Sis. Arena Groves, Superintendent
The Church school is committed to church growth through Christian Education. Our mission is one of evangelism, outreach, and teaching. It is our goal to have the entire membership of FABC and any others who will come and study enrolled in the Church school. The Church school is organized into the Five division: Preschool, Children, Youth, Adult and Weekday Divisions.
Rev. Jeanine Miller & Rev. Stacy Williams, Coordinators
A four-week orientation of the doctrine, organizational structure, basic Christian beliefs and discipleship process of the Church.
8:45 A.M. in the Conference Room
Children and Youth Class
8:45 A.M. the last week of each quarter.
Members will be notified when to attend.
Rev. Jeanine C. Miller, Coordinator
Provides an intensive one-week Christian Education opportunity for both the FABC and the community.
Sis. Tracey Tatum, Coordinator
The purpose of Christ Fund is to promote responsible stewardship of special gifts and wills by rewarding academic excellence, citizenship, and service to the community, church and school by providing financial assistance in the pursuit of undergraduate education.
The William F. Buchanan Christ Fund
Renewable for up to four years and awarded to one recipient each year. The amount of the scholarship is equal to up to $2000 per semester.
The Annabelle Jones Memorial Scholarship
$1,000 one time non-renewable scholarship awarded to a minimum of one recipient. The number of additional scholarships that may be awarded in a specific year will be determined by the amount of additional funds available. NOTE: Additional scholarships may be awarded in varying amounts.
Sis. Rachel Hardaway, Coordinator
Mission: To encourage students in the importance of a quality Education.
To participate in the program the students must do the following:
Sis. Tracey Davis, Director
The Fifteenth Avenue Baptist Church Child Learning Center is committed to providing quality child care services to the church family and the North Nashville Community. The Center is further committed to provide a unique environment for students and families to learn about young children through observation, interaction and research.