Worship Without Walls | Providence Church | Mt. Juliet, TN

Our next Worship Without Walls event is  this Sun, Sep 25. We look forward to serving with you! Childcare is available until 2:00 for infants - 2 year olds.

Worship Without Walls is a day of service that takes place two times per year. These are times when everyone who calls Providence Church home has the opportunity to serve people locally, regionally, nationally, and around the world. Worship Without Walls is centered around the four initiatives God has given us for the next ten years. We want to see:

  1. Everyone Fed: Hunger and food insecurity affects over 25% of our county’s residents. We seek to see every individual and family fed!
  2. Everyone Free: Through this initiative we seek to support those who are incarcerated or entering back into our community from incarceration.  Additionally, we seek to support individuals and families affected by drug and alcohol addiction.
  3. Everyone Safe: Community violence, domestic abuse and human trafficking are on the rise. Through this initiative we seek to raise awareness in these areas and support our first responders.
  4. Everyone Ready: Education is vital to the flourishing of individuals and communities. We believe in supporting our students, teachers and administrators, so that every child can grow into who God has created them to be.

Volunteer Opportunities Fall 2022

Click on each volunteer opportunity for more details.

  • All for Him

    • All for Him is a ministry that provides support, supplies and feeding program for people experiencing homelessness in Wilson County and in Nashville. Through Worship Without Walls, we will provide and serve food at the Travel Inn in Lebanon to the people All for Him serves. This project will take place at 3pm.
  • Compassionate Hands

    • Compassionate Hands is a non profit serving people experiencing homelessness in Wilson County. They provide shelter space for men and women during the winter months, and provide a Renewal Path to assist people in obtaining housing again. For Worship Without Walls, we will provide and build a shed to be used for organizing and storing yard supplies at The Center for Hope and Renewal. This project will take place Sunday after the 11 am service.
  • Drug Free WilCo.

    • Drug Free WillCo seeks to prevent and reduce drug misuse and addiction among youth and adults through education, communication, and awareness of resources. They are made up of individuals, professionals, and community agencies working together to prevent substance misuse in Wilson County. For Worship Without Walls, we will assist DrugFree Wilco in preparing 200 lockboxes that will be utilized in homes for putting prescription pills to keep out of reach of children in their homes. This project will take place Sunday after the 11 am service.
  • Foster 180

    • Foster 180 prepares individuals for excellence in Foster Care throughout Wilson County in middle Tennessee. They do this by working alongside DCS and connecting local churches with the needs of social workers and foster families. They provide trauma informed trainings and equipping churches to provide WRAP teams to support foster families. Through the month of September, we will be collecting pajamas from sizes Newborn through Adult XL. On Worship Without Walls Sunday we will organize the pajamas for Foster 180 and put them in 'Go Bag's for children entering Foster Care. This project will take place Sunday after the 11 am service.
  • Hananiah House

    • Hananiah House provides safe, stable transitional housing for women who have been incarcerated. They are a faith-based nonprofit program which includes job training, counseling, and daily support that empowers our residents to heal, grow, and build a positive future for themselves and their families. Through Worship Without Walls we will build a portion of a privacy fence to connect to an already existing fence and install shelving in their laundry closet. This project will take place Sunday after the 11 am service.
  • Legacy Mission Village

    • Founded by refugees for refugees, Legacy's mission is to provide hope and healing to refugees in the Middle Tennessee area by empowering refugees with education and skills to achieve stability and thereby facilitating successful integration into American society. During Worship Without Walls we will be collecting diapers of all sizes.
  • MJPD

    • Mt. Juliet is considered one of Tennessee's safest cities. Affordable, clean, well-governed, and prosperous, Mt. Juliet has seen exponential population and business growth over the last decade, with over 35,000 residents who now call Mt. Juliet home. This project will take place Sunday at 8am. The 79 full-time employees and nearly 50 volunteers of the Mt. Juliet Police Department are committed to keeping you, your family, and our community safe by providing the best possible service and being community strong. Through Worship Without Walls, we want to ensure our police department knows we care for all they do to keep us safe. We will do a variety of projects at their training area. From landscaping and yard work, to pressure washing their training space, organizing their shed, assembling a storage cabinet and more.
  • MJFD Yard Work

    • Through Worship Without Walls, we will provide landscaping and yard work for the outside portion of Station 1. Sign up for this project on either Saturday September 24 or Sunday September 25. This project will take place Saturday at 8 am and Sunday at 8 am.
  • MJFD Kitchen Organization

    • Through Worship Without Walls, we will organize new kitchen supplies and organize the pantries for the firehouse. Additionally, you can sign up to provide a freezer meal for the firemen to have on hand at the firehouse.. This is a great project for a family or small group to do together. We hope to have 15 freezer meals for dinner for the firehouse to keep on hand. This project will take place after the 11:00 service on Sunday.
  • Mt. Juliet Help Center

    • The Mt. Juliet Help Center is dedicated to providing temporary & emergency food, utility, & clothing assistance to families in western Wilson County. Their purpose is to help bridge the gap when families are unable to provide basic necessities. They offer compassionate support & maintain the dignity of their clients while partnering with local churches & other community organizations. Each month we collect food for the Mt. Juliet Help Center. Through Worship Without Walls, we invite you to pack 2 to 3 bags to bring in on September 25. Additionally, you can sign up to organize, weigh and load the food we collect to deliver to The Help Center. Whether you do this every month or it is your first time, this a great way to jump in and serve our community!
  • Open Table Nashville

    • Open Table Nashville is a non-profit, interfaith community that disrupts cycles of poverty, journeys with the marginalized and provides education about issues of homelessness. We are collecting items for Care Kits. Through the month of September, bring in: water/sports drinks, protein shakes, tuna kits, snacks like granola bars, goldfish, crackers etc, body wipes, deodorant, socks and bug spray. Through Worship Without Walls, we will put together 200 Care Kits that Open Table will distribute to people experiencing homelessness in and around the Nashville area. This is a great project for families with young children to participate in. This event will take place Sunday after the 11:00 service.
  • Rest Stop Ministries

    • Rest Stop Ministries, Inc. is a faith-based organization in the Nashville, TN area dedicated to comprehensively restoring female survivors of domestic sex trafficking. They follow a housing-first model and provide holistic survivor-centered, trauma-informed care in a long-term residential community. They partner locally with End Slavery Tennessee as their primary referral agency, and also accept other referrals. For Worship Without Walls, we will repaint their gazebo and benches and do landscaping and yardwork. This event will take place Sunday at 8:00am.
  • SEED India

    • Seed India is organization serving within slum communitites in Kolkata, India. They help families transform from poverty to opportunity. They serve families in rural Indian villages and slums, meeting their physical and emotional needs so they can become healthy and strong. They work with each community individually to educate and train up young leaders who will one day change the future for their families. They serve girls and boys in our two residential Dream Homes, where they provide education and training so these children can break the cycle of poverty and create a life of opportunity for themselves. With only 2% of the population identifying as Christian, additionally, SEED has 8 church communities developing in Kolkata and are about to embark upon building their first church building. During Worship Without Walls we will make Christmas Cards for the children and staff. This event will take place Sunday after the 11:00 service.
  • Wilson Rides

    • Wilson Rides helps to preserve the quality of life and foster a connected community for older adults in Wilson County by providing safe transportation to local destinations. Through Worship Without Walls, we will package 100 care bags for Senior Citizens who sign up with Wilson Rides and 75 care bags for Volunteer Drivers. The majority of the items are meant to keep them safe as well as provide some type of self care and/or healing if possible.

Donation Opportunities Fall 2022

Registration for these events are not required. Click on each volunteer opportunity for more details. View a full list of items needed for donation here.

  • Foster 180

    • Foster 180 prepares individuals for excellence in Foster Care throughout Wilson County in middle Tennessee. They do this by working alongside DCS and connecting local churches with the needs of social workers and foster families. They provide trauma informed trainings and equipping churches to provide WRAP teams to support foster families. Through the month of September, we collect children's pajamas for children sizes newborn through Adult XL.
  • Open Table Nashville

    • Open Table Nashville is a non-profit, interfaith community that disrupts cycles of poverty, journeys with the marginalized and provides education about issues of homelessness. We are collecting items for Care Kits. Through the month of September, bring in: water/sports drinks, protein shakes, tuna kits, snacks like granola bars, goldfish, crackers etc, body wipes, deodorant, socks and bug spray.
  • Mt. Juliet Help Center

    • The Mt. Juliet Help Center is dedicated to providing temporary & emergency food, utility, & clothing assistance to families in western Wilson County. Their purpose is to help bridge the gap when families are unable to provide basic necessities. They offer compassionate support & maintain the dignity of their clients while partnering with local churches & other community organizations. Each month we collect food for the Mt. Juliet Help Center. Through Worship Without Walls, we invite you to pack 2 to 3 bags to bring in on September 25. Additionally, you can sign up to organize, weigh and load the food we collect to deliver to The Help Center. Whether you do this every month or it is your first time, this a great way to jump in and serve our community!
  • The Village at Glencliff

    • The mission of The Village at Glencliff is to provide a dignified, loving, and hospitable medical respite/ bridge housing community for our most vulnerable friends experiencing homelessness in Nashville in an effort to meet each individual’s most basic needs so that they are empowered to focus on healing and permanent supportive housing. We will be collecting cleaning supplies for The Village at Glencliff. This is a great way to be a part of Worship Without Walls if you are unable to participate in the work projects.