Activities

We offer opportunities to socialize and exercise our minds, bodies, and spirits through various activities such as 

  • Wednesday Night Dinners 
  • Excursions and Day Trips 
  • Mission Projects 
  • Bible Study 
  • Youth and Children’s Activities 
  • Music Ministry Groups 
  • Trinity Cooks

Trinity

United Methodist Church

300 W Second Ave, Lenoir City, TN 37771

Our faith community welcomes you and your family.  We have been serving Christ and Lenoir City since 1867. Our church offers an opportunity to meet and worship with new friends and old, find family activities and build new relationships.

Rev Kristie Banes 

Sunday 

Sunday School/Small Group          9:45

Choir Rehearsal                            10:30

Worship Service                           11:00

Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ! 


Back-to-School! Great news for some and not so great for others, however, it is that time again. Let us undergird our children and their parents, the teachers, administrators and bus drivers in prayer as they prepare and begin another exciting and challenging school year. As prayer is the key to strengthening our faith and living out our faith, I encourage each of you to spend time daily in prayer. If you don’t have time for lengthy prayers, then, throughout the day, offer brief prayers up to God, i.e. a person’s name, situation, etc. The more you do this, you will not only realize you are spending your day ‘praying without ceasing’ (1Thess. 5:16-18), but that you have spent an entire day interacting with God. Prayer is vital to our Christian life. 


Back-to-school month reminds us, not only that we need to pray, but that we ALL need to spend time learning and studying the Word of God. We continue to offer weekly small group studies through our Sunday School Classes and this fall will be offering a Bible Study on Wednesday evenings for those who are interested. 

Back-to-school month also reminds of making new friends and catching up with old friends. Therefore, I also en-courage you to gather with your friends (old and new) to engage in ‘holy conversation’ about your faith journey and how God is working in your life. This will allow you to encourage others with your story and to find encouragement during your times of need from their story. 

Lastly, as August remains hot and humid and we try to stay cool, let us not let our zeal for the Lord cool down. Let us continue to burn hot for the Lord and offer Christ to all we meet. 

May God continue to watch over you and richly bless you; may He grant you traveling mercies as you finish up your vacations; and, most of all, may He draw you ever closer to Him. 


Love in Christ, 
Pastor Kristie 

Large enough to serve, Small enough to care