East Nashville’s McFerrin Park Neighborhood has a new sculpture — a cross with a heart of fire. The sculpture was created by Fred Major of Fred Major Galleries. It was installed on the front lawn of The Salvation Army Berry Street at the corner of Berry & Meridian streets on Saturday, November 7, 2015.
The heart represents God’s love that was demonstrated by Jesus’ death on the cross. The fire stands for a supernatural outpouring of God’s presence and power in revival and spiritual awakening.
The Salvation Army Berry Street is a non-traditional church based on open sharing and testimonies as prompted by the Holy Spirit, rather than on a one man sermon. It was established in March, 2008. It meets every Sunday morning at 10:45.