Whether you're hosting a presentation, reception, meeting or formal meal, the Ezell Center and its amenities will ensure your event vision becomes a reality.
The $10.5 million Ezell Center, is named for Miles Ezell Sr., founder of Nashville’s Purity Dairies, and features the Doris Swang Chapel, with a unique stained glass window design; the Mullican Television Studio; the J.M. McCaleb Mission Center; the Paul Rogers Board Room; and Sanders-Baxter Hall, which is named in memory of Batsell Barrett Baxter and J.P. Sanders.
Whereas local civic, business and religious groups have been using Lipscomb’s facilities for years, the Ezell Center now offers the very latest in learning spaces in the third-floor conference center, offering cutting-edge interactive whiteboards and rolling tables, chairs and walls that can quickly create several spaces for break-out groups.
The Ezell Center boasts 21 classrooms, television and radio studios, a missions center to serve the hundreds of people who attend Lipscomb-coordinated mission trips each year, a chapel with an impressive stained glass window and a collaborative learning space with portable tables, chairs, whiteboards and walls.