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Fall Heritage Festival II

Last year, when Franklin County dropped the Polly Crocket Festival, held here in Cowan, from its lineup of annual events, a lot of people were disappointed.  But the leadership of Cowan picked up the ball and created, to replace the Polly Crocket Festival, what was dubbed the "Fall Heritage Festival".  We all owe a debt of gratitude to the promoters of Cowan and leaders across the community, because the inaugeral Fall Heritage Festival of 2014 was nothing short of astounding.  Musical performances on three

Sewanee Summer Music Festival Concert in Cowan; Wednesday, July 1st, 7:00 p.m. in Cowan

Again Cowan is blessed to have the Sewanee Music Festival come down the mountain for a perfomance right here in town.  It will happen at the Cowan Center for the Arts.

Wings Party Saturday, April 11 at Tennessee Prison for Women

We have a team from our church going to Nashville to join the whole team of volunteers meeting at the Tennessee Prision for Women in Nashville to hold a Wings party.  But this is not just any old party.  It is a time of teaching, fellowship, prayer, and celebration of the gospel that uses the Logos model of Christian education.  Logos partie

We're Going to Lake Winnie Thursday, July 24!

You are invited to join us as we carry our packed lunches and head off to Lake Winnepesaukah on Thursday, July 24.  You'll hear more about it (departure time, costs, etc.) as we get closer to the date.

Church Pool Party! Sunday June 22 1pm

You are invited to a church pool party.  It will be at the home of Raymond and Becky Council.  If you need any information about how to get there, or other stuff, call the church at 967-7195 and we will get back with you, or text Andy Gay at 931-308-2341 or

Tim's Ford State Park Picnic Outing Sunday May 18

We have reserved a picnic pavilion (No.

Montgomery Cemetery Memorial Candlelight 2013 on Saturday, September 7

Once again, the people of Cowan are coming together to place candles on the memorial stones of the Montgomery Cemetery. This is one of those old cemeteries that has the old giant cedars that people in past generations planted to last for generations - giant evergreen trees that stand as symbols for the eternal life we long for in our faith - giving comfort and shelter in all seasons and all weathers.

"Paperclips" Movie and Trip to Holocaust Museum in Whitwell June 8 and 9 - and Foster Falls

We're Going to Shake Rag Hollow!

Galaxy of Lights Tour Saturday December 22 4pm

Come join us for a trip down to Huntsville for a drive-through tour of the Galaxy of Lights at the Huntsville Botanical Gardens.  The church will provide a 15 passenger van and cover

Beersheba Springs Craft Fair Outing August 26

Our August church outing is the very popular Beersheba Springs Crafts Fair that is held at the beautiul Beersheba Springs United Methodist Assembly.  If you have not had a chanch to see this old - and renovated - hotel and grounds that now serve a a center for conferences, camps, and other activities, then you are in for a treat.  The fair itself has for a long time been one of the most popular events for artists and crafts people from around the area, drawing large crowds.

Tennessee Antiquarian Book Fair

The Tennessee Antiquarian Book Fair will arrive on Saturday at 10:00 am and go until 5:00 pm.  On Sunday, it will be from 11:00 am until 4:00 pm.  We have in store many great booksellers from all over the US as well as one from Montreal, Canada!  There will be everything from Children's books, Fiction, Sci Fi, History, Non-fiction, Religious and much, much more. We will have speakers for children's authors, book collecting, black history, Civil war on Saturday.  John McCardell, Jr. (Vice chancellor for Sewanee) will speak on Sunday about the South in post civil war times.

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