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We have instituted a new method of informing members of important announcements such as cancellation of services.  We will also continue to inform members via other means, such as by telephone, Facebook and the website.

If you want to be included in this text system, here’s what you do:

When you send the text, you will receive a confirmation text from which will say something like Welcome to JAYouth. This is normal and you will not get texts meant for the youth group. If you are already a member of the JAYouth text list, you will not be automatically subscribed to this list. Please follow the instructions above to join this new list.

current announcements

Friday, March 23, 2018

Please keep all of these in your daily prayers:

Rubye Anderson is at Cookeville Regional room #452. She is dehydrated.

Geneva Glasgow is at Cookeville Regional room #608.

Ted Gaw, brother of Jack Gaw, had surgery Monday at St. Thomas Midtown, for perforated appendix. He will be there for a couple more days recovering.

Joe Carter will have kidney surgery soon.

Geneva Davis will be having surgery this Tuesday to remove a bone spur which is causing pain and compression on the vertebrate.

Sympathy to Geneva Davis on the death of her brother Orbie Sherfield. His grave-side service was held Tuesday in Kentucky.

Egg Hunt this Sunday at 3pm.


Lads To Leaders informational meeting is this Sunday night after service, in the Fellowship Hall.

Happy Birthday TODAY to:

There are no Birthdays today!!!

Happy Birthday Saturday to:

Sarah Viar

Happy Birthday Sunday to:

Joanne Birdwell

Laura Fox


Sympathy to Marcia Byrge in the loss of her sister, Martha Jo Fields, who passed away on Friday. Visitation with the family is Thursday from 10:00am until time of the service at 12 noon, at Presley Funeral Home.


Please remember our sick and shut-ins with prayers, cards and visits… 

Bethesda: Jan Shuster, Cornelia Steakley and Lyda Taylor

Heritage Pointe: Peggy Cooper

NHC Healthcare: Evelyn Solt

Signature Health-Algood: Herman Bean and Matilda Craighead

At Home: Hugh & Kathy Adams, Sue Clack, Margaret Cunningham, Wilma Judd, Peggy Mackie, Ralph Medley, Geneva Glasgow, Mary Dyer, Pat McCanless, Robert & Jean Reeves, Claudine Smith, Ed & Rosella Smith, Frances Smith, Marty Smith, Jimmy Stafford and Jordan Terry


Bethesda, 444 One Eleven Place, 38506 – 525-6655

Cedar Hills Retirement Center, 1250 Cedar Hills Drive, 38506 – 526-9108

Heritage Pointe, 1030 S. Maple Ave., 38501 – 520-1200

His House, 570 State St, 38501

Kindred TC&R-Masters, 278 Dry Valley Road, Algood, 38506 – 537-6524

Life Care-Sparta, 508 Mose Drive, Sparta, 38583 – 931-738-9430

Morningside of Cookeville, 1010 E. Spring Street, 38501 – 525-1083

NHC Healthcare, P. O. Box 2829, 38502 – 528-5516 (815 S. Walnut) 

NHC Place Assisted Living at Cool Springs, 211 Cool Springs Blvd., Franklin, TN 37067

NHC Sparta, 34 E. Gracey St., Sparta, TN 38583 – 931-836-2211

Senior Lifestyles, 1125 Deer Creek Road, Cookeville, TN 38501 -  931-858-7250

Webb House Retirement Center: 115 Jennings L., Smithville, TN 37166 – 615-597-8888

NHC Worship Services for 2018

January 7        Wednesday Auditorium Class

February 4      Wanda Jared's Ladies Class

March 4           Sunday Library Class  

April 1              College Class

April 29           Laura Jackson’s Ladies Class

May 6              Elders and Wives

June 3             Sunday Fellowship Hall Class

July 1               20s & 30s Class

July 29            Bill & Sean Flatt's Class 115

August 5        Joe Hill’s Class

September 2  Elementary Classes (K-6) 

September 30 Deacons and Wives

October 7       Wednesday PM Auditorium Class

November 4   Wednesday PM Fellowship Hall Class

December 2   Teen Class

December 30 Sunday Morning Small Auditorium Class

thank you notes

This card does little to express the  thankfulness we feel toward the people of Jefferson Avenue. We wanted to thank the church for their love and support shown to the family of ‘Miss Judi’ when she was called home to glory. Every member of our

family were blessed by each and every person’s recollections of Judi during the Tuesday evening visitation. That  in itself brought a wonderful healing to us. We got to meet Judi’s “family” and know how much she was loved by you all. From the beautiful message of Judi given during the funeral, and the wonderful food prepared and provided, we all left Tennessee knowing that Judi lived and loved well and was well loved by you. Thank you all again for making a difficult time a blessing. May God continue to bless you all. 

The Family of Judi Williams

We are very grateful for the kindness shown to Judi and her family. From the mountain of cards you sent, to those who transported her to medical appointments and to those who prepared and/or served the food for her family and friends after the funeral, we say thank you. There will never be another sweet Ms. Judi, but we can all ask God to help us try to be as selfless, giving and loving as she was. 

Jim & Jill Talmage

A huge heartfelt thank you for all your prayers, concerns, and cards concerning my family last year. I feel we are on the road to recovery now. God is good and your prayers were heard and answered. My mom (Sherrie McCormack) finished her chemo and has had her port removed. She’s getting good reports from her doctors. My grandmother (June McCormack) is healing well from her heart surgery and looking at homes in the Nashville area to be closer to family. We appreciate the donation of the book The Tech-Wise Family: Everyday Steps for Putting Technology in Its Proper Place by Andy Crouch in memory of my PaPaw, G.E. McCormack. 

Love, Allison Burr

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