Serve

Serve

Priest Lake is a small church doing big things!

In response to Christ’s reminder, “Truly I tell you, just as you did it to one of the least of these… you did it to me,” Priest Lake Presbyterian Church believes strongly in community outreach as a way to deepen our relationship with God and with our fellow man.

Click on the thumbnails below to find out how you can serve with us to spread God’s love through ministry.

Angaza Nuru

Angaza Nuru When the Oyaro family came to PLPC from Kenya, no one knew how much God would use them to transform the hearts and minds of the church. Pastor Richard and his wife Elizabeth serve a mission congregation in Bodoi, Kenya. They came to the United States to visit their daughters, but health concerns have kept them here in the states. The whole Oyaro family helped PLPC to become aware of the needs of the small and ” forgotten”…

Room In the Inn

Members from our church volunteer every other month at Room in the Inn in Nashville.  All are welcome to participate in this rewarding ministry.

F.I.N.D. Design

F.I.N.D. Design is a non-profit that exists to provide gender-based programming that empowers, elevates, and educates girls to be emotionally strong and resilient. F.I.N.D. partners with Metro schools and their offices are located at PLPC. Their summer camp is also located at the church. To learn more, visit The F.I.N.D. Design web site!
PLPC Garden

Community Garden

In the spring of 2019, the PLPC Community Garden was born! We partner with Smith Springs Community Center to teach kids and adults how to plant and maintain vegetables. We then distribute the harvested bounty to our neighborhood members who have less resources. Volunteers are always welcome… contact the church office for more information.

Project JOY

Project J.O.Y. Project J.O.Y., started in 1998, is a regional mission started by the youth of the church, but now involves teens and adults of all ages. Recognizing a serious lack of resources in the coal-mining community of Harlan, Kentucky, PLPC has developed a multi-focal project that involves gathering and distributing food, household products, clothing and school supplies. School officials in Harlan help us coordinate to those with the greatest need. In October of each year, two large moving vans…

Rock Eternal Arabic-Speaking Worship Community

In 2018, PLPC was presented with the opportunity to partner with Rev. Wael Sous, an Egyptian Presbyterian pastor. Rev. Sous was interested hosting a new worship community for Arabic-speaking Christians. The Session and the Middle Tennessee Presbytery approved this partnership. Since then, Rock Eternal has been meeting on Sunday nights at 7:00 p.m. for worship. Our two communities (pre-Covid) meet on Wednesday evenings 12 weeks per year to share a meal, children’s study time and adult conversational English. We also…