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||Knoxville Area Churches
Knoxville has over 450 churches made up of every denomination. Knoxville is located in the heart of the Bible Belt and most church members are Protestants.
Church Web Sites
JewishKnoxville.org offers everything of Jewish interest in the Knoxville, Tennessee region. This site has information and links for local institutions, programs, and activities, as well as a community calendar of Jewish events
The Muslim Student Association of The University of Tennessee - Knoxville
The Muslim Student Association of the University of Tennessee has made its goal to clear up many of the misconceptions and stereotypes about Muslims and Islam that has been taken up by the general public. Also, to be an active participant in the greater Knoxville and campus community.
Acts 1:8 Ministry
Offers P.A.C.K., a program created to make a difference in one's community through effective Planned Acts of Christian Kindness. Outreach is high impact and low burnout; no cost, easy-to-follow program with minimal planning.
CCFH Ministries seeks to educate those who feel called to participate in a disability ministry. CCFH produces numerous educational resources in the form of books and pamphlets and Exceptional Teaching Online, an interactive video-based training platform. Also, in conjunction with the Distance Learning Department at Johnson Bible College, CCFH has developed an online training course in disability ministry.
To inform, equip, and connect churches to transform lives and communities through the love of Christ. We strive to walk alongside Knoxville-area churches who earnestly desire to slow down and respond to the cry of the suffering, the broken, and the abandoned within their congregations and out in the community. We believe that transformation begins to occur when churches prayerfully go out to serve existing ministries of compassion and justice already in the community, while also initiating and sustaining non-existing ministries both within and outside their membership.
CONTACT is a 24 hour a day listening/counseling, information/referral and crisis intervention telephone service which seeks to integrate the practice of Christian faith with the principles of crisis intervention. A ministry to our community, CONTACT is a volunteer non-profit organization supported by churches, individuals, community groups and United Way. Its services are available without charge to anyone who needs help. Through the patient, nonjudgmental and accepting attitude of the trained volunteer, the distressed caller is treated in a manner that affirms individual integrity.
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship
The Tennessee Area of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship encompasses all of the state of Tennessee and seeks to minister to students at many of the state's colleges and universities.
Christian Talk Radio featuring the best religious teachers and counselors in the nation.
TN Valley Bible Students Association
The SpiritWatch is an outreach ministry of the TVBSA, anEMNR member, which has been dedicated since 1993 to the defense of the historic Christian faith, the restoration of those adversely impacted by cultic, occultic and antichristian teachings and philosophies, and the training of the Body of Christ in East Tennessee to do likewise. We do this through seminars, a 24 hour phone ministry, and free counseling. We are an outreach of the Westmore Church of God in Cleveland.
Association of Christian Community Computer Centers
The Association of Christian Community Computer Centers was formed to support Christian community computer centers across the world as they address the Digital Divide by providing others with computer skills to make a living and a spiritual foundation to make a life.
Reference & Study Helps:
King James Bible Page
James & Dave's Bible Page - Locally published interactive Full Gospel Christian site. Offers Bible study articles, study tools, prayer request message board, church links, news and activism, recommended reading list, chat rooms, daily devotionals and reading plans, and humor.