New Team Member

New Team Member

Temperance Reddick joined our staff on May 15 as Volunteer Coordinator. Her story of how she came to us is below. Four years ago, Executive Director Alan and his wife Michelle were out building relationships with families at Lexington Gardens when they met Temperance,...

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Remembering the Poor and Disconnected

Remembering the Poor and Disconnected

As the year closes out, we hope you'll remember Project Connect Nashville with your year-end giving. In 2017, we will more than double our faith based educational offerings. We have a new office and training space and we plan to use it fully for his Kingdom work. We...

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Franksgiving 2016

Franksgiving 2016

Sign up for our Franksgiving outreach today! Excluding the term “being Frank” as being like Sinatra, the definition of frank means to be open, honest and unmistakably clear. So, let’s be frank about FRanskgiving --- it’s NOT about the food. It’s about the fellowship....

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One Success at a Time

One Success at a Time

The alleviation of poverty is difficult because poverty is more than just being financially broke. It’s about brokenness in every aspect of life. Perhaps the most profound brokenness is to meaningful relationships. PCN’s GOSO program, in partnership with you, embodies...

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Get Connected: Provide a Meal

Get Connected: Provide a Meal

sign up to provide a dinner sign up to provide a lunch We have a need for meals and childcare for our Sunday evening classes. The following dates are still available through the end of the year. We also have the dates for the first part of 2017. You may sign up here:...

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Celebrating National Picnic Month

Celebrating National Picnic Month

Happy July Everyone! In June, we have had between 25 and 65 youth each day from all across the United States on site at Lexington Gardens showing love to the families through art projects, painting fence projects, reading and literacy, Bible stories and exercise...

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Good News!

Good News!

A recent article in The Tennessean shares good news for the reduction of concentrated poverty. We are thankful for local leaders who recognize the need for creating multi-income housing...

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