Recreation at First Presbyterian

First Presbyterian Church of Nashville has such an incredible array of facilities, amenities, and people that can be utilized for community and connection! The Recreation Ministry aims to utilize all the excellent things in the Recreation Department to bring the church and community together.First Presbyterian Church of Nashville soccer league Our sports programs include a children’s soccer league, and  children’s basketball league. We also have a pool on our church campus that is open during the summer months. Many of our recreational locations are available for rental!

Children’s Soccer | Spring and Fall

We offer a Children’s Soccer league in the Spring and Fall. This league is for children age 3 years through 6th grade. There are seven games in each season. All games are on Saturdays. Practices can be Sunday – Friday. There is a spot on the registration form to put dates/times that you cannot practice. We use this information when assigning a coach.

Fall 2021 Soccer Game Days:

    • Week 1: Aug. 28
    • No games Sept. 4 for Labor Day holiday
    • Week 2: Sept. 11
    • Week 3: Sept. 18
    • Week 4: Sept 25
    • Week 5: Oct. 2
    • Week 6: Oct. 9
    • Week 7: Oct. 16
    • Week 8: Oct. 23


The mission of T.E.A.M. (Therapeutic Equine Assistance Method) is to enhance the quality of life for disabled individuals by serving them through a therapeutic horseback riding program in a caring, Christian atmosphere. Click here for more info.First Presbyterian Church of Nashville horse barn

Oak Hill Day Camp | Summer

Since 1951, Oak Hill Day Camp has offered summer outdoor adventures for local children who receive the blessings of camp without having to leave Nashville. Each week’s program on our 70-acre campus consists of swimming, horseback riding, outdoor skills, arts and crafts, games, and Christian devotions. 

Pool Passes | Summer

The Don Wade Pool at First Presbyterian Church is a recreational pool with 3 ft to 6 ft of water. The pool is located next to the Cannon Center on the campus of First Presbyterian Church.