"The Song" Movie Night and Sermon Series
The Song of Solomon is a book of the Bible that talks about a young couple meeting and getting to know each other. It describes their engagement, their wedding, their wedding night, and sex. God created and cares about all of life, even this part of it!
"The Song" is a feature-length movie the presents the story of the Song of Solomon in a modern setting. Spirit and Truth Fellowship of Knoxville will be showing this movie on Valentine's Day for couples who want to awaken love in their relationship or for anyone who wants to become a more devoted partner. Send e-mail to email@example.com for more information.
In conjunction with the movie, Pastor David Spakes will preach a sermon series from the Song of Solomon on Sunday mornings around Valentine's Day. And, depending on the public response and level of interest, we may organize a Bible study based on "The Song" for later in the year. Please come and be warmly welcomed!
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!
Verse of the Day
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.
February Science Café
The next meeting of the STFK Science Café takes place on Tuesday, February 10 from 5:30 P.M. until 7:00 at Ijams Nature Center. The meeting is FREE to attend and open to all ages.
Our topic this month is "Ebola: The Plague Fighters". Mark S. Rasnake MD, Infectious Disease Physician at the University of Tennessee Medical Center is our guest presenter, and he will be answering your questions about the disease and its prevention and treatments. This is an extremely relevant and important discussion you don't want to miss!
For children ages 5-12, we offer a Kid's Café program in a nearby area with a science lesson and activities that help make learning science fun! Kids can participate with the permission of their parents while the parents enjoy the adult-level discussion. For proper planning purposes, it is important that our children's director knows in advance how many kids will be attending and their ages.
Please RSVP by calling Ijams Nature Center at (865)577-4717 extension 110, or by sending an e-mail message to firstname.lastname@example.org. Let us know how many adults and children are in your group and the ages of the children.
Ijams Nature Center is located at 2915 Island Home Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37920. Click here for directions.
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!
UT Science Forum
Starting January, 2015, Spirit and Truth Fellowship of Knoxville is a financial sponsor of the UT Science Forum. This forum provides the general public, students and other researchers an opportunity to learn about the latest cutting-edge research at UT, ORNL and other local institutions.
If you are in the vicinity of the University of Tennessee main campus at lunchtime on Fridays, stop by the Thompson-Boling Arena Café and attend. Take your lunch with you or purchase lunch on site. Presentations by distinguished professors and researchers are 40 minutes long and are followed by a question-and-answer session. The UT Science Forum is free and open to the public.