Upcoming Events


  • Bible Study

    Starting September 10th, the Sunday morning Bible Study in the fellowship hall will be focusing on Martin Luther. Martin Luther’s Spirit-inspired grasp of justification through faith was the cornerstone of the Reformation. His faith—tested and tried by the fires of religious oppression—remains a standard of Christ-centered endurance for believers today. Learn about the German reformer as we start a three-part series from Lutheran Hour Ministries, A Man Named Martin.

  • Harvey Relief Fund

    Your church council has donated $1000 to the Mid-South District of LCMS to be distributed to churches recovering from the effects of Hurricane Harvey. If you would like to add to this amount, donations may be given through a special offering or included in your regular offering during the remaining weeks of September. (Earmark the offering For Harvey Flood Relief). You can also give directly through our Mid-South District in two ways: Checks made payable to the Mid-South District and designated for “Harvey Flood Relief” can be sent to: Mid-South District Office, 1675 Wynne Road, Cordova, TN 38016 OR donations can also be made on the Mid-South District website by visiting https://mid-southlcms.org/ and clicking “GIVE NOW.” Simply enter the donation amount in the “restricted” field and designate the gift for “Harvey Flood Relief.”

  • Oktoberfest!

    Christus Victor Lutheran in Knoxville will be having a day of exciting activities for the whole family on Sat., Oct. 21 from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Live music, car show, motorcycle poker run with Pastor Bill, games, VBS for the kids, food trucks, beer tent, the TN vs. AL game will be available for viewing, live auction, and more! See the poster on the bulletin board in the narthex for more information.

  • Holy Spirit Bible Study

    Beginning Wednesday, October 18th, Bill Barthel will have a Bible study “Holy Life for Holy Living.” The study will meet at 10 a.m. in room 103 in the Christian Ministry Center.

  • Count It. Lock It, Drop It!

    An educational forum for preventing prescription drug abuse in our community will be held here at COS. The event will be on Monday, October 23rd from 2pm-4pm. The Loudon County Sheriff’s department will be here hosting a drug take back event at the same time. Presenters will discuss the opioid addiction problem within our community as well as introducing us to the “Count It”! “Lock It!” Drop It!” program.