510 Foundation seeks to make the world a better place by helping those in greatest need and ensuring the next generation has opportunities to thrive. We accomplish our purpose through programming that provides physical nourishment and spiritual enrichment to all people in our community; including human services, athletics, arts, education, and scholarship programs
Adonai Arts Academy is a nonprofit organization devoted to discipleship and professional training for student artists of all backgrounds, abilities and ages, in order to enhance their gifts and equip them for ministry in the visual and performing arts.
Adonai Arts Academy instructs students in five locations across Davidson and Wilson Counties. Our home base is in Nashville First Church of the Nazarene.
Becki Privett, Executive Director [email protected]
Rebecca Poole, Dance Director [email protected]
Josiah Haynes, Music Director [email protected]
Private lessons are available in the areas of piano, drums, guitar, strings, voice, woodwinds, ballet, jazz, and contemporary dance, as well as art!
* There is a $20 yearly registration fee per student.
* Lessons are $20 for a 30-minute lesson and $35 for a 60 minute lesson.
* Family discounts available
* Scholarships available for students who qualify
*For more information contact [email protected]
NazRec seeks to provide a a safe, encouraging environment for all ages to develop their abilities in sports. NazRec began as a youth basketball league in 2010 with over 180 children, and has grown to over 700 children in the 2018 season. NazRec offers a competitive, safe, fun basketball league for families to enjoy.
Over an 8-week season, more than 3,000 people attend NazRec games. With many of the participants living in low-income housing, one-third of participants receive full or partial scholarships. No child is ever turned away from playing
For questions or more information regarding NAZ REC contact Chris Hines, Director, by phone at (615) 519-6302 or by at email
The Emmaus Fellowship is a Sunday afternoon/evening gathering that is primarily attended by our homeless congregation and those living in low-income/government housing. From 3-6pm every Sunday, attendees share a meal, have a chance to shower, and enjoy respite from the elements while listening to music, accessing, resources, and engaging in fellowship. Emmaus serves 150+ people in the East Nashville community all 52 weeks of the year from our location at 510 Woodland St. Nashville, TN 37206
-Children can be dropped off at NFCN at 6:00pm and must be picked up at 9:00pm (there will be a charge of $5 for every 5 minutes a child remains after 9:00pm)
-Suggested donation of $5/per child. If paying by check, please make checks payable to 510 Foundation.
-Background checked and safety-trained caregivers on-site
-Kids 2 and over will be served pizza, drinks and a cookie
-A fun-filled night of games, crafts and story time
Life Christian Counseling provides counseling to anyone seeking help with the issues we all face in this life. If you or someone you know is desiring to talk with a counselor, please contact us at 615-255-1289 and ask for a referral. Your call will remain confidential. Counseling is available regardless of your ability to pay.
Cheryl’s List volunteers assist over 330 individuals with furniture and home furnishings as they moved into or maintained permanent, safe housing. By providing new mattresses and redistributing donated, gently used furniture and housewares, Cheryl’s List made sure hundreds within Nashville were able to turn mere housing into “home sweet home”