In addition to the ministries founded, directly supported, and/or consistently staffed by St. Augustine’s volunteers listed under the Serve tab, members of our community are involved in a number of other organizations seeking to serve Christ in all persons.
If you are interested in having an organization listed here, please contact a member of the St. Augustine’s Advisory Board.
A grassroots organization that empowers communities to work together against the HIV/AIDS and water crises in Africa.
DuBose Conference Center
A Place Apart. DuBose is home to Camp Gailor-Maxon, the Episcopal Church Camp in Tennessee, as well as the Winterfest youth retreat and the annual Episcopal Churchmen’s Conference. The St. Augustine’s community gathers each fall for a weekend parish retreat at DuBose.
Faith Family Medical Center
Providing residents of the greater Nashville area who do not have health insurance with affordable, quality primary medical care.
A nonprofit organization of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) Episcopalians and straight friends. Since its founding by Dr. Louie Crew in rural Georgia in 1974, Integrity has been the leading grassroots voice for the full inclusion of LGBT persons in the Episcopal Church and for equal access to its rites. Through Integrity’s evangelism, thousands of LGBT people estranged from the Episcopal Church and other denominations have returned to parish life.
Lwala Community Alliance
Lwala’s mission is to build the fundamental human capacity of the people of Lwala, a rural village in Western Kenya, to advance their own comprehensive well being, including physical health, educational opportunity, economic freedom, cultural vitality and spiritual growth.
St. Luke’s Community House
St. Luke’s helps low income working families, seniors, and individuals in West Nashville achieve their potential and prevent problems that threaten the stability of families and community.
St. Mary’s, Sewanee
A Center for Spiritual Development on the Cumberland Plateau, offering a place of natural beauty and quiet for retreat, renewal and learning. Grounded in the tradition and experience of the Episcopal Church, its mission of spiritual hospitality extends to persons of diverse religious and spiritual backgrounds.
Nashville Organized for Action and hope (NOAH)
Nashville Organized for Action and Hope (NOAH) is a faith led coalition that is multi-racial and interdenominational comprised of congregations, community organizations, and labor unions that work to give voice to traditionally marginalized people.
Tennessee interfaith power & Light (TIPL)
Tennessee Interfaith Power & Light (TIPL) responds to the challenges of the climate crisis through upholding the sacredness of all life, protecting vulnerable communities, and caring for the earth.
All Sacraments for All People (ASAP)
All Sacraments for All People desires that every person may find a congregation in the Diocese of Tennessee in which to share in the full sacramental life of the Episcopal Church.