Calendar of Events
Pancake Breakfast fundraiser for Friends of the Claiborne County Library - Saturday March 25, 9-11 am
Weekly Schedule for 2023:
Sunday 10:00 am Sunday School
Sunday 11:00 am Worship Service
Monday 6:00 pm Scout troop 508 6:30 pm Cub pack 508
Tuesday 10:00 am Sew 'N' So's
Wednesday 6:00 pm Handbell Rehearsal
Wednesday 7:00 pm Choir Rehearsal
Thursday 11:00 am Praise Band Rehearsal
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During the week of August 5 - 11, 2022, we had a very special guest, Noemi Caballero. Noemi and her husband Rafael are the pastors in our sister church in Cuba, Iglesia Metodista de Guatao. Noemi was able to come visit us, along with her son Rafa, his wife Leydis, and their daughter Keren, who live in Miami. Noemi was able to visit Tennessee and spend time with Pastor Laurence as well as several members of the church. They visited with the Sew 'N' So's as well as presented a talk in our church on Sunday. Noemi helped us understand just how hard life has become in Cuba, and as our church continues to bless them with our prayers as well as food and supplies, the church in Guatao continues to bless us with their prayers and their love.
On Sunday June 12 2022 NTUMC sponsored a community picnic celebrating the First Responders in Claiborne County (where we are located). Several police, fire, rescue, and ambulance personnel joined us for hotdogs, BBQ, watermelon, and lemonade. It was a hot, sunny, fun day!
On Thursday May 26 2022, the Great Smoky Mountain Council of Scouts of America honored our own Dr. Michael Wieting for the outstanding work he has done and continues to do with the scout pack and troop at NTUMC. Several church members attended the event to support and honor Dr. Wieting as he was celebrated.
On Sunday Nov 14 2021 NTUMC celebrated Veteran's day, thanked our veterans in our congregation, prayed for our nation, and sang music celebrating our country and God's many blessings on us. The service ended with "Let there be peace on earth" extending those feelings to all the world.
On Sunday August 15 2021, NTUMC was host to the Mountain View District Revival. Over 50 people were in attendance, and the music and message were brought by youth from our district. God was moving in the house!