Calvary Baptist Church
opens clothes closet to the public
Calvary Baptist Church now has a clothes closet ministry. It will be open to the public on Tuesday nights from 6:30 to 8:00 pm. If you are or know of anyone in need, please come visit us on Tuesday nights in our Life Center. They are located at
1324 Cold Springs Road in Mountain City.
Roan Creek Baptist Church
has medical equipment for those in need
East Tennessee Medical Mission at Roan Creek Baptist Church has medical equipment for those in need. This is a free service. If you are in need of medical equipment please call Roan Creek Baptist Church on Monday, Wednesday or Friday between the hours of 8:00 am and 12 noon at 423-727-7061. If there is no answer, you can call Hugh Slemp 423-480-0167, Tom Nelson 423-727-7589, Joe Barry 423-727-7837 or contact Roy Hodge 423-895-3507. We also take used medical equipment. If you want to donate equipment to our church please call any of the numbers listed above.
Roan Creek Baptist Church
to begin broadcasting Sunday services
Roan Creek Baptist Church has begun broadcasting a live video stream of our Sunday services at 11am and 6pm.
You are now invited to worship with online if you are unable to attend in person. Visit RoanCreekBaptist.com for information.
Ackerson Creek Christian Church
has new service time
All church services will begin at 3:00 for Ackerson Creek Christian Church.
First Freewill Baptist Church
to run church vans
First Freewill Baptist Church is running their church vans on Wednesdays and Sundays. If you would like to attend any
Services, please contact Brian Roark at 423-895-1489 or Mary Roark at 423-297-3813. If no answer, please leave a message with name, address and phone number.
God’s Country Church
opens new thrift store
New thrift store now open at 996 Crossroads Drive in Mountain City at God’s Country Church. A huge selection of merchandise. Open Thursday, Friday and Saturday each week from 9:00am to 3:00 pm daily.
Squire Parsons in Concert
at First Baptist Church
Squire E. Parsons, Jr. is a Southern Gospel singer and songwriter. He was born in Newton, West Virginia to Squire and Maysel Parsons and was introduced to music by his father, who was a choir director and deacon at Newton Baptist Church. His father taught him to sign using shaped notes. He is well known for his song, “Beulah Land.” Some of the other gospel classics written by Parsons include: “Master of the Sea”, “Oh What a moment”, “The Broken Rose”, “He Came to Me”, “I Call It Home”, “I Sing Because”, “Hello Mama”, “I’m not Giving Up,” and “I Go To The Rock.” You are invited to an evening of worship with this famous singer on Sunday, January 15 at 7:00 pm.