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Read the Bible in One Year

We will be reading through the Bible in 2019 with a diverse reading schedule from Taylor University. Starting January 1st Download this month’s reading schedule below: OR Join the online Reading Plan through YouVersion APP


Caroling at the Curtis’s will take place Sunday evening, December 23, at 6 p.m. Sub sandwiches, chips, cookies, coffee and hot chocolate will be served. All ages are welcome. (We’ll sing indoors if the weather is bad outdoors.)

Spring Small Groups Start January 13th

Small groups will commence  January 13th, 2019 – April. Our discussions will follow our readings through the Bible as we focus on serving God and others. Sign up sheets will be posted in the foyer for the groups which will meet in homes off the mountain, homes on the mountain, SonKids and in the church auditorium. […]

December Events

December 2nd at 5 pm– Singing Night Saturday, December 8th at 9:30 am – Senior Brunch (60+) at Judy and Bob Mayes Home Saturday, December 8th at 5:30pm – Christmas Jamboree and Potluck (meat provided, please bring a side dish) Sunday, December 16th at 3 pm– Alexian Worship Service – 6th Floor Sunday, December 23rd – […]

Location & Service Times

Signal Mountain Church of Christ


Blessed Living, or Not

Reading Colossians 3:1-17 Welcome to the first Sunday of 2019 here at the Signal Mountain Church of Christ, and good morning! God calls us to be a seeking, saving, serving church: seeking the kingdom of God and His righteousness first, saving the lost by His grace as we share His word second, and serving like […]

God’s Saving Mission

Here we are, the last Sunday of 2018, at the end of a year long focus on the Saving Mission of God.  What has God taught you?  What have you seen and heard and learned about our Saving mission? From Genesis 3 forward, God’s saving mission is unfolded. In Genesis, we see it in the […]

Hard Joy

Reading from Luke 2:4-20 Merry Christmas!  It’s almost here.  Perhaps at least some of you are wondering how our reading of the Bible this week is cooperating with the Christmas story.  We’ve been in Hebrews and 1 Peter this week, both of which stress faithfully following Jesus Christ, even when it leads us into suffering. […]

Do It

The New Testament epistle of James is a favorite among many of us.  It is so practical and direct.  It is not laden with theology or the challenging sentences of Paul.  Its themes are clear and simple, echoing many words from Jesus’ sermon on the Mount. This James is not the apostle James, who was […]

Joy to the World

Joy to the world, the Lord is come! Let earth receive Her King! Let every heart prepare Him room, and heaven and nature sing! Is this song stating the truth or is this just a nice religious song that we’ve come to associate with Christmas season? Read with me Isaiah 9:1-7 again. Now turn with […]