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Congregational Development and Revitalization | The Connexion

“I took over May 1, and when I came, we had three kinds of visions for the use of the property and the building,” the Rev. Jason Roe, a Holston Conference evangelist who was tasked with taking the reins of the campus, explained. “One is for us to see if we can generate a new congregation here – most church-plants don’t have a building … (two) is the Hispanic congregation that is already meeting here … they’re worshipping somewhere around 300-400 people (weekly); and (three), it’s an events center.”

The site has hosted numerous concerts, Christian retreats and Holston events:

Power of One

Sermon Academy

Jim Bo Whaley and Greenbrier


United Methodist Women

The Espiritu Santo Church, led by Rev. Susana Lopez holds worship services Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday evenings at 7:30pm. They are one of the fastest growing Hispanic congregations in the country with an average attendance of 100  in their energetic, Spirit Filled and Christ centered services.

Several nonprofit relief groups focused primarily on long-term wildfire recovery Appalachia Service Project, Volunteer East Tennessee and AmeriCorps have their offices onsite.  Our warehouse is used as a storage facility for building materials inconjunction with the Dollywood Foundation and Holston Disaster Relief Management.

A new growing ministry is Celebrate Recovery led by Jeff Weiss and held on Tuesday evenings at 7:00pm for drug, alcohol, divorce, grief, depression, obesity, money,
co-dependence or pornography, all are welcome to attend.


 For information please contact Jason Roe 865-659-8879 or




Read about The Connexion in this story from The Call

Partners begin building homes for #Gatlinburgfire survivors

GATLINBURG, Tenn. (May 5, 2017) -- United Methodists from Holston Conference joined community partners to kick off construction of 25 homes for low-income survivors of last fall's Sevier County wildfires. Two events occurred during the ...

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