The Well Meets at Scarritt-Bennett Center – Harambee Auditorium

The beauty of Scarritt-Bennett Center

The beauty of Scarritt-Bennett Center

We’re so excited about being able to meet at the Scarritt-Bennett Center in Nashville, TN. Now, on every Tuesday at 7pm, we will gather in the Harambee Auditorium in Fondren Hall as schedules permit. The staff at SBC have been very kind to allow us to meet at their beautiful campus. Leann and I have felt the Lord calling us to move from our previous location for some time. It just took a while to work out the details.

Being closer to the center of Nashville has always been something we felt the Lord had called us to. This central location allows people to come from all over the middle Tennessee area and even from out of state. Within in walking distance to Music Row, Vanderbilt and Belmont Universities, and many other schools, businesses, and residential communities, The Well of Nashville can now be available to many who want to come an experience the presence of the Lord in a relaxed atmosphere.

Feel free to come anytime to wait on the Lord with us. The Word says that those who wait on the Lord shall renew their strength.*Isaiah 40:31(NKJV) But those who wait on the Lord 
shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles, they shall run and not be weary, they shall walk and not faint.

Leann and I pray that you always feel welcome at The Well of Nashville even if it’s only for an occasional visit, or as a regular attendee, or even someone just passing through Music City needing a place to come and experience the Lord in a fresh way.

Come and drink from The Well that never runs dry! Jesus – The Wellspring of Life.

*It’s best to park in LOT A, off of 18th Ave.- between Grand & Edgehill; then follow signs to The Well. Here’s a link to a campus map and direction information.

Fondren Hall at Scarritt-Bennett Center


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  1. Gary Davis says:

    Hello, Everybody at the Well of Nashville.
    I watch the Well because it is a place where my cup run over. It gives sweet water for
    those who thirst. It is a place where the Holy Spirit moves and nothing is being withheld.
    It is like the Pool where an angel troubles the water and you can receive everything.
    Come to the Well for praise that lifts sweet vapors to our Father and savior. Angels sing with us.
    Come and let the stone be rolled away in your life. Let yourself be washed in the river of love.
    Let this river consume the heart of the US and the world. I would simply say come on in the
    Water is fine!
    Gary G Davis

  2. Sharon Horn says:

    Are you going to have Christmas Eve services ? what time?

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