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We are a particular church of the Presbyterian Church in America, located in Tullahoma, Tennessee.

We are governed by the Word of God and by a board of elders and deacons.


     Bill Clark, Interim Pastor
     Chris Connor, Ruling Elder

     Frank Wonder, Ruling Elder

     Greg Sandlin, Reserve Elder

    Ray Cyr, Chairman
    Andrew Harding

    Jane Eubank,  piano (principal)
    Cathie Robbins, hammered Dulcimer and flute

Acoustic Band:
   Will Harding
    Sam Sykes

Song Leaders:
   Frank Wonder, Cassidy Connor, Caryss Connor,
    Elanna Cyr, Katelynn Cyr             

Audio Visuals:
    Erik Graubner, James Reiner, Steve Vesten

IT Support:
    Steven Vesten

    Cathy O'Brien

Priorities of this Church
Priorities of this Church
  • Wholehearted, God-honoring, Biblical worship – of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit with true affection and joy, sincerity of heart, and readiness of mind…all according to the Word of God.

  • Preaching and teaching to change lives – faithfully proclaiming the Gospel, promoting spiritual growth by showing how God’s truth is relevant for all ages, and providing congregational care through pastor and elders.

  • Loving each other and our neighbors – training and equipping the saints to use gifts, talents, and passions to serve fellow believers and our world through prayer, encouragement, giving, and serving—both at home and abroad.


Worship Style

The Lord of Glory deserves worship that is reverent and joyful. Historic Reformed worship emphasizes the majesty of the Creator of heaven and

earth. Worshipping in spirit and in truth, we seek to foster a fitting sense of biblical worship in congregational singing, using piano-led psalms, hymns, and Spiritual songs from across the span of Church history.

Our worship includes other elements from Reformed tradition, such as the Apostolic Creed, the Nicene Creed, the Westminster Confessions of Faith, the Westminster Catechisms, and other historic creeds.

Our goal of worship, and all of life, is to glorify God...and enjoy him forever.

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