Service projects are an important part of the spiritual formation of our students and faculty and exemplify our school's mission: to demonstrate Christ's love.
NCS is partnering with the Bellevue Community Food Bank until March 1, 2024 to help stock their shelves during this time of year when the need is still great.
Items needed include: Canned Meats, Canned Fruits, Canned Vegetables, Canned Soups, Jarred Pasta Sauce, Boxed Pasta, Baking Mixes, Snacks, Juice Boxes, Paper Products, Laundry Detergent, Dish Soap, Bar Soap, etc.
NCS also partnered with the Bellevue Community Food Bank and Western Hills Food Pantry to help stock their shelves for the 2023 holiday season. The Food Drive ran November 13th - 21st.
Kathy Overbay Service Day
Each spring, the NCS community participates in a special day of service to honor Kathy Overbay and her faithful life of over 42 years of prayer and service at Nashville Christian. All administrators, faculty, staff, and K-12 students serve across the Nashville area. Areas of service include:
- cleaning the yards and homes of individuals who are financially and/or physically burdened
- assisting multiple local non-profit organizations that depend on volunteers and in kind services
- visiting, encouraging, and entertaining those who are physically handicapped and/or advanced in years
- beautifying local parks, public amenities, and our very own NCS campus
The Angel Tree Project Stocking Drive
Each year, middle schoolers at Nashville Christian School collect stocking stuffers for children ages 2 - 12 to donate to those in need through The Ark in Pegram, TN. They then stuff the items in stockings and deliver them just in time for Christmas!
Hoops For Hope Pink Out
This annual event takes place each basketball season. Money is raised to support NCS families who are struggling with breast cancer and those whose lives were cut short are remembered and honored.
Habitat for Humanity
Nashville Christian School participated in its first Habitat for Humanity build on May 6th and 7th, 2023. Generously sponsored by Thrivent Financial, a group of thirteen faculty, staff and students worked alongside future first-time homeowners to frame two homes during the weekend. Senior Jack McIntosh said, "It was so much fun working with my friends, doing something we've never done, to bless a deserving family. It made me feel great!". NCS is planning to participate in another Habitat build in 2024.