Exalt the Word - Registration
Jun
25
4:00 pm16:00

Exalt the Word - Registration

  • Collins Auditorium, Lipscomb University

Before 3:00 p.m. your church, small group or para-church organization can choose a portion of the Bible to read aloud (see below), covering Nashville with the entire Word of God all in one day!

Download PDF

At 4:00 p.m. come together to hear the final chapters of Revelation read aloud at Lipscomb University's.

Bennett Student Center Flatt Amphitheater

 

Social Emotional Learning Conference
Jun
29
Jun 30

Social Emotional Learning Conference

Alignment Nashville’s 2017 Social Emotional Learning Conference at Cane Ridge High School in Antiochon June 29-30. This conference is recommended for United4Hope coordinators and team members.

 The conference will feature speakers that are leading the way in SEL as well as 50 unique workshops you can select that may be best suited to the work you are doing in our schools.

To learn more about the conference and to reserve your FREE space for residents of Davidson County.

Visit: http://www.alignmentnashville.org/behavioralhealth/selconference/

 


Celebration
Jun
1
11:30 am11:30

Celebration

  • Longview Mansion

Coordinators! We can't wait to see you at the year-end extravaganza at Longview Mansion on June 1st!

You have tirelessly worked to bless the students, their families, and the staff and teachers of MNPS; we are blown away by your service! We want to honor the great work you have done.

Be our guest for lunch as we celebrate the school year's accomplishments! We want to say thank you for your hard work and dedication to your school partners.

Come ready to celebrate with us and share how you've seen God move in you and your partner school this year.
Peace - Stan


 

2017 Golf Challenge
May
15
11:30 am11:30

2017 Golf Challenge

  • Temple Hills Country Club

We are excited about seeing your team championing the service of the church in Middle Tennessee on a great Monday afternoon in May. We expect 100+ golfers!

Schedule:

11:00 a.m. Registration, Driving Range
                  and Silent Auction are open
    11:30 a.m. Chic-fil-a Lunch
    12:30 p.m. Shotgun Start
    5:30 p.m. Backyard Burger Dinner


    Golf Challenge Awards - Recognition in each flight for: 
•  First Place Team   •  Second Place Team   •  Third Place Team
•  New Automobile for a hole-in-one on a designated par three hole.
•  $10,000 Cash Prize for a hole-in-one on a designated par three hole.
•  Closest to the pin in each foursome on each designated par three hole.

 

Sponsorship Opportunities:

Platinum Sponsor: $10,000 = Eight (8) Players, Primary Recognition on All Printed Material, Website Primary Event Signage, Recognition at lunch

Gold Sponsor: $5,000 = Eight (8) Players Listed on All Printed Material, Website, Primary Event Signage, Recognition at lunch

Silver Sponsor: $2,500 = Four (4) Players, Website, Primary Event Signage, Recognition at lunch

Bronze Sponsor: $1,200 = Four (4) Player, Listed on Primary Event Signage

Pastor Sponsor: $1,200 = Four (4) Players or $300 for 1 Player, Listed on Primary Event Signage

Individual Player = One (1) Player $300

Hole Sponsor: Custom Sign $250 = Placed on Tee Box or Green

Register Names for Team Captain and Players here:

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Please fill in individual names.

The Operation Andrew Group specializes in building strong community relationships in education with the United4Hope program, focusing on growing the next generation of Christian business leaders in the Oak Project, and serving clergy as they learn more about our city through LINC.

Your support helps Nashvillians serve together - across all sectors, denominations and cultural barriers - to spiritually and socially transform the lives of people year-round. 

For the 12th Annual Golf Challenge Metro students will prepare a gift for each golfer – saying thank you for helping their school!

 
Oak Project Mid-year Mixer
May
11
5:30 pm17:30

Oak Project Mid-year Mixer

  • Clearview

Oak Project Members,

Plan on coming to our first ever mid-year mixer for The Oak Project. This is an opportunity to get recharged, plus, an open for interested new comers who want to be be part of the next round of mentorship pairings.

We're in 6-8 months now - working towards goals and dreams - now, even if disappointment has met us, that can be a significant milestone, reshaping our approach to challenges; mentors and mentees experience see gain. The Oak Project aligns priorities, ownership and motives.

What drives you to work hard? Is it family, is it money, is it God?

Please RSVP if you are interested - bring friends. See you in mid-May!

 

 

 

2017 National Day of Prayer
May
4
12:00 pm12:00

2017 National Day of Prayer

  • Bennett Auditorium

The Operation Andrew Group and the YMCA of Middle Tennessee invite the community to a civic observance of the 65th Annual National Day of Prayer on Thursday, May 5, 2015. The mid-day gathering provides an opportunity for cultures and denominations in Nashville and Middle Tennessee to join in one central location. Break-out groups following the main program. Plan to follow on Twitter as the momentum builds across the country:
#nationaldayofprayer

Pastors Breakfast
Apr
25
7:30 am07:30

Pastors Breakfast

Dear Pastors and Friends,

We need your thoughts and help as we plan "Exalt The Word."

Last year on a Sunday in June 75 groups of people in 75 different locations read the entire of the Word of God into the air we breathe in Nashville and Middle Tennessee. Operation Andrew invited all who participated to Alumni Auditorium at Lipscomb for a culminating reading of the Revelation. 

This year, we are gathering Sunday, June 25, 2017, to EXALT THE WORD. The commitment is to read the entire word of God on Sunday morning or early afternoon. The culminating reading will be at 4:00 pm. as The Word is exalted by seven voices, spanning both the Old and New Testaments, with a special emphasis in the final words of Revelation.

To join this spiritually impacting event view this year’s 80 Scripture readings and select a portion to read aloud with your group of friends or family.

Please RSVP by April 21 for the "Exalt The Word" planning breakfast.

Community Invitation to North Precinct's Compstat
Feb
3
7:45 am07:45

Community Invitation to North Precinct's Compstat

  • North Precinct

The Nashville community is welcoming "Intersync" a de-centralized movement of like-minded individuals along with the Metro law enforcement for communication, collaboration, and celebration. (#Healing Matters).

Check Metro Nashville Precinct Locations and Compstat Meetings - please contact your local Precinct's Community Coordinator:

1st West Precinct
5500 Charlotte Pike

1:00 pm – Compstat Meeting

2nd East Precinct
936 East Trinity Lane

8:30 am – Compstat Meeting

3rd South Precinct
5101 Harding Place

9:00 am – Compstat Meeting

4th Central Precinct
601 Korean Veterans Boulevard

9:00 am – Compstat Meeting

5th Hermitage Precinct
3701 James Kay Lane

1:00 pm – Compstat Meeting

6th North Precinct
2231 26th Avenue North

9:30 am– Compstat Meeting

7th Madison Precinct
400 Myatt Drive

8:00 am – Compstat Meeting

8th Midtown Hills Precinct
1443 12th Avenue South

9:00 am – Compstat Meeting

 

Jan
30
9:00 am09:00

2017 Poverty Simulation

  • Martin Center

United4Hope Partnerships are encouraged to attend a Poverty Simulation at the Martin Center, located next to Eakin School on Monday, January 30, 2017, 9:00 a.m., goes to until 12:00 p.m. For Individuals or Teams; 3-Hour Training with 1-hour debriefing session by MNPS trainers.

Highly Recommended:
 “One of the best Professional Development Trainings I’ve attended.”
• 96% “valuable information; connect with students / families”
• 95% “feel confident they can apply what they learned”
• 97% “recommend to other MNPS professionals”
(Data from the 2014-2015 School Year)

Open Registration, no cost.

Questions? Please contact Stan Weber, Director of United4Hope

 

Dec
19
10:30 am10:30

United4Hope Christmas Open House

  • Stan & Alice Weber's Home

Come by to enjoy the Christmas holiday season with your leadership team at the home of Alice and Stan Weber. Festive refreshments, music and great conversation will be part of this opportunity to school partners in Metro Nashville Public Schools.

Park along the street, with access off South St.

 

Joe & Honey Rodgers Celebration
Oct
17
6:30 pm18:30

Joe & Honey Rodgers Celebration

  • Lipscomb University, Allen Arena

IMPACT OUR CITY WITH UNITY

The Eighth Annual Joe and Honey Rodgers Christian Civic Leadership Celebration honors the outstanding achievement of men and women in the greater Nashville area.

The 2016 Celebration is honoring Christian Civic Leaders Howard Gentry, and Amy Grant for their impact to our city, and recognizing Don Finto with a Lifetime Achievement Award for his service within Tennessee and Internationally.

A reception will begin at 6pm, with the dinner and main program at 6:30pm.

IMPACTORS:  $5,000 One Table – 10 Tickets, 4 Tickets to VIP Reception
3rd tier logo placement on all marketing materials including event signage
Logo on sponsorship reel at event, and Name or business name and printed in program.

TABLE HOSTS:  $2,000 One Table – 10 Tickets, 2 Tickets to VIP Reception
Name or business name displayed in program.

SUSTAINERS:  $1,000 4 Tickets to the Dinner
Name or business name displayed in program.

FRIENDS: Individual Tickets may be purchased for $250.

 

2016 Sponsorship Levels:

LEGACY LEADERS:  $100,000 Leading Sponsor of influence for Civic and Lifetime achievements. Four Tables – 40 Tickets, 40 Tickets to VIP Reception. Recognition from the podium during program. Foundational Sponsorship Logo placement on all marketing materials including event signage. Photo opportunity with honorees and keynote speaker during VIP reception. Logo presented as a Foundational sponsor, with a full page in the printed program. Contact Turney Stevens at 615-352-1805.

VISIONARIES:  $25,000 Two Tables – 20 Tickets, 10 Tickets to VIP Reception
1st tier Logo placement on all marketing materials including event signage
Photo opportunity with honoree and keynote speaker during VIP reception
Recognition from the podium during program. Logo presented as prominent sponsorship in reel, and highlighted in program. Contact Turney Stevens at 615-352-1805.

ANCHORS:  $10,000 Two Tables – 20 Tickets, 6 Tickets to VIP Reception
2nd tier Logo placement on all marketing materials including event signage
Recognition from podium during program, and Logo on sponsorship reel at event, with Name or business name and Logo printed in program. Contact Turney Stevens at 615-352-1805.


The Rodgers Award honors leadership across a broad cross-sector of civic service, elevated by characteristics of the Christian faith, investing in people, stimulating development and promoting integrity in many areas of life. These are all qualities of the individuals who have received the Rodgers Award.

Recipients are chosen by a blue ribbon selection committee made up of a diverse group of civic, faith and business leaders. Key characteristics of excellence, investing in people, stimulating the marketplace and promoting unity in the city are all qualities of the individuals who have been honored. Former honorees are: Stuart McWhorter, Lee Barfield, Beth Harwell, Sam Bartholomew, Lee Beaman, Marty Dickens, and Miles Ezell, Jr. 

Joe and Honey Rodgers were devoted to serving a wide range of interests in Nashville through their faith, in business, and by representing our country as Ambassadors to France.

The 2016 Christian Civic Leadership Celebration Dinner is sponsored by partners of Operation Andrew, and will be held on October 17, at the Lipscomb University, Allen Arena.

All proceeds to benefit The Operation Andrew Group. Donations are tax deductible.

 

 

Volunteer Recruitment Orientation
Sep
30
9:00 am09:00

Volunteer Recruitment Orientation

  • Center for Non-Profit Management

Yes, I would like to attend the Volunteer Management Intensive on Friday, September 30th. For more information I can call United4Hope at 615-353-1806.

    - 6-hr training intensive, provided at no cost - 8:30 registration
    - Lunch will be provided - RSVP by September 27, 2016
    - Located at the Center for Non-Profit
                37 Peabody St # 201, Nashville, TN 37210
    - Free Parking - limited spaces

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Sep
8
5:30 pm17:30

Oak Project Launch 2016-17

  • Lipscomb University Ezell Center Room

We are hosting this year's Oak Project Launch Event on Sept. 8th at Lipscomb's Ezell Center. Come hear from some of Nashville's best and brightest leaders about how a mentoring relationship has impacted them.

We invite you to come out and invite a friend who might be interested as well.


The Oak Project is a year commitment to meet once a month with your mentoring group, which consists of two mentees and one mentor. The groups go through a variety of personal and professional topics on a path to individual growth.

 

Jul
18
5:30 pm17:30

Annual Prayer Team

  • Operation Andrew Group

Monthly collaboration, sharing updates on our city's needs, prayer dates and locations of gatherings.

Community members from various churches and prayer groups across Middle Tennessee are welcome to join and encourage the awareness of Biblical studies.
For more information contact us.

Jun
7
9:00 am09:00

Stewards Of Children Training

  • The Village Chapel

 

Coordinators are invited to this well-respected, child sexual abuse prevention and response training. The Nashville Child Protection Coalition will be providing a dynamic and engaging two-hour training session this month. There is no fee, but space is limited.

Two session times will be offered - morning and evening are being proposed and will be confirmed.

Please contact Stan Weber for more details and if you would like to bring a small group.

May
9
11:30 am11:30

Stories Advance Your Reach

  • Longview Mansion

Extend the impact of your team through your stories.

Rhonda Lowry, President of Operation Andrew, will lead our discussion on the use of stories. This gathering will be held at Longview Mansion, a property rich in local lore. Longview, the home of James Caldwell, father of ten children and the founder of the Bell Telephone system in the South, is located near Franklin Road and Woodmount.

Save-the-date for Monday, May 9, at 11:30 a.m.