Labrynth ​during Holy Week

A canvas labyrinth will be set up in the History Room (across from Room 111) for Holy Week. Walking the Labyrinth is an ancient spiritual path which parallels the path of pilgrimage. It has only one path that leads from the outer edge in a circuitous way to the center, which typically takes less than 30 minutes. There are no tricks to it and no dead ends. Through quietly, prayerfully following the path, with all its turns and changes of direction, we walk with God, just as God walks with us through our lives. 

Recent Posts

See All

New Sunday Morning iStudy Series Begins in January

Rev. Mark Flynn will be offering an online Bible study class on Sunday mornings from 9:30- 11:00 a.m. Beginning Sunday, January 17 and running through February 28, iStudy Torah will explore the first

Unmasking Feminism in Christian Theology Class

Beginning Tuesday evening, January 26, Seth O'Kegley will lead a four-week Zoom class entitled Unmasking Feminism in Christian Theology. This class will explore a few of the foundations of classical C

A special Christmas thank you!

A big thank you to all the kids who participated in our Virtual Nativity Pageant. A special blessing to Neelley and Fisher Brown; Finnley, Will and Mitchy Mindrup; Addie and Tommy Driskill; Ella and C

© 2020 First United Methodist Church of Oak Ridge

1350 Oak Ridge Turnpike, Oak Ridge, TN 37830

call us- 865.483.4357

fax us- 865.483.4391