Anne Marie Farmer

Small Groups & Connections Director

Anne-Marie Farmer was born in Mississippi, spent a few years in Arkansas, and landed in Nashville with her family when she was 11. She works with small groups, new members, and those visiting Woodmont. She has been a member of Woodmont since 2001. Her background is as an attorney, having been a litigator at Bass Berry & Sims and later a clinical instructor at Vanderbilt Law School, supervising students in providing legal services to indigent veterans. She is married to Jonathan and together they have two children—Henry, 6th grader at JT Moore Middle School, and George, 3rd grader at Glendale Elementary. Anne-Marie has served both as a Stephen Minister and former president of CWF, as well as on the boards of Disciples Divinity House, the League of Women Voters, and PTO boards for both her children’s schools. She enjoys hiking, reading, gardening, and watching movies with her boys. Anne-Marie and Jonathan keep this old American prayer framed in their home: “We ask not to be freed from storms, but the will to build houses on rock that will not fall. We pray not for a smooth sea, but for a stout ship, a good compass, and a strong heart to sail.”

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