Connecting with a small group is the best way to meet people and build on your spiritual relationship. Attend a Sunday School Class, come to a Wonderful Wednesday program, sign up for a Bible Study. We have dynamic ministries for children, youth, and young adults too!
Welcome to Colonial Heights United Methodist Church in Knoxville, TN. We invite you to join us as we worship, witness, fellowship, study and serve in the name of Jesus Christ. Come as you are, and you will find a warm welcome and a place where you and your family can grow in your faith.
Visit our Welcome Center for answers to guests’ most frequently asked questions. At Colonial Heights, we strive to offer Radical Hospitality. We hope you’ll cross the threshold of our church as a visitor only once and then forever feel right at home.
NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
Join us for Wonderful Wednesday! Dinner begins at 5:45 and programs* begin at 6:30. April 2: TBD Menu: Cheeseburger Pie *Wonderful Wednesday Schedule: 5:45 Dinner and Fellowship 6:30 Programs: Wonderful Wednesday SpiritLed Practice Youth Meeting 7:00 Handbell Practice 7:30 Chancel Choir Practice Note: In the event of winter weather, Wonderful Wednesday follows Knox County Schools’ […]
Posted on May 3, 2013
There is now a paper-recycling bin in the upper parking lot. The church receives contributions based on the amount collected. Proceeds support VBS missions.
Posted on June 21, 2012
Let’s Load Up the Little Red Wagon!
Please support the Vestal Food Pantry by contributing to the Little Red Wagon in the foyer of the Benson Building. We accept cash donations as well and will be happy to shop for you. If you have any questions, please contact the church office at 865-577-2727. Thank you for your support!
Posted on February 7, 2012
- The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (April 06, 2014)
- Love the One You're With (March 30, 2014)
- Commandments 5 & 6 (March 23, 2014)
- Chill Out! (March 16, 2014)
- There's Power in the Name (and in Idols) (March 09, 2014)
Stealing and Lying rob us of our integrity and are a sign of brokenness. God wants us to have wholeness so that we may live life with a higher standard.
How we develop and sustain our significant relationships affects all of our relationships, including our relationship with God.
Honor thy father & mother; Do not kill.
Speaker:Liz Wheeler & Scott Montgomery
Ignoring Sabbath damages us in many ways, while keeping Sabbath rejuvenates.
God’s name is powerful and that power should not be used inappropriately, just as the power of Idols distance us from God and others.