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Ministry Spotlight

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Mission: Inspired by Jeremiah 29:7, ChattHOP's mission is simple: they are seeking the transformation of our city through unified prayer, worship, and action.

Everything started with a few people believing in Chattanooga, and knowing that our city needed more prayer to become all it is meant to become. With this purpose in mind, a team of people were commissioned to engage in intentional prayer asking the question, “Does God want a house of prayer in Chattanooga?” These few visionaries began to gather for prayer meetings in 2009 and with the generous support of grants and individuals, God answered their prayers and the Chattanooga House of Prayer became an official 501c3 in 2010.


Rhythms Chattanooga

Seeking the well-being of our city by encouraging a vibrant friendship with God through cultivating healthy spiritual practices (rhythms). This Spiritual Formation is done primarily in the context of retreats, trainings, and Spiritual Direction.

The Union Chattanooga

The Union is a community of creatives (musicians, writers, leaders) in Chattanooga seeking to build unity while celebrating differences.

Pray Chattanooga

Pray Chattanooga is a partnership of pastors and ministry leaders who pray and work together to transform our city by uniting our churches.

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Last Month's Ministry Spotlight

Cedine Ministries: Camping and Retreat Center


Cedine Ministries, located on gorgeous Watts Bar Lake in Spring City, Tennessee, seeks to provide enjoyable and spiritually enriching programs for all ages. They boast a robust Bible-based summer camp, complete with swimming, canoeing, riflery, archery, games and chapel services.

Their rapidly developing year-round retreat and conference center hosts church groups from around the nation. Staff members and volunteers participate in a community outreach of Bible clubs and classes, Bible quizzing, home visitation, prison and hospital ministries, literature distribution, and devotional guides.  A Bible correspondence ministry of instruction from primary age through adults is offered to all.

This ministry, begun by Moody Bible Institute graduate Paul Zimmerman and his wife during our nation's period of racial segregation, has impacted the lives of many African Americans in our area for generations. 

Would you like to host a retreat, volunteer as a counselor, or serve as a summer worker?

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