The Downtown Presbyterian Church sanctuary will be open to the public on a limited schedule for the remainder of 2021. During these designated times, a DPC member will be available to answer visitors’ questions. We have also created a QR code that visitors can scan to view an in-depth video of Jim Hoobler, church historian, describing the space and sharing some of its wonderful history. Sanctuary tours are free to attend with donations accepted. Reservations for these events are not required.
There is a wheelchair accessible entrance in the alley by the church parking lot, through the gate – press the buzzer and staff will assist. If you have accessibility questions prior to your visit, please contact the church office at 615-254-7584, or email [email protected]
The sanctuary will be open to the public from noon to 2pm on the following Fridays:
- September 24th
- October 15th
- October 29th
- November 12th
- There is no tour on Thanksgiving.
- December 10th
We invite you to attend our Christmas Eve service in lieu of a sanctuary tour.
At this time, only the sanctuary will be open to the public, and only at these times. All other areas will remain closed to the public. We hope to expand our availability in the future. We hope you will stop by during one of our open houses to learn more about the unique architecture of one of Nashville’s oldest churches. We look forward to once again sharing our unique & historic sanctuary with our community.