God wants us to pray, recognize His presence, talk to Him. We can express our thanks, our faith and our hope in God with prayer. Receive from Him answers, guidance, peace, strength, healing, power and revelation of who He is and what He wants us to do.
“Pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests.” - Ephesians 6:18
May we, the First Baptist Nashville Prayer Committee, pray for you?
Submit a prayer request online or call us at 615.664.6016 today.
Church Prayer List
For listing of church members in the hospital, please call 615.664.6002. The information provided is updated daily.
The printed Midweekly provides church-wide prayer requests every Wednesday. You may pick up a Midweekly at five stations located around the church, two of which are housed at the main entrances.
Weekly Prayer Meetings
Men @ Prayer
All men are invited to weekly prayer on Tuesday mornings from 7-7:30 a.m. in Room 140. We gather for directed prayer for ministries, staff, missions and outreach opportunities of the church as well as for true revival in our community and world.
Those who wish to participate in Men @ Prayer can park for free in Lot D.
For more information, contact Jerry Burden (firstname.lastname@example.org).
First Women Prayer
First Women meet in the bond of prayer each Wednesday from 5:30 to 6 p.m. in the Bride’s Room. We meet to simply pray—no fluff, no food, but just fellowship in prayer.
For more information, contact Sharon Herrera (email@example.com).
Sunday Prayer Time
The Prayer Ministry gathers for 15 minutes every Sunday morning from 8:30 to 8:45 a.m. for a time of reflection and prayer for First Baptist Nashville.
For more information, contact Diana Chandler (Choosechandler@yahoo.com).
Midweek Prayer Service
Following our fellowship meal, the Midweek Prayer Service begins at 6:10 p.m. Wednesday in the Fellowship Hall and features a time of fellowship and devotion. Our pastor will normally speak but there are plenty of guest speakers featured. It’s a time for us to gather, catch up, and spiritually be refreshed in the middle of the week.