8 a.m. worship features music familiar to anyone growing up in a southern church, a style we might call “rural traditional.”
11 a.m. worship immerses the congregants in the great traditions of Methodist liturgy, music and prayer.
In any worship service, the goal is simple: Glorify God, praising God as Creator, Savior, and the one who sustains us today with his Holy Spirit. As Methodists, we believe we can experience God directly through the Holy Spirit, and that worship makes us more aware of God’s constant presence. Our preaching emphasizes God’s truth as revealed in Scripture.
Our worship services usually are held in our beautiful sanctuary, which sits within view of Watts Bar Lake. The sanctuary is decorated with stained glass reminders of Christ’s precious life.
Regarding dress code: There really is none. Some of our folks like to dress up; others are quite casual, regardless of the service they attend. Enter the presence of God as you see fit.
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