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Dear Friends,

Fall 2010 is here! This time of year seems to be the busiest and craziest for MCM and we are ready, excited and energized about all of the things coming up. First, we want to thank the Tennessee District Church of the Nazarene NMI/NYI for bringing a great team to MCM on Saturday, September 11th. The team did a lot of much needed work for us and we sincerely appreciate the hard efforts of Pastor Jimmy Wright for coordinating the event!

We’d also like to thank our friends at Concord Community Church of the Nazarene in Brentwood, TN. Pastor Tom Todd brought a wonderful, energetic group over to work on Sunday, September 26th. They painted, cleaned and did an amazing job. We look forward to working with this group monthly!

If you or a small group, Sunday School class, club or organization would like to get involved or come for a work day, PLEASE contact us. We have projects that ANYONE and everyone can do!

We’d like to share some very special coming events with you and hope you’ll mark your calendars and plan to come and support MCM.

Tuesday, October 12th- Quizno’s night for MCM. Come and enjoy a reasonably priced delicious dinner at Quizno’s, 4209 Nolensville Rd, Nashville, TN 37211 between 4PM-9PM and MCM will receive a portion of the profit.

Tuesday, October 19th- A Night of Hope for Music City Mission. This special evening will feature a delicious catered dinner, silent auction, music, comedy and hope and inspiration. Tickets are $50 per person and can be purchased on our home page by clicking “donate” or by calling 615-788-1490. We would LOVE for you to join us and support this very special evening. Singer/Speaker/Comedienne Sue Duffield and her amazing pianist husband Jeff will be our special guests. We’ll also hear some life-changing testimonies from several friends of MCM. You don’t want to miss this! Appetizers and Silent Auction begin at 6:00 PM and Dinner will be served at 6:30 PM. We hope to see YOU there!

Sunday, October 31- Faith Family Fest. A fun, exciting day for the whole family! We’ll have music by Award Winning Recording Artist and Song Writer Kim McClean and Devon O’Day, inflatables, games, special prizes, free food and lots of candy! Kids can dress up in appropriate costumes if they so choose and we’ll have a fun, fabulous time together. We’ll kick things off at 2:00 PM and have a special family friendly wrestling show at 4:00 PM and wrap up by 6:00 PM (since it is a school night!) Everyone is invited!

Friday, November 12th-4th Annual Benefit Concert at Grace Church of the Nazarene, 2620 Pennington Bend Rd, Nashville, TN 37217-featuring: The Freemans (www.the-freemans.com), McMillan and Life (www.mcmillanandlife.com) and Gaither Homecoming Soloist Mike Allen (www.mikeallenonline.com) You will NOT want to miss this exciting evening as these artists share some powerful, life-changing music. Come ready to worship and celebrate! $5 admission and a can of food and a love offering will also be received.

Thursday, November 25- MCM Annual Thanksgiving Meal. Special Events Director Jack Myers will have more detailed information to share in the coming weeks. The meal is open to anyone and everyone and will be served from 11:00 AM-1:oo PM.

Saturday, December 18th- MCM Annual Christmas Party for Kids! Reservations for the parties will begin on Thanksgiving day and will be open until we all spots are filled. We’ll have an 10AM party and a 2PM party. More exciting info will be available soon! MCM will be needing toys for kids ages 0-18 and will begin collecting in November.

As you can see we have a busy fall ahead of us! Please feel free to contact us to get involved or if you would like to donate clothing, food, toys or any financial gifts. We are so thankful for our friends and supporters who continually enable us to fulfill our purpose, “Healing the City, One Life at a Time.”

God Bless You!

Jennifer Wilkerson

Director of Community Relations

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October 5, 2010 at 5:08 am

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