Northside is a family of believers growing together in love, faith, and service. We are a blend of ages, occupations, races, and personal interests, all united in a common love for each other and for our Savior. We strive together for our Savior's love to be reflected in our lives.
On January 15, 1978, a new congregation was born when the Parkwood and Lischey Avenue churches of Christ merged to form the new Northside congregation. With family ties, similar sociological characteristics and both churches facing uncontrollable hindrances, a merger of the two churches seemed “only natural.” The leadership of the two churches began meeting in early 1976 and agreed upon the merger on May 2, 1976.
The Lischey Avenue congregation traced its roots back to 1908 and grew throughout the forties and fifties to become a powerful influence for good throughout east Nashville.
The Brick Church Pike/Parkwood congregation met for the first time in 1955 and was started to meet the needs of the young families moving into the quickly expanding suburbs along Brick Church Pike. It grew rapidly during the sixties and early seventies, prompting the need for a new facility with room to grow..
The two congregations merged in 1978 and moved to its present location in August of 1979.
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We are a family of God’s people who want to share the grace of Jesus that has been shared with us. Whether you’re someone who doesn’t have a Christian background or someone who may be looking for a new church home, we want to invite you to visit Northside.
You will find a church with inspiring worship services, a vibrant youth and family ministry, a dedicated educational program promoting spiritual growth, and many other ministries. Northside reaches out to disadvantaged children through personal tutoring in the public school system’s Pencil Project. We also help the homeless by providing food, shelter and clothing through our involvement in the Nashville Room-In-The-Inn ministry. Whatever your gifts and whatever your needs, you will find a place to belong and to serve God at Northside Church of Christ.