Martin Methodist College Wants to Visit You!

John Collett, Director of Church Relations As we move forward in our Sesquicentennial Year here at Martin Methodist College, we wish to rebuild bridges and better serve the numerous congregations that continuously support our College’s mission. To further celebrate our College’s 150th birthday, we are excited to send Martin Methodist College representatives to you, your […]

Campus Ministries come together to Rise Against Hunger!

Students and campus ministers from the Tennessee State Wesley, Belmont Wesley, Fisk Wesley, and Vanderbilt Wesley came together on Saturday, November 9,  at Calvary United Methodist Church to collaborate together with Rise Against Hunger. During their time together, they packaged 11,000 meals that Rise Against Hunger will distribute to those in need. Rise Against Hunger is […]

Project Transformation Celebrates 2018-2019 Results

Ninety-one percent of Project Transformation’s summer interns say they gained knowledge about how their faith is connected to their work, according to the ministry’s Summary of Impact released last week. During its eighth year of ministry, Project Transformation served 822 children and youth with the leadership of 93 young adults across ten site churches in […]

Martin Methodist College – The Best is Yet to Come

by John Collett, MMC Director of Church Relations The 151st class of Martin Methodist College students is now assembled, and Martin will be celebrating its Sesquicentennial during all of 2019–20! This milestone is a remarkable achievement of history and service, with Martin having provided church-related, faith-based higher education for over 7 generations. Celebrations, gatherings, reunions, visits […]

How to Help After ICE Raids

In light of the recent ICE raids in the Mississippi community, local organizations have come together and developed a strategic plan to assist our neighbors who have been affected by the raids. Below is a list of places needing your assistance along with addresses to deliver/mail donations, and additional volunteer opportunities. UPDATED 8/12/2019 Giving Options […]

The Village Nashville | Day of Service

July 29, 2019 500 people of all ages came together yesterday, July 28, to serve their south Nashville neighbors during Sent Sunday, hosted by The Village Church. Volunteers completed 32 projects, worth $30,000, in 10 locations throughout Cane Ridge, Lenox Village, Antioch, south Nashville, and Nolensville: 6 local schools received painting, construction, cleaning, decorating and landscaping work […]

Rural Congregations Lead Community Transformation in Henry County

PARIS, Tenn. – Rural congregations are some of the few permanent stakeholders in their communities, and when they work together, they can create meaningful change. Just ask the 19 United Methodist Churches of Henry County. In February, the congregations of Henry County were awarded a $10,000 Community Transformation Grant from the Turner Center at Martin […]

A Golf Challenge for the Community

Nashville, TN, (July 15, 2019): The Cooper Golf Challenge brings together two American classics – golf and families. The annual golf fundraiser benefits Miriam’s Promise, the local nonprofit dedicated to forever families. This golf experience is Monday, September 30, 2019, at the Old Fort Golf Course in Murfreesboro. Check-in begins at 8:15, and tee-off is at […]