WORSHIP WITH US
We offer in-person and online worship options!
10 & 11:30 am
Recovery at Cokesbury
10 am & 11:30 am
RECOVERY AT COKESBURY
Doors open: 5:15
This Mother’s Day, we invite you to honor the special people in your life by giving to Susannah’s House. Your gifts directly support recovery for mothers and their children through Susannah’s House, a comprehensive program providing ongoing treatment and support.
JUSTICE KNOX – NEHEMIAH ACTION ASSEMBLY
What would happen if we worked together with our community to address suffering and injustice in the Knoxville area?
The Justice Knox Nehemiah Action Assembly is the culmination of a year’s worth of work to address the issues of Affordable Housing, Education, Mental Health Care, and Public Transportation. The meeting will be both in-person (with limited seating) and on Zoom on Monday, May 3 at 7 pm. The in-person meeting will be at the World’s Fair Park Amphitheater. REGISTER HERE.
NEW GROUP AT RECOVERY AT COKESBURY
Pain and losses in our lives can linger and cause damage in many areas. Over 4 weeks we’ll work on the basics of recognizing signs of hurt and loss in our lives that are unresolved and how to heal. Begins Thurs. May 13 at 7:45 pm following Recovery at Cokesbury worship.
Foundations is Cokesbury’s Next Step for adults to help explore what and why we believe as Christians. Through a series of 15 videos and accompanying resources, the Cokesbury pastors will guide participants through the Foundations of our faith. We encourage you to engage with Foundations with your small group, or individually.
Flourish is a new year-long Teaching Group designed to help us learn and flourish in our relationship with God. Each month Charles Maynard will share a short video that introduces the practice that we will consider for the month. We will also have a monthly Zoom discussion group, and reading assignments. We will be referring to our bibles and to the book Celebration of Discipline – The Path to Spiritual Growth by Richard J. Foster.
This group will continue throughout 2021.
To be a part of this group, purchase the Foster book from your favorite bookseller and register here to receive the monthly videos and links for the Zoom group discussions. Discussion groups will be held on the last Tuesday of each month at noon and the last Wednesday of each month at 7:45 pm.
ARE YOU DEALING WITH A COMPULSION OF A SPOUSE, FAMILY MEMBER, CO-WORKER, OR FRIEND?
Virtual Class Now Available
Do you have a family member or friend who is dealing with something that is overwhelming them? Would you like to know how to invest in their recovery? Join us each Monday at 7 pm. The Zoom link is available here.
DAILY BIBLE READINGS
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MONTHLY NEWS UPDATES & TEXT ALERTS
The best way to stay up-to-date on everything going on at Cokesbury is to subscribe to our monthly news updates and text alerts. Get all the news you need to know delivered to your email inbox once a month, and receive a text if there is a major schedule change due to weather or other circumstances.
If you haven’t already, please download our Cokesbury Church app, which integrates giving, online forms, ministry communications and more: making it easier than ever to stay connected. Download our app (iTunes or Google Play) and set up your account login and profile picture, or visit here. Questions? Email us at email@example.com.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR INCREDIBLE GENEROSITY
Thank You for your faithful giving to God’s work at Cokesbury, and your incredible generosity. Your gifts equip us to love people into a relationship with Jesus to change the world. To give to Cokesbury Church or to view 2021 giving, click here.
WEEKLY DIGITAL CONTENT
North Campus Worship
Weekly Email Update
South Campus Midweek Worship
Traditional worship music and a message from one of our pastors. Weekly at 7 pm.
I WANT TO HELP
WAYS TO SERVE
Be a good neighbor – One of the biggest ways we can serve one another during this time is by following community recommendations. Even during this time of social distancing, you can still check on your community through phone, texting, email, and video conferencing. Now is an important time to pray for our community and our neighbors around the world.
Fig Tree is a space that exists to meet essential needs and invite all into a safe community where we can truly be seen and known. Volunteers greet guests and facilitate the services we provide including showers, laundry, computers, and meals. We’ll be offering volunteer training soon! To learn more, email Hannah or visit here.
Phone Ministry – Our phone ministry enables us to reach out and stay connected to the hundreds of families we typically serve in person each month. Please sign up here if you are interested in serving.
CAC – Mobile Meals has resumed daily meal delivery. Call the Office on Aging at 865-524-2786 and ask for Mobile Meals.
CAC – Connecting Hearts program – focuses on isolated seniors with no support system. Donations of items such as tuna, soup, cereal, peanut butter, toilet paper, paper products, water, etc.
United Way and Alliance for Better Nonprofits has created a COVID-19 fund to support organizations offering relief in our community.
I NEED HELP
Manna House – Manna House has Take Out food bags available for pick up on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, from 9 am to 11 am. Drive to the Manna House entrance at 9919 Kingston Pike and a volunteer will bring a bag to you.
Hope Connection is an outreach ministry to low-income families that seeks to build relationships that lead to financial stability and overall well-being. By first building a relationship, we are able to better understand each individual’s situation and focus on creating lasting change in their quality of life. Currently our process is being conducted over the phone. Call our offices (693-0353) M-Th 8:30a-12:30p to schedule an appointment.
Fig Tree offers a safe space to form community and meet essential needs. Showers, laundry, internet and computer access, and meals are part of the services we offer.
Community Resources – Tennessee 211 is a resource available to our community at any time, but is especially helpful during this time when resources are changing daily. When you call, you’ll get a real person, one who is trained to help you sort out your needs, and then give you phone numbers and addresses of the closest places where you can get help. Simply dial 211 in your phone to reach someone who can direct you.
9919 Kingston Pike
Knoxville, TN 37922
Our office is currently staffed Monday through Thursday, 9 am to 3:30 pm. You are always welcome to contact us via email or phone.