"Q&A" Sermon Series
Do you have questions and wonder what the Bible has to say about them? Here is your chance to ask and find out the answers! The second annual Q&A Sermon Series will be getting underway soon at Spirit and Truth Fellowship of Knoxville. Pastor David Spakes is calling for questions at this time, and he will attempt to answer as many as he can for the duration of the series. Each answer will be presented in the form of a Sunday morning sermon that will elaborate the Scriptures. You don't want to miss this important series!
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About Our ChurchSpirit and Truth Fellowship of Knoxville meets weekly for church service on Sunday mornings (see schedule below) at Ijams Nature Center in South Knoxville. Click here for directions. We are an independent, nondenominational, Evangelical Christian Church that is friendly to the sciences. We welcome sincere skeptics to consider starting a relationship with God in fellowship with a group of Christians who are not judgmental against beliefs such as a 13.7-billion-year-old universe and evolution. We consider the Bible to be the inspired Word of God and inerrant in the original text, and where science and the Bible do not appear to agree, the flaw lies in human inability to fit the puzzle pieces together (the church takes no official position on such matters). We study from both classic (KJV, etc.) and modern (NIV, NRSV, etc.) English translations of the Bible. Please come and be warmly welcomed!
Spirit and Truth Fellowship of Knoxville (STFK) is a member of the NOVA scienceNOW community and proudly sponsors Science Café events for the Knoxville, Tennessee area. You can see a list of upcoming and past Science Café topics by hovering over the Events menu above, then choose Science Café Events.
July Science Café
The STFK Science Café will be meet on Tuesday, July 22 from 5:30 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. at the Knoxville Zoo. There is no parking or admission fee for people attending only the Science Café and who are not planning to visit any of the Zoo exhibits.
At this month's meeting, we will be discussing the Bog Turtle, an endangered species that is native to eastern United States. Our guest expert is Brad Moxley, Lead Keeper in the Department of Herpetology at the Knoxville Zoo.
Children age 5-12 are welcome at attend with their parents, and we will keep them busy at Kid's Café with a science lesson and activities that help make learning science fun!
Please RSVP by sending an e-mail message to email@example.com. Let us know how many adults and children are in your group and the ages of the children.
Parking and Entry Instructions: This event will take place during the normal operating hours of the Knoxville Zoo, so the parking lots will be crowded. Inform the parking attendant that you are there for a meeting and are not visiting the Zoo, and he will let you park free of charge. Ride the shuttle to the ticket booth if you park in the lower lot, or walk to the main gates. Enter at the Ranger's office, which is located to the right of the ticket counters and main gates. Inform the Ranger that greets you that you are there to attend the Science Cafe, and the Ranger will direct you where to go.
During STFK Science Café meetings, discussion will be restricted to topics of science only. Religious viewpoints shall not be presented. Within the context of the Science Café, Spirit and Truth Fellowship of Knoxville does not advocate religion.
Please make plans to attend!