Victory Groups (follow link for more details) are the “heart” of our church and the importance of our groups cannot be overemphasized. They provide a place to connect with others in the church in a way that cannot be found during our Sunday services. Much more than a weekly Bible study, the Victory Groups create an “extended family” atmosphere. Here, relationships run deep and meaningful friendships are made. As they meet, there are opportunities to ask questions, to discuss, to laugh, to cry, and to pray with each other in a safe, non-threatening, informal atmosphere. Victory Groups are more than just an activity. They are a vital part of the family environment of the Knoxville Christian Center.
Victory Groups also serve as an evangelistic mission for new people to be invited and won to Christ. Hundreds have shared how Victory Groups have blessed their lives. People have been healed, delivered, set free and have seen miraculous changes in their lives through the ministry of these groups.
Led by mature and trained KCC leaders, each group consists of eight to twenty Christians who meet every Wednesday at 7:00pm in host homes. Once you have visited a Victory group – you will feel connected to our loving church family.
Adult Bible School of Discovery
Led by outstanding instructors, these Sunday School classes present an excellent opportunity for adults to learn biblical principals for every day life. 9:00 am Sundays in Administrative Wing. New classes will be begin the first Sunday in September.
What is Christianity really about? What has Jesus done for me? Who is the Holy Spirit? Come to discipleship 101 and find out as we cover topics such as creation, God’s character, the church, the bible, and prayer. Gain a deeper understanding of what God has done for you and where you fit into his plan. Build your life on solid and proven Christian principles. Discipleship 101 is a six-week course taught by Mike Jacoby and Matt Tarrant every Sunday starting today.
Teen’s Sunday School
Teens ages 13-18 meet in room 103 at 9:00 am, for Prayer, Bible study, discussion, and fellowship.
Heaven and Hell are eternal. As Christians, we need to prioritize our lives by putting Jesus at the top of our list. We are all called to spread the living Word of God in our daily walk, and to be a guiding light in a dark world. People are being deceived daily and are moving further and further away from Jesus. We are called to a higher calling, an eternal calling to love thy neighbor as thyself. We must be ready to hear from the Holy Spirit at all times.
Acts 13:47 RSV “For so the Lord has commanded us, saying, ‘I have set you to be a light for the Gentiles, that you may bring salvation to the uttermost parts of the earth.'”
Matthew 5:14-15 RSV “You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hid. Nor do men light a lamp and put it under a bushel, but on a stand, and it gives light to all in the house.”
Luke 4:18-19 RSV “The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he has anointed me to preach good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim release to the captives and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty those who are oppressed, to proclaim the acceptable year of the Lord.”
The Evangelism Ministry meets on the 2nd Saturday of the month at 10:30 AM in the Sanctuary for praise, worship, and prayer. Around 11 AM we go to visit our neighbors living near the church, giving the message: Jesus loves you and He has not forgotten you. We offer prayer, invitations to church, and hand out sermon CDs. We return between 12-12:30 PM.
We feel this is an important part of the Daily Christian walk. If you are interested or want to learn more, please call or text Matt Tarrant at 865-803-8253. You can also call the church office at 865-690-0855 for information or prayer.
Saturday Men’s Prayer– We believe there is great strength when men come together in prayer. Our men gather weekly on Saturday mornings with Pastor Barry to pray for our nation, our church, and our families. 8:00-9:00 am in the Sanctuary.
Men’s Basketball– Seasonal: Tues nights from 6:00-8:30 pm and/or Saturday mornings our men play full and half court basketball in the gym. This is a great time of fellowship for our men. Newcomers are welcome to play. Please contact KCC office for more information.
Men’s Adventure– Our men’s overnight retreats promote strong friendships and fellowship for the men at KCC. Events like skeet shooting, hiking, basketball, fellowship & relaxing make our retreats an experience our men look forward to every year!
Our Women’s Ministry, led by Dottie Culberson and Lynne Blair, supports and encourages our young women through bridal and baby showers.
In addition, the Women’s Ministry holds annual Spring & fall Retreats. These retreats provide opportunities for women to connect with GOD and connect with one another through relaxing and spiritual weekends with outstanding speakers, music, and fellowship.
What will you experience at a Women’s Retreat?
- Meeting old friends and new.
- Delightful Music
- Peaceful setting for rest and relaxation.
- Inspiring messages by outstanding women’s speakers.
- No meal prep! No dishes! No Laundry!
Servants Hope meets every 2nd & 4th Tuesday of the month from 10:00 am to 12 noon. Volunteers help those in need: running errands for elderly, visiting the sick, etc. If you have a need or would like to join this ministry, call Linda Dearing 691-8997.
Ron & Judy Jones lead our Senior Citizens group monthly for food, fun, fellowship and prayer. In addition, guest speakers present informative and inspiring messages. Anyone 55 years old or older is welcome to attend. Keenagers meet in the Children’s Church on the 2nd Wednesday of each month. For more information, contact Ron & Judy Jones @ 531-3826.
The Knoxville Christian Center supports over 30 missionaries in spreading the Gospel all over the world. Join our weekly prayer meetings on Monday nights at 7:00 PM and Saturday at 8:00 AM (Men) to pray for our missionaries.
Sunshine ministry takes food to families in need after surgeries, sickness, or death. This ministry is dedicated to supporting families in their times of need. For more info contact the KCC Office.