Monday Night Services


August will feature Monday evening worship services–Marvelous Mondays. This series takes the place of our usual Sunday night services. Guest speakers and choirs are lined up for these meetings in August that begin at 7:00pm. The guest speaker for August 22nd is Pastor Todd Stinnett (of Black Oaks Heights in Knoxville). Everyone is welcome!

Sunday School Rally – August 21st

ss_excitemantAll Adult Sunday School classes and teachers are asked to attend this strategic rally on Sunday morning, August 21st 9:15-10:15am. This time of vision casting will be led by pastor Wayne.   “Let us consider one another in order to stir up love and good works, not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as is the manner of some, but exhorting one another, and so much the more as you see the Day approaching.”
(Heb. 10:24,25)

The Mission of Christ-Centered Soul Care

One of the locally based ministries included in our church’s mission outreach is Grace Fellowship International. The founder, Charles Solomon, Director of Counseling, John Woodward, and Administrative Manager, Cathy Solomon are members of our congregation. This Sunday night, July 17th, will feature a testimonial presentation of GFI’s history, mission, and message.

Three times a year Grace Fellowship provides equipping events in Pigeon Forge. The next Conference is scheduled for Friday night and Saturday, August 5,6. Their Spirituotherapy Workshop is Monday-Thursday, August 8-11. For details and registration, please visit or call 865-429-0450.

A recent short film:

Youth Mission Trip

Our Frontline Student Ministry will be on a summer mission trip July 8-16. They are heading to Jacksonville, Florida to help serve with Vacation Bible School at Lakeshore Baptist Church. We pray for their safety, fruitful service, and personal growth as they are on mission!

Freedom Fest


On Sunday, July 3rd, our choir will be singing patriotic songs during the morning worship service in honor of Independence Day.

On July 4th, the Frontline Students will be tending a refreshments stand at Patriot Park. Income from this service will go toward their upcoming mission trip. At about 4pm, the Pigeon Forge Community Chorus will sing a package of patriotic songs at the park’s concert stage.

Everyone is welcome!