one another. (Philippians 2:3-11; Matthew 25:34-36)
Youth and Family Ministry
The church at Coopertown is a family. With ages ranging from newborns to 90's, we embrace that age range to grow both spiritually and relationally (Titus 2). One of the exciting things in our church is the active participation of our youth and families.
Not only do we have Sunday and Wednesday Bible classes for all ages, but we also are active in serving our families through many outlets. Area-wide youth devotionals, summer camp, Super Saturday (Vacation Bible School), marriage retreats, monthly youth fellowship, fall festival, Bible Bowl, Lads to Leaders, young professionals' class, recreational sports, and service projects are just a few of the things we are involved in throughout the year.
Our Wednesday gathering at 7:00 PM involves Bible classes for all ages, a devotional, and a service project in which the entire congregation participates. We regularly work with TN Kids Nutrition, an organization devoted to improving the nutritional situation of children in the Robertson County School System.
Foreign Mission Work: We support foreign mission work in Nicaragua, Peru, and India. In addition to financial support of located missionaries, Coopertown sends a group on a mission campaign every summer to various areas.
Disaster Relief: We enjoy partnering with Churches of Christ Disaster Relief in Nashville, TN. There are many opportunities to work in the Nashville warehouse, load trucks with supplies for devastated areas, or volunteer in recovery efforts.
Tennessee Prison Outreach Ministries (TPOM): This important work is focused on rehabilitation and assistance for incarcerated individuals through spiritual, educational, and simple aid-based programs.
Food Pantry Ministry
Jesus came not just to provide food for those who were hungry (John 6:5), but also to provide spiritual food and drink (John 4:13-14; 6:47-58). In this ministry, we endeavor to provide food for persons in need and to share with them the bread of life, Jesus Christ.
We provide boxes of food for Robertson and Cheatham County families in need. This is accomplished through an open pantry to aid those who are in need of essential grocery items. If you know of someone in need of this service or you are interested in helping with this cause, please contact us for further information!