When are the worship services?
We offer two services- one traditional service (in The Sanctuary) & one contemporary (in The Vine). Both start at 10:45 on Sunday morning. You can also watch the livestream.
What safety precautions are in place to prevent
the spread of COVID-19?
The safety of all of our worship attendees and staff members is our top priority. You can read all our safety guidelines by clicking here.
How do I join?
We welcome anyone who wishes to join First-Centenary as a means of living out the gospel of Jesus Christ. You can learn more by clicking here.
What is the style of worship music?
We offer two different worship music experiences. The Sanctuary worship services include music in a variety of styles, from baroque to contemporary, American folk to world music, chant to contemporary hymns. In addition to the Chancel Choir, organ and piano, we utilize handbells, brass, strings, woodwinds and percussion. We have contemporary worship music in The Vine with a band comprised of drums, electric guitar, piano, bass, and vocals.
What are the beliefs of First-Centenary?
We follow the beliefs of The United Methodist Church. You can learn more about the teaching of the UMC by clicking here.
Are there Sunday School classes?
Yes! We have several Sunday School classes available. You can find your class by clicking here.
Where should I park?
You can park in The Oak Street Center parking lot and the UT-Chattanooga parking lot on the corner of Houston and Oak. You can also parallel park for free on Houston Street, Oak Street, and McCallie Avenue.
Have more questions?
Contact our Congregational Care Director, Debbie Donohue, and she'll answer any questions you have.