Upcoming Events


  • Ladies Hand and Foot

    On the 2nd Friday each month (Dec. 8th), we meet for lunch at noon at Lorenzo’s Restaurant and then play Hand & Foot at 1:00 p.m. You are welcome to join us—even if you don’t know how to play! Hand & Foot is a fun and easy-to-learn game. Instructions and friendly help will be given. Please join us for an afternoon of fun and fellowship on the second Friday of the month.

  • Friday Bible Study at 10:30am - "The Book of Daniel"

    Pastor Mark is starting a new Bible study focusing on the Book of Daniel at 10:30 am on FridayMarch 17 room 103.  You are welcome to join. 

  • Walk Across Tennessee!

    The Health Initiative Team is partnering with UT Extension in Loudon Co. to Walk Across Tennessee. This begins March 1, 2019, and runs through April 30, 2019. The idea is to keep track of the miles and see whose team can get from E. TN to W. TN. This involves teams of 4 people. There are many activities that contribute to Walk Across Tennessee that would be able to be counted for miles. Activities such as aerobics, bicycling, bowling, dancing, gardening, golf (walking), swimming, treadmill, and of course, walking or running.
    We are putting up a sign-up sheet for interested persons. If you don’t have enough to make a 4 member team, we will try to put you on a team that needs more people. The mileage is charted once a week. Each team must have a name (creative) and a captain, whose job it will be to turn in the miles for that week. We will have someone who will keep track of all the teams and report to Loudon Co. We will also put up a map of TN so everyone can watch the progress of the teams.
    In conjunction with this, the Health Initiative Team feels it would be a great time for a congregational challenge to lose weight. You do not HAVE to be participating in Walk Across Tennessee for this challenge. It would be confidential, but the beginning weight would have to be recorded and then every week beginning March 1-April 30, 2019. We are planning on a gift to the person that comes closest to guessing the total weight lost and also a gift to anyone who meets the goal they set for themselves.
    We will have people fill out a small sheet with name, beginning weight and goal weight along with a guesstimate on total weight lost. We think this is a fun way to get in shape for spring and summer activities. We are STRESSING a healthy diet with more exercise or a new exercise to accomplish the goals. We are NOT condoning a strange or fad diet to lose weight as this is unhealthy.

  • The Gathering - Starting May 1, 5:30 - 7pm

    (Good Food! Good Friends! Good News!)

    We will be studying John Eckrich’s book, “Resilient Aging and Wellness”, starting Wednesday, May 1st. We start with dinner at 5:30 ($5 catered meal) and then study from 6:00-7:00. Books are $5 and are available from the church office. Come join us, and bring a friend!

  • Veteran's Pancake Breakfast May 25, 9am

    Invite A Vet. Our annual COS Veteran's Breakfast is scheduled for May 25 at 9:00 a.m. One of the primary objectives of this event, in addition to honoring our COS vets, is to provide all our members an opportunity to invite your veteran friends and neighbors who are not part of our church family to participate with us. As always, spouses are welcome also. lf you do extend an invitation to non-COS veterans, please plan to attend with them (whether or not you are a veteran). Our guest speaker is Pastor Truog who will speak on the sacrifices made by families of those serving in uniform and the sacrifice made for us by our Lord. Check the narthex bulletin board for the sign-up sheet and invite, invite, invite! If you would like to volunteer to help prepare the breakfast, assist guests with parking, or clean up after the event, contact Butch Durham at (865) 856-5508 or durhambc@gmail com.

  • Making the Case for Life - April 30, 6pm - 9pm

    Marc Newman, who is the speaker for the Oct 1 Pregnancy Resource Center banquet, will be giving a seminar on “Making the Case for Life”. He will be at East Maryville Baptist Church on April 30 from 6 PM to 9 PM. The church is located at 1150 Brown School Road, Maryville, TN. He is a dynamic speaker and has a statement for every reason that Pro-Abortion people can bring up. If you can’t make this seminar, please consider joining us at the PRC Banquet on Oct 1, 2019 at 6 PM at the Hilton located at the airport.

  • National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day, April 27    10am - 2pm

    Tellico Village’s first prescription drug take-back day is scheduled for Sat., April 27 at the Welcome Center from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Please tell your friends and other Villagers to bring their expired and unused prescription medications. Local law enforcement officials will be on hand to help properly dispose of the returned medications. Also attending the event will be members of the T.V. Lions Club who will be recovering plastic pill bottles. The bottles are sent to an Ohio non-profit which cleans and recycles them for prescription use in third world countries.

  • 75th Annual Tennessee LLL District Conference Saturday, May 4, 2019

    Called. Equipped. Sent. ~ You are invited to the 75th Annual Tennessee LLL District Conference Saturday, May 4, 2019 at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 822 Belvoir Ave., Chattanooga. The TN LLL District is sponsoring a Chattanooga Work Day to share the message of hope in Jesus Christ through hands-on projects serving school children through a few small renovation projects at a local school; assemble large print books for the visually impaired in partnership with Lutheran Braille Workers; create 500 gospel bracelets and living stones that you can use in ministry as well as sharing with the TN LLL District partner, LHM – Liberia in their ministry efforts; writing encouraging witness notes in hundreds of Project Connect booklets to share through local ministry as well as take home pieces to share in your ministry efforts. A special in-gathering of items that will be assembled for 300 kits that will be shared with the homeless through a partnership with Chattanooga Community Kitchen. Tennessee LLL District Convention Registration forms are available in the church office – register today! Registration ends April 19, 2019. For more details see Mark Roeder or Walt Roessler