Vacation Bible School

WOW ! Imagine and Build with God: A Workshop of Wonders.

Save the dates of June 22-26, 2014 for Vacation Bible School.

We are partnering with First Christian Church and Knoxville United Methodist Church to offer a great experience this summer geared toward expanding and nurturing the Christian faith.

Our Vacation Bible School will start with a pre-registration event on Sunday evening, and move into both morning and evening sessions Monday through Thursday.

Evening classes will include high school and adult curriculum.

Watch for more details as the dates get closer.


We are concluding the season of Lent with special services April 13 through April 20, also referred to as HOLY WEEK.

Sunday April 13 PALM SUNDAY marks to processional entry of Jesus. We decorate the sanctuary with fresh palm fronds during 11:00 AM worship

Thursday April 17, MAUNDY THURSDAY SEDER MEAL. Gather in the assembly room at 6:30 PM for a meal in the tradition of Jewish Passover, remembering the last supper Jesus shared with the disciples.

Knox Prairie Community Kitchen comes to Knoxville

This free Community Dinner was held Thursday, March 6, and response was terrific with 149 attending !

The meal was sponsored by Knox Prairie Community Kitchen
(KPCK) and the Knoxville Council of Churches. Knoxville Methodist Church, 303 South Broad Street Knoxville graciously leant the use of their dining hall. Volunteers from the community prepared and served the spaghetti meal.
For more information about Knox Prairie Community Kitchen, visit

Ash Wednesday Service

The 2014 Lenten season of preparation began on Wednesday March 5, 2014 with a service for distribution of ashes.

We're keepin up with the snow.......

Thanks to all our members and friends for helping us keep our walks cleared... We're "open for business" so come and join us on Sunday morning.

World Mission

World Mission Sunday

We still have a few "orphan T- shirts" that need adoption. The $10 donation will go to further the work of Rev. Dr. Carolyn Weber in Ethiopia.

The Stained Glass Voice ( monthly newsletter)

The Stained Glass Voice
April 2014

Grace and Peace to you,
A pastor told this story during his Easter sermon: a little boy was not exactly happy about going to church on Easter Sunday morning. His new shoes were too tight, his tie pinched his neck and the weather was just too beautiful to be cooped up inside. As he sulked in the back seat, his parents heard him mutter: 'I don't know why we have to go to church on Easter, anyway; they keep telling the same old story and it always comes out the same in the end.'