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A Sad But Necessary Post

Beloved friends,

This Sunday will be our last with the interns we have all come to love this summer. Please be sure to join us if you’re able as we begin to say our tearful “goodbye for now’s.”

Wednesday night, Aug. 5th, we will have an Intern Farewell Party following the Worship Night in the Great Hall.
Dinner will be provided at 5:30, worship led by Jesse and friends at 6:30, and the Intern Farewell at 7:30, so don’t forget to mark your calendars!

See you  then!

Girl’s Sleepover

FEMALE STUDENTS! Here is the information for Friday night’s girl sleepover.

Come to the Fisher’s house at 7 PM tomorrow night! The address is 416 Dahlia Dr. Brentwood, TN 37027. Bring a sleeping bag and pillow if you plan on sleeping at some point. We will have snacks and drinks, we will watch a movie, play some games, make s’mores, tell stories. It will be a blast! We may make a late night run to Waffle House so bring some money if you want to participate in that!

For those who want to join, we will also go swimming at Percy Priest Lake on Saturday. Bring a bathing suit, towel and sunscreen for some lake fun! If you are not coming to the lake, you need to be picked up at the Fisher’s house by 11:30.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact any of the following people. Also if you are planning on coming, it would be helpful for you to RSVP so we can make sure we have enough food! Can’t wait!

Talia- 615-974-7091
Chloe- 785-766-6470
Betsy Fisher- 615-210-0913

Promotion Lunch for Rising 6th and 9th Grade Families

Dear Families with Rising 6th and 9th Graders,

The Woodmont Hills family ministry team (Julie Tuley, Jesse Baker, and David Sessions) deeply believes in the importance of moments that mark physical and spiritual growth in the lives of our younger family members. It is these rites of passage that remind us who we are and what we value, no matter where we find ourselves on our spiritual journey. Because these moments can be so important in spiritual formation, we would like to begin a new tradition with you as we lead into the new school year.

On Promotion Sunday, August 16th, we invite you to be a part of our first annual Promotion Blessing following 2nd service in room 205E. We will share in a potluck lunch where families can connect, learn more about the next phase of ministry their students will be joining, and participate in a blessing over this next chapter of life.

We would love for you all to join us and bring a dish to share. To see what is needed for the meal and sign up, you can click here: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0c4ca5a723aaf85-apotluck

Hope to see you there!

Jesse, Julie, and David

Week of July 26-August 1

Tuesday, July 28 – HIKING / ADVENTURE DAY
Meet at noon at the church to eat lunch with the interns, then we will head over to Radnor Lake for an afternoon of hiking and adventuring. If you can’t make it to lunch be sure to check in with any of the interns to find out where to meet up!

Wednesday, July 29 – PARK DAY
Meet at Centennial park at noon and bring a picnic lunch, a blanket to sit on, and any outside games you want to play! We will be hanging out until church so feel free to stick around!

Thursday, July 30 – SOUNDS GAME
Come out and support the Sounds. Game starts at 7:05 so try to be at the park at 6:30 to grab your tickets from the interns. Make sure to RSVP by Sunday night with any of the interns so we know how many tickets to purchase. Tickets will be around $10 (depending on group rates)

Friday, July 31 – GIRL/ BOY SLEEPOVER
Keep Friday night free because we have lots of fun in store at these girls and boys sleepovers. Tentative start time is seven, more details coming soon!

Saturday, August 1 – GIRLS DAY / BOYS DAY
After the sleepovers, even if you can’t make it, we will be having a girls and boys day of fun. Details also to come so be sure to check back!

Baptism This Sunday!


This picture has so many layers of meaning to me. There’s the obvious; its the first Woodmont Flag Football Championship team, it shows that no matter who you are or where you live, you’ve got a place at Woodmont. Then there’s the less obvious. There are stories I could tell about each young man in this picture; the way they’ve made me laugh, when they’ve made me re-examine my faith, and the times when we’ve cried together.

Well, this Sunday there’s going to be another layer added when the good-looking guy in the middle front, Noah Hernbeck, gets up in front of his entire church family and says, “From this day forward, the old me is dead. Today the me who lives only for Christ and his Kingdom is born.” Hallelujah!

Make plans to be at Woodmont this Sunday during second service.

Nicaragua 2015 Video

Big thanks to Kelsey Fisher who not only took all the pictures but edited this video. She’s pretty talented folks.

Week of July 19-25

Wednesday, July 22 – PARK DAY.
Meet at the church at 12 get lunch with the interns. Then go for a hike around Radnor Lake so be sure to bring shoes and clothes to hike in! Kids are welcome to come back and stay at the church until after the evening service. Make sure to come to sonic after!

Thursday, July 23 – OUTSIDE NIGHT MOVIE.
Get lunch with the interns at 12 at Chipotle in Green Hills. Then join us for an outside movie at a surprise location around the church. Come at 7:30 to hang out, play games, and watch a movie.

Friday, July 24 – ZOO DAY.
Meet up at the church at 11, pack a lunch or get lunch at the zoo, everyone get into the mood and dress like you’re going on an African safari! (Cost is $15 for admission)

Saturday, July 25 – WATERFALL.
Meet at the church at 8 to head to Foster Falls. Be sure to wear your swimming suit, bring a change of clothes, a towel and a lunch with plenty of water! (If possible bring $5 to help pay for gas money)

If you have ANY questions, need a ride, or anything else contact one of the interns!
Chloe – 785-766-6470
Talia – 615-974-7091
Stephen – 502-671-9071
Trevor – 303-720-2270

Medina 2015, Homecoming


Somewhere during the week I lost track of the day (and year). However, I assure you it was not for a lack of excitement or activity. More than anything it was because we were so blessed this week by the people we met at Medina Children’s Home and the work God called us to do. From our arrival on Sunday to departure Saturday, we witnessed God’s freeing and redemptive light in the hearts and stories of His children and we were reminded that, As the rain and the snow come down from heaven, and do not return to it without watering the earth and making it bud and flourish, so that it yields seed for the sower and bread for the eater, so is my word that goes out from my mouth: It will not return to me empty, but will accomplish what I desire and achieve the purpose for which I sent it.

Thank you Father for blessing us with this opportunity to be salt and light in Medina. May your purpose at the home be achieved in a way that brings you glory and honor. Amen.


We return today (Saturday, July 18) on SW flight 4526 at 2:10 p.m.

Medina 2015, Day 5

Most of us started our morning with a hike up the hill (the not so small mountain) before the sun was even awake. We didn’t make it in time to see the sunrise. But it didn’t damage the view of the campus or the valley. We returned for breakfast and had a morning devotional before we broke out into our work crews. Some of us spent the day shoveling gravel, scraping tile, cooking, raking leaves, and removing glue from one of the cottages floors. Then we came back together for lunch that was spiced up by jalapeno pepper poppers! Then we went back to work and finished up all our jobs. After work we came together again to play with the kids while we treated the moms to a craft. We love the kids (they are insane!!) and we are not ready to go home. We are going to enjoy our last day here in the lovely little town of Medina, Texas.

Sincerely yours,

Gillian, Katherine, and Jax.

Medina 2015, Day 4

Today we woke up and ate breakfast at 7:30. Then we had a morning devotional about being present. We then set off to work various jobs including hauling rocks, scraping more tile, scraping tile glue and other miscellanies jobs. We took a break to eat a yummy oriental lunch including stir fry and wontons. It was delicious.

Brooke finally made it after getting much needed rest and we returned to our jobs for a few hours until it was time to get ready for chapel. Chapel was led by Stephen and our seniors. They even invited some of the little kids to join them on stage to sing the songs with them. Then we went to dinner with all the people on campus, including residents, mothers, and staff. We had a great time meeting new people and fellowshipping with them. We played on the basketball courts then went and had a group devotional before going off to bed. We are looking forward to the rest of the week.

Lexie Sircy and Ragan Huffman

Medina 2015, Day 4

Wednesday our seniors organized and led an incredible time of worship with the families at Arms of Hope. The songs, scripture, and message all centered around the them of “light”. The students planned and practiced for the worship while scrapping glue! It was a powerful time.

For God, who said, “Let light shine out of darkness,” made his light shine in out hearts to give us light of the knowledge of God’s glory displayed in the face of Christ.” II Corinthians 4:6

No Youth Class Tonight

We won’t be having class tonight since so many are out on mission trips. 

Love you all, and see you Sunday!

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