Joelton Church of Christ is a place you can call home. We are a family of new testament believers who would love the opportunity to get to know you and your family. On this site you will find a lot of information about who we are, including what to expect during a typical church service, contact information, meeting times and Bible class schedules, and listen to recent sermons. You can also find out about our various ministries, such as upcoming youth events. Please take a look around and come visit us soon!
During this Covid season we do have a health protocol for those meeting in person. Click here for more details. In addition there are online options (contact the office for details).
Sunday worship is at 9:30 am at 3541 Old Clarksville Pike in Joelton, TN.
Living On Standby – Sometime when you’re in an airport, observe the difference between passengers who hold confirmed tickets and those who are on standby. The ones with confirmed tickets read newspapers, chat with their friends or sleep. The ones on standby hang around the ticket counter, pace and fret, fret and pace.
A message of hope and confidence.-When Jesus came upon Levi He saw a trainwreck of a human being. A tax collector who extorted money from the Jews; His own people! Jesus shrugs His shoulders and says, “nobodies perfect”. Levi becomes Matthew and the mixture of Grace and Truth extends over 2,000 years to us.
-Today we wrapped up our series on the Fruit of the Spirit by talking about Gentleness & Self-control. We talked about how Gentleness is not weakness, but instead it is power under control. We learned that it takes Self-control to truly live out all the fruits of the Spirit. When the fruits of the Spirit are displayed in our lives it will: 1) glorify God & 2) point others to God.
-Remember, we don’t simply try harder to be more loving, joyful, peaceful, patient, king, good, faithful, gentle, and self-controlled. Instead we ask God to fill us with His Spirit, so He can produce these characteristics in our lives.
-What does faithfulness mean? Today we look at a two part answer: 1) to be full of faith 2) to be reliable/dependable/trustworthy. Since God always has been and always will ne faithful, we should be full of faith in Him.
God wants us to be full of faith and also be faithful with our lives too. But remember, we don’t just work harder to produce more faithfulness in our lives. Instead, we ask God to produce His faithfulness in us.
Happy Memorial Weekend! We are meeting virtually at 9:30 am. Please contact the church office for information on how to join. Alternatively consider the following as a in-home or small group church service: