Making Your First Visit?

coffeeWe’re so glad you’ve decided to visit us! You’ll find a list of commonly asked questions below. Please don’t hesitate to send us a message or give us a call at (615) 824-4006 to let us know you’re coming!

How do I get there?

Long Hollow is one church that meets in two locations just north of Nashville. You can find detailed schedule information and directions here.

Where should I park?

If you’re attending the Hendersonville Campus, you can enter onto our “ring road” from New Shackle or Long Hollow Pike. From there, our parking team will escort you to the closest available parking spot. We also offer parking trams if you need to park far away, or have a special need.

Our Gallatin Campus has parking teams on site that will guide you to the closest spot and even bring you and umbrella for the way in if its raining!

What should I wear?

Long Hollow has a “come as you are” atmosphere. You will see some dressed up; some dressed casual. We have no expectations for attire.

Where do my kids go?

newhereAll campuses offer special activities for babies, preschoolers, children, Middle School, and High School. Times and locations vary by campus, so check their pages of this site for more information on regular programming. Be sure to pick up a “New Here?” booklet when you arrive at your campus as well; it’ll provide you with a detailed map and tell you where to drop them off. Of course, you’re welcome to bring your kids to worship with you (but they’ll probably enjoy our age-level ministries much more!).

All children ages 5th Grade and younger check-in with a secure sticker system; the check-in process is quick and easy, and you’re given a secure code where only you can pick them up. In addition, all teachers and caregivers undergo a thorough background check before they’re allowed to serve with children. Your kids are safe at Long Hollow!

What is a Sunday service like?

Our Sunday services offer powerful live worship and Biblical teaching that is relevant to every day life. Take a look through our message archives to get a feel for what a service is like. Each service lasts about an hour.

Be sure to say “Hello!”

When you visit, don’t forget to stop by The Living Room (in Hendersonville) or Guest Services (Gallatin) to introduce yourself. We’d love to meet you and your family, and answer any questions you may have. We’re so glad you decided to visit Long Hollow!

Do you have questions or comments after your first visit with us? Please let us know!