Holston Valley Baptist Association
Friday, February 23, 2018
Seeds and Souls


Smoky Mountains National Park     
Nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains - Hancock and Hawkins Counties offer some of the most beautiful, but poverty ridden areas of our nation. What a wonderful place for your church's volunteer missions team to spend time during the summer. You're only 70 miles from the Pigeon Forge / Gatlinburg area of the Great Smoky Mountains. Plan one day to site-see before returning home.
Teams Are Needed Throughout The Summer
(Contact Rev. Mark Roberts, Missionary for the
Holston Valley Baptist Association: Office-423-272-7318;
Types Of Projects:
     Minor to Major Home Repairs
     Assist In Building Projects By Local Churches
     Help With Building Projects Through ARM and Of One Accord Ministries
    Surveys With Local Churches
      Backyard Bible Clubs
      VBS For Small Rural Churches
      Sports Camps
     Seniors Projects through Of One Accord Ministries
(see ofoneaccordministry.org) - food distribution,
health fairs, medical clinics
"Acts of Kindness" Ministries in the community
Possible Recreational Ministry on Cherokee Lake
There are places to stay:
The "ROC" - Ridgeview Outreach Center
(sleeping bags or air matresses)
For Availability call: 423-357-4631
McPheeters Bend Baptist Church Fellowship Hall
(sleeping bags on air matresses)
For Availability: 
Holston Retreat Center
(Small Retreat Center Belonging to Holston Baptist Association)
For Availability call: Holston Association at 423-929-1196
(This center belongs to another association and is often
booked months in advance.)
Motels - call for listings, Sheldon Livesay at 423-921-8044