Hope & healing for when life falls apart.

Jesus was in the healing business, so the church must be also.  

There is a lot of pain and brokenness in our world, and we are here to help – not judge.


Divorce, separation and relationship crisis bring about a complex set of emotions such as depression, anxiety, fear, anger, grief, loneliness and more.  We know firsthand because we’ve been there.  Join us in a safe, confidential, and healing environment for peer support, honest discussion, and recovery education.

AA & Al-Anon

We have one of the largest and longest-standing AA chapters in the entire Nashville area that meets Tuesday and Thursday nights in South Hall, a private, separate house on the south side of our campus, along with two very large Al-Anon chapters that meet in our church building on Tuesday nights and Saturday mornings.  Whether you’re looking for help for yourself or a loved one, we have a place where you will be safe and supported.

Stephen Ministry

Stephen Ministers are Woodmont members trained to provide one-on-one Christian caregiving to people experiencing a difficult time in life, such as grief, divorce, job loss, chronic or terminal illness, relocation, or separation.

The Center for Hope & Healing

One look at the mental illness epidemic in America will show you how desperately we need to prioritize mental, emotional, psychological, and spiritual well-being.  Led by our Executive Director, Vicki Askew, the center is open Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 8 AM to 5 PM at Campbell West, the former parsonage house behind the church.

Pastoral Care

Our ministers provide strong pastoral care to nurture our members who are sick, hurting, or in transition.