Circle Assembly is proud to support Angelic Ministries whose primary ministry is to reach out with the practical love of Christ to people entering their doors, by providing them furniture, clothing, linens, kitchen supplies, and other needed household items at no cost to them, all wrapped in the love, encouragement, and prayers of our staff and volunteers who serve those who come to our ministry.
Circle Assembly supports Teen Challenge of Knoxville. Teen Challenge is a substance abuse rehabilitation center for teens. They are a discipleship program teaching the students that come through their doors about God's Word, how to recognize the Holy Spirit's work in their lives and to develop a daily prayer life. Teen Challenge students regularly visit our church and know that we are a safe place for them as they work to overcome the struggles in their lives.
The Circle Assembly Women's group supports Isaiah 117 House. This program provides a safe home for children to go to while waiting for foster care placement. Isaiah House is funded explicitly through churches and donations. They have active volunteers who are there to solely love on the children whose world has been turned upside down after being removed from family and loved ones. It also provides a neutral place for social workers to do some of the hardest parts of their job by completing necessary paperwork after the child's removal and the important work of finding the right foster home for the child.
Led by Steve Long, Circle Assembly's homeless ministry aims to reach the lost where people are at their lowest. Knoxville's homeless population continues to grow year over year and Circle Assembly works to show the love of God through our witness. We provide meals, clothes, and toys for children. We try to meet the needs of these people while working to show them the path to salvation.