(Closed) Nashville Church for NonMembers: Help!

posted 9 years ago in Tennessee
Post # 3
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606 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2009

That is a tough one! I’ve had trouble with churches too. I would search a little more for churches that aren’t so strict about making you convert. (Yikes!) I’m from TX, and the nondenominational churches I’ve been talking to haven’t said anything about making anyone convert. Have you passed any churches while driving around that look nice? I’ve found that looking up churches specifically I’ve seen is more helpful than searching for churches online.

 

The best of luck!

-Laura 

Post # 4
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28 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: May 2009

My sister and brother-in-law got married at Glenncliff United Methodist Church on Briley Parkway. Matt is a baptised Missionary Baptist, and Erin & I grew up Methodist. They attend a Missionary Baptist church, but since Erin wasn’t baptised into that church, they couldn’t get married there. Glenncliff let them have the ceremony there, and their pastor from the Baptist church was able to co-officiate. Be warned, the pastor there (who was the other officiant) was a bit long-winded in his meditation. Also, it’s a smaller church, so if you’ve got a large guest list, it may not be the place. Other than that, it was a good experience. They have a really beautiful stained glass window at the front of the church, too.

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