Shannondale Presbyterian Church
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Who We Are
Shannondale Presbyterian Church has been active in north Knox county for 128 years. The sanctuary has very unusual rose-colored windows which pre-date the Civil War, given to the church by Second Presbyterian Church of Knoxville. The original bell in the church tower calls the congregation to worship each Sunday at 10:00 a.m.
The Bible is preached and traditional hymns are sung. We are privileged to have two pianists and an organist who assist in the morning worship service. The church recently received a gift of new hymnbooks: the Celebration Hymnal. It contains the good "old hymns" as well as some new ones. You are invited to join us in singing God's praises.
The Bell Tower, which was in need of repair, has been restored by several contractors who donated their time and expertise along with volunteers from Mt. Harmony Baptist Church in Strawberry Plains. These Christian friends worked faithfully and tirelessly to complete the project in time for the tower's rededication at our 128th anniversary celebration on Sunday, November 9, 2014.
What Members SayAdd your voice
Susan HinesHi. I live across the street on Shannondale and wondered if you ever rented out for weddings? Our Methodist churches aren't open yet and my son is looking for someplace to get married that is a church setting. If you do rent out, what price would you charge, and how many people are you accepting at this time? I hope you and your congregants are well at this time. Thank you, Susan Hines