Canvas Church

201 N. B Street

PO Box 1114

Lenoir City, TN 37771


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Service and Teaching Times


Cafe: 9:30am

Service: 10am



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COVID-19 Preperations

As the world navigates through the complexities of dealing with the coronavirus issue, please be aware that Canvas Church takes very seriously the health of every member of the Canvas family. It is our plan to assure that every possible consideration and precaution is taken. Depending on who you listen to, the coronavirus (COVID-19 virus) is a coming plague of biblical proportions or an over-hyped media creation. However, with people being diagnosed in Tennessee, we need to implement some precautionary measures listed below. We are not afraid, just cautious.  Please read the Open Letter, and check in for regular updates.

Update 2/19: 




 As you know, Canvas Church is a vibrant community that is ministering to hundreds of people through our Sunday services, youth and kids gatherings, groups, and ministries. With these things in mind, we feel an obligation to you and our community to take every precaution we can. Let's take what the enemy means for evil and watch how God will use it for His Kingdom!


-Until further notice, Canvas Church's Sunday services will be held online ONLY.  The services will happen at 10:00 a.m. on Facebook, Youtube, and Church Online.  This 30 minute service will include worship, a relevant sermon from Lead Pastor, Nick Rains, and a time of prayer. Chat will be available 15 minutes prior to the service.


-Adult Groups WILL continue until further notice.  Please contact your Group leader for more info.

- All Uprising Youth and Canvas Kids gatherings are cancelled until further notice.  


-The Seder has been canceled. We will be offering full refunds.


-The Men's Retreat has been canceled. We will be offering full refunds.


-Regular communication of what is happening in and around the Canvas family will be given. 

Read the OPEN LETTER 2 for the full update.  God bless!

 A prudent person foresees danger and takes precautions. The simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences.

Proverbs 22:3 (NLT)