FEBRUARY 1, 2019

Our Top 5 Headlines


Here comes February! In case you missed any, here are The Call's most-clicked stories in January.  

1. Delegates asked to support Traditional Plan


About 90 people attended a Jan.12 forum in Knoxville to express their views to Holston Conference delegates who will soon vote on a future path for the denomination at General Conference. Read the story.

2. Magnolia Avenue clinic faces uncertain future


With the help of medical students and retired physicians, the free clinic serves 40-60 people every Monday, but the volunteers are not sure how long the church will survive. Read the story.

3. Dinner Church creates new congregation


New Life UMC has started a “Dinner Church” on Tuesday nights at a school in east Knoxville. It might be the answer for people who are never going to come to our buildings on Sunday morning.  Read the story.

4. GC2019 petitions propose exit plans


If there is a divorce, who gets the church? Weeks away from the 2019 General Conference, some of the dust has settled over what petitions delegates will vote on. From United Methodist News Service. Read the story.

5. Resurrection will launch in Costa Rica


Resurrection, Holston's annual winter weekend for youth, has already been re-created through Divine Rhythm and Rez Kidz. Now it's going to Costa Rica. Read the story.


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