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About Holston

Smoky Mountain District Office

Smoky Mountain District Office

Welcome to the Smoky Mountain District!

Our district is one of 9 districts in the Holston Conference and includes 72 churches, 60 charges, one Mission Congregation and one preaching station. Based in Tennessee, the district includes all United Methodist churches in Blount, Sevier, Loudon County; South Knox County; and one in Roane County.

 

 

 

 

 

Jason N. Gattis serves as the District Superintendent with Cheryl Thompson as Administrative Assistant.       

  • Our Phone number is (865) 982-1427.
  • Our Fax number is (865) 981-7470.
    • Please email us at cherylthompson@holston.org.
  • The district office is located at 217 South Rankin Road in Alcoa, Tennessee...on the third floor of the Holston Conference Center.
  • The office mailing address is PO Box 905, Alcoa, TN 37701-0905.
  • Our office hours are Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m. till 5 p.m. and closed Friday.

Read about Smoky Mountain District Office in this story from The Call

Church members adjust to new map, new district names

ALCOA, Tenn. (Jan. 17, 2018) -- On January 1, all 162,000 members of the Holston Conference got a new name. Former members of the Cleveland District, for example, are now members of the Hiwassee or ...

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