Who we are
Harvest is a plant of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA)..
A church for faith, family, community, culture
Whether you are a family, single, a parent, a single-parent, a grandparent, a child, or are dechurched, unchurched, overchurched(!), or whatever, we welcome you to join us.
In early 2010 God started putting some families together with a vision for a community based church, with a focus on organic growth and age-integrated worship planted in a location on the newly opened, centrally located, and easily accessible 840 corridor.
We are focused on Gospel-Centered Worship, Missional living, and Biblical Faithfulness.
Initially we met in the Leiper's Fork area at Puckett's Grocery. Soon after we started meeting at Hillsboro Methodist Church and are now starting in our new location at the Burwood Methodist Church.
This building is located at the Carter's Creek (SR-246) exit of 840 and is easily accessible to folks from Brentwood, Franklin, College Grove, Spring HIll, and Thomspon Station out to Fairview.
We would love for you to visit and worship with us!
But 'gathering' is only one aspect of a church and we are praying for opportunities to reach out and serve the community and see people set free by the Love and Power of Christ.
Nathan is lead pastor/planter of Harvest. After graduating from Samford University in Birmingham, AL. he went into the USMC, Officer Candidate School. During the end of his service he went to work at Briarwood Presbyterian Church back in Birmingham. There he met Holly (Cook) and after getting married they went to New Zealand with Campus Outreach as missionaries. They returned to Briarwood after 4 years and served there until 2008 when they came to Nashville where Nathan taught Bible at Christ Presbyterian Academy in Brentwood. Nathan has his BS Ed. from Samford, MA in Christian Education and MDiv from Birmingham Theological, and is currently working on his Doctorate with a focus in 'Faith, Vocation, and Culture' from Covenant Seminary.
Nathan and Holly have 4 boys. Nathan Caleb (2003), Gage (2005), Canon (2009), and Cross (2012).
They currently live in Franklin.