Members of the Community Church at Tellico Village and Good Shepherd Center worked together in hopes of ensuring area children have food to eat while they’re out of school.
Churches across Tellico Village have shut their doors over the last month but will look to soon reopen following Gov. Bill Lee’s decision to end a statewide safer-at-home order.
COVID-19 has pushed churches all over Loudon County to shut their doors to the public, but many leaders are doing what they can to keep the spirit alive in their congregations in a time where face-to-face interactions are limited.
Moving into a new home or dealing with the loss of a spouse are challenging and difficult experiences, but a group of women in Tellico Village is finding ways to cope through the Bible and friendship.
Mass at TugalooThe Rev. Ray Powell, St. Thomas the ApostleCatholic Church priest, far left, speaks with 80 parishioners during an outdoor mass andpicnic held Sept. 9 at the Tugaloo Pavilion. He welcomed participants of the church’s Adult Faith Formation classes and small groups and encouraged their dedication to ‘loving, learning and living’ their Catholic faith. For more information, visit online at www.sthomaslc.com.
The Rev. Ray Powell, St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church priest, far left, speaks with 80 parishioners during an outdoor mass and picnic held Sept. 9 at the Tugaloo Pavilion. He welcomed participants of the church's Adult Faith Formation classes and small groups and encouraged their dedic…
Members of Shepherd of the Lake Lutheran Church gathered Sunday afternoon at Little Italy of Tellico to reflect on the past and celebrate the church’s official fifth anniversary.
Several members of Shepherd of the Lake Lutheran Church were part of a group of roughly 20 to take a trip to the Holy Land in December, which some called an eye-opening experience.
Hundreds of members of the Community Church at Tellico Village lined up in the lobby after service ended Sunday morning to say “thank you” for 25 years of dedication.
Residents came in from the cold rainy weather last week and warmed themselves with a meal as part of Kids First Child Advocacy Center of the Ninth Judicial District’s annual Soup’s On fundraiser.
In hopes of making an impact in their community, Dirk and Jennifer Cox are partnering with the Community Church at Tellico Village to build a home for Loudon County Habitat for Humanity.
The Rev. Brian Truog, senior pastor of Christ Our Savior Lutheran Church, will put his months of training to good use Saturday when he participates in the RunLoco marathon.
Each Thursday morning, the sound of chatter can be heard in the Tanasi Golf Course clubhouse as men from all Christian denominations gather for fellowship.
Community Church at Tellico Village recently awarded four-year scholarships valued at $7,000 to Alexia Angelos of Lenoir City High School, Brooklynn Nichole Herold of Greenback School, Aaron Lay of Sequoyah High School and Lizabeth Simmons of Loudon High School. Angelos plans to attend the U…
Various efforts supported by First Baptist Church in Tellico Village were on display May 23 in hopes of spreading awareness to its congregation during a Missions Outreach Fair.
Twice a year, men from churches through East Tennessee, including the Community Church at Tellico Village and St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church, visit Morgan County Correctional Complex.
Villagers huddled close to fires, bundled under blankets and sipped on coffee and hot cocoa as those from different walks of life gathered Dec. 12 to celebrate the Christmas season.
Churches throughout Loudon County have been busy collecting items and packing shoeboxes to send to children in other countries through Operation Christmas Child.