Adult Bible Study: 10 AM, each sunday
Sunday Service: 11 AM
Potluck: 1st Sunday, after the service
Communion: 1st Sunday, during the service
Youth Group: 4 PM, 2nd & 4th Sunday
Woman's Association: 10 AM 2nd Thursday
Each sabbath day service includes a children segment (Young People's Time) after which they attend class while the adult enjoy the remainder of the services. Our current youth class includes elementary classes of all ages where we are learning to live and share the good news of the bible. There is always room for more.
To celebrate the coming of this world's greatest savior we welcome the light of candles in celebration. Come join us as we spread the light and praise together through our favorite Christmas carols.
One service a year we rough the great outdoors and worship while being surrounded by the the beauty of nature. Come join us as we worship the Lord within his wondrous creations.
One of the most venerable of “special Sundays.” The day has taken on new relevance and depth of meaning in a world where globalization often has undermined peace and justice, and in a time when fear divides the peoples of God's earth. On this day we celebrate our oneness in Christ, the Prince of Peace, in the midst of the world we are called to serve – a world ever more in need of peacemaking.
As we enter into the Lent season come remember why we celebrate.
Remember Jesus' triumphant entrance into Jerusalem under a canopy of palm branches. Come celebrate his arrival with us.
The Lords' last supper will be remembered with a soup buffet and services will follow at 6:45 PM.
Join us as we mourn our Savior's decent onto the cross and preparation for his rising. This year's service is a celebration of various churches in the area. We will join in the community services at Sevier Valley Center.
Join us in commemoration of our Savior's sacrifice during regular services. Children's Easter Egg Hunt will follow the services.
Easter Sunday 8am - 10 am
Take a break from the busy Easter season and let our gentlemen take over the kitchen for you. Come join us for Breakfast before services.
The National Day of Prayer was created in 1952 by a joint resolution of Congress, and signed into law by President Harry S. Truman. Join us and the rest of the nation in a time set aside to pray for our country. The whole community will join together in this service.