Clinch Mountain District in the Holston Annual Conference is composed of

more than 100 churches stretching across and around Clinch Mountain

in Tennessee and Virginia.

  Rev. Jane E. Taylor, District Superintendent
Phone: 276-628-4421
Fax: 276-628-2947

Administrative Assistant: Monika Surcey

Mailing Address: 
P.O. Box 263
Abingdon, VA  24212

Physical Address:
966 West Main Street, Suite A
Abingdon, VA  24212

June/July 2020 CMD Newsletter

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News Clinch Mountain District

The Rev. Barbara Doyle offers a prayer during a peace vigil in Abingdon on June 6.
Abingdon pastor wonders if protests will lead to change

Justice Profiles: This is the first story in a new series. En espanol ABINGDON, Va. -- The Rev. Barbara Doyle spent the last two weekends at peaceful events proclaiming “black lives matter.” On May 31, she participated in a march through downtown ...

In Hansonville, Virginia, volunteers prepare to help neighbors with cleaning buckets supplied by Holston congregations.
Pastors in Southwest Virginia work to help flood survivors

Feb. 14, 2020 update: Disaster-response leaders in Holston's Clinch Mountain District met Feb. 10 to prepare for possibly calling in teams for flood clean-up after assessments are made. "We have distributed many, many cleaning buckets and hygiene ...

Teenager survives broken home through love of church

  BRISTOL, Va. (July 9, 2019) -- Nate Roark was sleeping in the same room when his father died from renal failure. "I woke up to hear him coughing his last few breaths," says Roark, who was 12 at the time.  Five years later, the 17-year-old survivor...

Trying to understand: 2,600 attend district meetings after GC

 March 6, 2019 FIVE DAYS after the conclusion of General Conference, about 2,600 Holstonians gathered to pray and learn how decisions made in St. Louis would affect their local churches.  Under the name 3/3@3, all of Holston Conference’s nine ...

Elk Garden ministry goes beyond meeting basic needs

  ROSEDALE, Va. (May 18, 2018) -- Paul’s little girl is sick. He says he’s barely slept, worrying about her high fever, and he has a complicated story about how the hospital sent her home too soon with the wrong medicine which made her sicker. “If ...