Holly Meyer, The Tennessean

Holly Meyer

The Tennessean

Nashville, TN, United States

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Recent articles by Holly:

Why this church gave thousands of dollars to a small businesses in its community

Goodlettsville Church recently donated thousands of dollars to three businesses in the communities where its members worship. → Read More

Metro public health director urges churches to go slow when resuming in-person worship

Metro Public Health Director Dr. Michael Caldwell addressed the matter Thursday afternoon during a Roadmap for Reopening Nashville webinar. → Read More

Dozens wear masks for National Day of Prayer walk in Goodlettsville

The prayer walk, put on by the Goodlettsville Ministerial Alliance, was just one of several National Day of Prayer events held Thursday in Tennessee. → Read More

Tennessee app creators launch new way to connect in prayer during COVID-19 pandemic

In the works for years, PrayerLincs' creators never guessed they'd launch their app during a global pandemic. → Read More

Metro Nashville school board denies five charter school applications

The proposed charter schools were rated in four areas: academics, operations, finances and past performance. → Read More

How one Brentwood family is adapting their Ramadan traditions during the COVID-19 crisis

Ramadan is just the latest in a long list of major events to be disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

How Tennesseans are staying social while social distancing

Tennesseans are using technology to connect virtually while remaining physically apart → Read More

Keep social distancing, Nashville leaders say. Yes, even on Easter Sunday.

Many churches and other houses of worship in Nashville have suspended in-person services to help slow the spread of the outbreak. → Read More

How one tornado-damaged church is writing its own resurrection story amid the COVID-19 crisis

Mount Bethel members are not the only ones reeling from back-to-back devastation in Tennessee. → Read More

Amid COVID-19, Jewish family turns to technology so Passover Seders can continue

Jewish families are turning to technology to come together for Passover over the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

'Give the Lord a honk praise:' Drive-in services keep churches connected during coronavirus pandemic

Springfield’s Grace Baptist Church, like many other congregations in Tennessee, is rising to the challenge of how to connect during social distancing. → Read More

Amid COVID-19, why hospital staff are praying on flight decks, before shifts and in parking lots

Hospitals have long inspired prayer, but many faithful are focusing their appeals to God as those inside battle the novel coronavirus. → Read More

Fourth person dies following COVID-19 outbreak at Gallatin nursing home

The outbreak quickly escalated over the weekend. → Read More

COVID-19 outbreak at Gallatin nursing home 'starting to resolve'

Tennessee Department of Health Commissioner Dr. Lisa Piercey said the state has surveyed and inspected the Gallatin Center for Rehabilitation and Healing. → Read More

After nursing home outbreak, Sumner County mayor 'extremely' concerned about overwhelming health care providers

A large portion of Sumner County's cases are linked to the Gallatin Center for Rehabilitation and Healing, which became a hot spot for the novel coronavirus. → Read More

More Gallatin nursing home patients hospitalized amid COVID-19 outbreak

Five additional Gallatin nursing home residents have been transferred to Sumner Regional Medical Center. → Read More

Coronavirus news in Tennessee: Country star Joe Diffie dies; John Prine in hospital

We'll have all the latest news on the fight against the coronavirus in Tennessee here. → Read More

City taps two Nashville pastors to urge residents to stay home amid COVID-19 crisis

The Rev. Becca Stevens and Bishop Joseph Walker III were given a couple of minutes each during Nashville's COVID-19 news conference Saturday. → Read More

40 Gallatin nursing home patients hospitalized, 142 tested for COVID-19

The first wave of patients from the Gallatin Center for Rehabilitation and Healing were taken to Sumner Regional Medical Center on Friday. → Read More

Passover, Easter and Ramadan: How the coronavirus crisis could disrupt religious holidays

Social distancing guidelines and state and local lock could extend through Passover, Easter and Ramadan. → Read More