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Welcome To Dotson Memorial in Maryville, TN

 

If you will take a few minutes to browse through our website, you will get to know a little more about who we are. Now, if you have any questions at all, feel free to call out office at 865-984-9240 and speak with any of our staff. Ultimately our desire is for you to come and be our guest at DMBC. Please check our livestream at 10:45AM Eastern and our location and service times page for opportunities for you and your family to worship with us!

Hey and when you come, I would love to meet you!

Blessings,
Pastor Jim Cummings

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Our prayer is that you will experience God’s love and His presence in a powerful way. Our goal at Dotson each week is to see life transformation through the teaching of God’s Word.

Worship

 

Our prayer is that you will experience God’s love and His presence in a powerful way. Our goal at Dotson each week is to see life transformation through the teaching of God’s Word.

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DMBC Kids

 

DMBC Kids partners with parents to point kids to Jesus. Our goal is to see kids develop an authentic, personal relationship with Jesus Christ in a safe learning environment.

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DMBC Youth

 

DMBC Youth’s mission is to make disciples who make disciples that behold the glory of the Father, delight in the Spirit-inspired Word, and trust in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

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Common Questions & Answers

What are your service times throughout the week?

 

Please visit our Service Times and Location page for the latest information.

 

We range from more fancy to jeans and flip-flops, but generally towards business casual.  All are welcome no matter the attire.

 

Dotson Memorial is a member of the Southern Baptist Convention and observes the tenets of the Baptist Faith and Message.  We believe the Bible is the inerrant, inspired and infallible Word of God and is profitable for teaching, reproof, correction and training in righteousness as stated in 2 Timothy 3:16 (NASB).

 

Why the name, “Dotson Memorial?”  It all started in 1939 with a brush arbor built for a revival by Rev. Onley Robert Dotson.  Click or tap to read more from the 1990 Dotson Memorial Church Directory.