Around February of 2000, the church originally began in Robert Nakamoto's home in Burns Tennessee as an independent Sabbath church, but soon took on a Seventh Day Baptist identity. As it grew, it relocated to the Morgan House on the campus of the Unitarian church in Nashville, then to Martha Vaught Middle School in West Nashville. After 2004, the church temporarily ceased operations and contracted in size when its leadership was called to active duty in Iraq. During that time, the church began meeting in the conference room of the Hampton Inn at Bellevue and was facilitated by the SDB Circuit Rider program supported out of the Paint Rock Alabama SDB Church, consisting chiefly of the Rankhorn family, Early Sabbath morning, the Rankhorn family would pack up their musical instruments and their entire family and make the long drive to Nashville. This kind act eased our feelings of isolation and kept the church going and growing. God is always on time. From there the church moved to Sister Paula's house, then finally to Covenant Baptist Church, the final home for its last ten years.
Over the years the church has witnessed baptisms in the river, a baptismal in Paint Rock, and in the baptismal at Covenant Baptist Church.
During its history, the church supported the Rez Connection's Ministry in South Dakota, the Seventh Day Baptist Missionary Society, the Nashville Rescue Mission, the Hebron Home Orphanage and the widows at the House of God in India, a missionary to India, and assisted Covenant Baptist Church with the Food Pantry program.