Bellevue Presbyterian Church

Bellevue Presbyterian Church
Bellevue Presbyterian Church is listed in the Churches Presbyterian category in Nashville, Tennessee. Displayed below is the only current social network for Bellevue Presbyterian Church which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Bellevue Presbyterian Church on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 60.

Contact information for Bellevue Presbyterian Church is:
100 Cross Timbers Dr
Nashville, TN 37221
(615) 646-1666

"Bellevue Presbyterian Church" - ZapScore Report

Bellevue Presbyterian Church has an overall ZapScore of 60. This means that Bellevue Presbyterian Church has a higher ZapScore than 60% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Nashville, Tennessee is 38 and in the Churches Presbyterian category is 48. Learn more about ZapScore

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Tickets are still available for our annual #endalz fundraising dinner and silent auction. Go to for more info!

Bellevue Presbyterian Church, Nashville, TN added an event.
Benefits the Alzheimer's Association "The Longest Day" Hosted by BPC Cares, a ministry of Bellevue Presbyterian Church. Includes 4-course prime rib dinner buffet with two wine or beer tickets, plus dancing and silent auciton.

Bellevue Presbyterian Church, Nashville, TN shared Ms. Cheap's post.
Hey BPC, let's do this! You know you have more T-shirts than you need! Bring yours in this week and we'll make sure they get to Room in the Inn.
Hope you will spend a few minutes this weekend going through your t-shirts so that you can donate some to this drive!
How many T-shirts do you have in your closet? Ten? Twenty? Fifty?

Bellevue Presbyterian Church, Nashville, TN shared Parent Cue's post.
Mother’s Day highlights the gap that exists between what we wish were true and what isn’t. It’s a day where we are confronted with our highest hopes and our current disappointments. Any other day we are okay with children who sometimes make us want to pull our hair out; we have learned to manage the hand life dealt us, so different from the one where we imagined we were mothers, or where our mothers were different from what they are; we might be able to get through without stopping up short, confronted afresh with emotions the loss of our mom or our babies have invited into our lives. But not this day. This day it’s hard to escape what any other day we might adequately push through or cover over. And that makes it hard.
This year, Mother’s Day turns 102. Although Anna Jarvis created the holiday in 1908, it wasn’t an official holiday until six years later when Woodrow Wilson signed it into law. It was a day created…