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.

  • The Gathering on Wednesday Evenings

    GATHERING (Good Food! Good Friends! Good News!) ~ Will be studying Max Lucado’s book, Fearless, starting Wednesday, January 9th. 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!

  • What is a Lutheran?

    Living here in East Tennessee, I hear this question a lot. Maybe you have as well..Another one is like it- -“What’s the difference between Lutherans and other Christians?” Or maybe you have wondered yourself, “What does it mean to be a Lutheran Christian?


    Lutheranism 101 is a class designed to answer these and other questions. Each Sunday morning, beginning October 7, a brief overview of one of the basic tenets of the Christian faith will be shared during the Sunday School hour. We will meet in Room 103 of the Christian Ministry Center. Through a mixture of video, Bible, Luther’s Small Catechism, and small group discussion, participants will gain a better understanding and appreciation for the gift of salvation by grace through faith in Jesus Christ as it relates to our life together. Check the weekly calendar and church bulletins for the topic of the day. Since each week stands alone, you can attend whenever you like.


    If you are new to the Lutheran Church, or just want a refresher in the faith, please join me and other like-minded pilgrims on this journey.


    Pastor Mark Rhoads

  • Friday Bible Study at 10:30am - "Holy Week"

    Pastor Mark is starting the section of Matthew dealing with Holy Week during

    the Friday Focus Bible Study at 10:30 am on Fridays in room 103.  You are

    welcome to join.  It's a great way to gain more appreciation for how much

    God loves you and gain new insights concerning the week that changed the

    world!.  Come feast on the Word, all is prepared!!

  • Grief Share Session Starts  Jan. 16

    GriefShare will be beginning their winter session on Jan. 16 to April 10, for 13 weeks, from 10 am to 12 pm on Wednesdays at The Community Church at Tellico Village. The cost is $20 for the book and supplies. Leaders are Bob Kryter, Marce Strickland and Carolyn Burke, please call (865) 458-8038.

  • Fisherman's Flea Market     Feb. 16      from 9am - 1pm

    Free Admission, Free Table Space for Sellers.

    Sell your unused fishing tackle or buy somebody else’s gear (or both)…or just hang out with other fishermen! To reserve free table space contact Butch Durham at (865) 856-5508 or email durhambc@gmail.com.

  • Gospel Concert       Saturday,  March 30, @ 6pm

    The Gospel singing quartet "The Old Paths" will be at Christ Our Savior on Saturday, March 30, at 6pm. Tickets are $10 in advance or $15 at the door. call the Church Office for tickets or Bob Traum at 865-458-4848. Visit them on line at www.theoldpathsonline.com for a taste of their music.

  • Cocoa, Cookies and Games

    Save the date! February 24, 2:00 pm in the CMC, fellowship hall

  • DVR Teaching Series - "Contentment"

    DVR Teaching Series Starting on Contentment ~ Contentment - "Now is the winter of our discontent." is the opening line of Shakespeare's Richard III. Are you in the winter of your discontent? Do you find yourself seeking and seeking and not finding satisfaction? Come and let's discuss what real contentment is and what the root of our discontent really is. This is a DVR based discussion study. There is a workbook, but no homework!! See the sign-up sheet in the CMC lobby and sign up by February 3rd. Once I have all the names of interested women, I will contact you on the best day and time to meet and the cost of the workbook. Call the Church Office and ask for Judith.

  • Financial Advice - Thrivent Rep   Feb. 17 between services

    On Sunday, Feb. 17th between services, our Thrivent Financial representative, Mark Gluckner will be here to share updated information on Thrivent Action Teams and Thrivent Choice. If you have questions about undirected 2018 Thrivent Choice Dollars, see Mark, he will be able to help you. He will also share a brief update on Charitable Giving Strategies, information on the tax law passed in late 2017 that affects tax filing this year, and information on the new tax tables for 2019.

  • 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.