Pilgrim Congregational 
Church

423-698-5682

mail@pilgrim-church.com

400 Glenwood Drive

Chattanooga, TN 37404

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March 18, 2020

Jesus is condemned to death

In words and in attitudes, we “point the finger” at each other, blaming each other for our own problems. The Romans condemned Jesus to death as a “rabble-rouser”, a supposed threat to the “Pax Romana”, but all it did was to reveal to everyone...

March 14, 2020

There is a confirmed case of covid-19 coronavirus within our county. Our plan, as laid out to you earlier, still places us in stage 2. (to see the Pilgrim caronavirus response policy click here ) However, out of an abundance of caution we are canceling in person worshi...

March 12, 2020

Being mindful that our congregation is made up of a diversity of people which includes those who are older and those with weakened immunity systems, the Council has decided that we should have a planned response to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus).

Rev. Williamson in consulta...

April 2, 2019

Grab your cell phone, you will need it to read this guide and to enter addresses into your GPS to help you navigate. Now, take off by foot, car, bike, or bus. You may wish to bring your Bible and a notebook to jot down your thoughts. Stop at each station. Look and expl...

March 6, 2019

IN MANY CHURCHES TODAY, SERMONS WILL BE PREACHED ON THE TRANSFIGURATION, AN INTRIGUING AND CHALLENGING PASSAGE FOR SOME OF US. AUTHOR  BARBARA BROWN TAYLOR EVEN DESCRIBES IT AS “TOO DAUNTING TO TALK ABOUT!”

SOOOO……LET’S TAKE A MOMENT OF SILENCE, SHALL WE?  LET US SEEK G...

February 4, 2019

Invitation to Worship                                                                  Rev. Scott...

September 12, 2018

Over the next month we will look at the gospel of Mark’s portrayal of the teachings and life of Jesus. We begin this Sunday with an odd invitation to pick up a cross and follow Jesus. A cross, the means in which the empire squelches revolution through torture and death...

August 20, 2018

Growing up, my father and I bonded over spy movies. We especially enjoyed the James Bond series. There was not a Bond movie that we would not go see together. When I graduated from college a new spy thriller series was launched, “Mission: Impossible.” My father was so...

July 25, 2018

On this last Saturday of June 2018, as the sun beat down on an hotter than normal day our neighbors who are lined up in our parking lot to receive from our church sponsored food pantry.  Every month, we fill their trunks with a variety of groceries -- fresh produce and...

When I taught Middle School in rural Appalachian Kentucky I quickly realized that there are more than different accents around the country, there are also many dialects. I had one particular student who I had a difficult time understanding. During our year together, he...

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