Our CrossRoads service begins at 10:45 am and we are focused upon worshiping Jesus Christ with energetic contemporary Christian music, Bible based teaching from the Word of God, and prayer for anyone who has a need for prayer at the close of our service. We have an open door, welcoming folks, and a comfortable seat for you here at Sevierville First United Methodist Church.Please be comfortable and come as you are. No matter your preference, traditional or contemporary, we have a service for you this Sunday. We look forward to meeting you!
Welcome to our Crossroad’s service page, I am excited you are checking our church out! God loves you! I don’t care where you have been, what you have done, or how many times you have blown it in life! Our Heavenly Father loves you so much that he made a way for us to be with him for eternity through his only son, Jesus Christ. None of us have reached perfection in this life yet, come and be imperfect with us.
We worship God with singing, giving, teaching of the Word of God, and prayer in every service. We love worshiping God with modern music and songs you will hear on contemporary Christian radio lead by our worship leader, Ashley Reddick, and our talented team of musicians, casual dress (come as you are), Biblically sound teaching with plenty of God’s grace and truth, and with with time for prayer for anyone in need at the close of our service each week as the Holy Spirit moves us during the service. I love the Word of God and challenge our attendees each week to apply the truth we find in the Bible to our lives in a practical way each Sunday and to be obedient to Scripture.
Our services are typically less than an hour long, we celebrate Holy Communion the first Sunday every other month, and even though we are a large First Methodist Church, there is a small church feel in our services. Enter under the Crossroads sign in the south side of the building across from the main parking lot. I look forward to meeting you and your family. Please introduce yourself to me when you attend this Sunday at 10:45am and may God bless you greatly!
– Pastor David Zavona