Rev. Ann Robins, District Superintendent
P.O. Box 1515
Kodak, TN 37764
Housed in First UMC, Knoxville
3316 Kingston Pike
Knoxville, TN 37919
Office Hours: Please call 865-470-7005 to schedule an appointment.
To find our office: Turn in the parking lot of First UMC Knoxville, 3316 Kingston Pike, do not turn between the church and the Parish house, head on over the hill as if you are going toward the river/pavilion. As you top the hill you will see an entrance on your right for our office.
Phone: (865) 470-7005
The Tennessee Valley District is home to 82 United Methodist Churches in the greater Knoxville and surrounding areas of Knox, Roane, Anderson, Morgan, Scott, Campbell, Claiborne, Loudon, and Union Counties.
List of Tennessee Valley District Churches
Tennessee Valley District
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