10604 Concord Rd. Brentwood, TN 37027

info@elshaddaicc.org

10604 Concord Rd. Brentwood, TN 37027

info@elshaddaicc.org

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Restoring the Historic

Concord Church 

Restoring the Historic

Concord Church 

September 18, 2019

We are so excited we are at the end off the planning

stage and soon we will begin our restoration. 

April 16, 2019

Thank you to all  our volunteers, we couldn’t do it without you! A big thanks to all the children who came out with their parents, by this way we are teaching our younger generations  to protect our environment and our waters.

January 3, 2019

All 48 windows are installed! This is a huge step in the restoration process, now we have daylight inside the building to start our indoor restoration!  Thank you to the people, families and churches who donated a window.  These windows are beautiful and  sturdy. They...

August 16, 2018

50 windows, 184 reasons and thousands of lives

Be part of this legacy!

Dear friend,

It is with great pleasure that we share with you this video as a testimony of God’s mercies.

Because of your prayers and support in the past, now we have begun the restoration of our historic building

Thanks for believing in us and supporting our dream.

March 1, 2018

We couldn't have done it without you, got  nearly 500 tree seedlings planted!  

Thank you  Cumberland Compact for partnering with us planting trees and protecting our stream. 

Shout out to  all the volunteers from our community, Vandy and Belmont  on...

February 15, 2018

On February 24 2018,Tennessee   will plant 250,000 native tree seedlings across Tennessee.*  

This will be the largest community-tree-planting event in Tennessee history, and is the largest tree-planting event in the United States. The Historic Concord Ch...

August 21, 2017

Did you know that over 3,000 miles of streams and waterways are affected by pollution in the Cumberland River Basin? That’s roughly the distance from Portland, Maine to Portland, Oregon!

No matter where you live in the basin, each and every one of us impacts the health...

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Historic buildings and monuments give cities a sense of heritage, identity, and prestige. We must therefore do all we can to preserve these landmarks for the appreciation of citizens, tourists, and future generations.
Historic preservation is a sound economic strategy that also promotes civic pride. This historic building stands for over 180 years as living testimony  of the rich history of what has transcended in this community. 
The Historic Concord Church  is one of the very few buildings still standing of the first church plants in the Nashville area. It is living proof of how Faith  has influenced our community since rural beginnings. 
 
 Great things have happened in the past two centuries and more great things are to come in this new millennium.Our vision is to carry on to the new generations what God has charged the founding fathers to do. 

Why is historic preservation important?

 

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