Worship With Us

Fairview inside worship services have been cancelled until further notice due to recommendations from the Holston Conference amid concerns about COVID-19. We are currently meeting at 11:00 on Sunday mornings under the picnic shed on the church grounds, and live-streaming via Facebook and Zoom. The current Sunday morning schedule can be found at Coping with Covid. If you are not currently receiving email notifications each week with the links and would like to, please contact us at fairview878@gmail.com and we will put you on our email list. Face masks are required for the picnic shed worship.

Please remember, for your health and for those around you, wash your hands frequently, do not put your hands on your face, and maintain social distancing. Continue to pray for the sick, the bereaved, and medical personnel, and that a cure and a vaccine will be available soon.

In the meantime, you can hear Pastor Randall’s message each week by clicking here.

Bringing the Light of Christ

Children’s Time

We would love for you to come and praise God with us! We welcome you as seekers or followers of Christ, as we all seek to grow in our relationship with Jesus Christ.

We greatly value our children; therefore children are always welcome to worship with their families. However, we do have a nursery available for children five and under if that better suits the needs of your family.

While our worship style is primarily traditional, we are a very open congregation and want you to feel free to worship as God leads you. You will find our congregation very welcoming to all.

Our Sunday morning schedule includes:
Sunday School at 10:00 via Zoom

Sunday Worship at 11:00 via Facebook or Zoom

Please use our Contact Us page to be added to the Zoom invitation each week.

Gloria Patri

Glory be to the Father,
and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost;
as it was in the beginning,
is now, and ever shall be,
world without end. Amen, amen.

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