McKendree United Methodist Church a COVID-19 Vaccine Site

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The COVID-19 Vaccination will be available at McKendree United Methodist Church, located 523 Church Street , Nashville, TN on Wednesday, April 28, 2021, from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm. The COVID-19 vaccines will be administered by Meharry Medical College Health Affairs, led by Dr. Duane T. Smoot, Interim Senior VP, in partnership with the Restoration Pointe, led by Bobby Lee Smith, Executive Director.

“We are so pleased to have the COVID-19 vaccine administered at McKendree United Methodist Church in partnership with Meharry Medical College, because of the hundreds of unhoused neighbors we see each week, providing them food, clothing, and temporary shelter. This is a convenient and important way of making the vaccine available to these neighbors who are most vulnerable and impacted greatly by the COVID – 19 virus,” said Bobby Lee Smith.

The site is open to the public and Individuals are asked to register to schedule an appointment using the following link:

Or contact: Bobby Lee Smith at 615-271-2600 to register an appointment by telephone.

Parking is available at the McKendree Parking Center. The entrance to the parking garage is on Six Avenue between Church Street and Commerce Street.

About Restoration Pointeis a 501c(3) nonprofit organization established in 2012 by McKendree United Methodist Church. Our Mission is: “Sharing God’s love in Nashville by caring for the homeless and displaced while disrupting cycles of poverty.” During the last nine years, the Restoration Pointe has made a significant impact in disrupting the cycles of poverty with groups of committed volunteers who provide food, clothing, shelter, emotional and spiritual healing to thousands of our displaced neighbors in the heart of downtown Nashville, giving them hope and opportunity.