New to the Assembly?
The cottages within the Assembly exist for the housing of people to be active participants in our eight week summer program.
During our “off season” our grounds are used for weddings, baptisms and retreats as well as for participants in events at the University of the South, Dubose Conference Center and other area religious and educational institutions. Church and school groups, recreational and educational clubs, and nonprofit organizations find the Assembly a special gathering place that fosters a sense of community and purpose. Clubs and individuals that support our mission are welcome to inquire about public building and housing rentals.
We have several public spaces that offer a comfortable place to meet and gather. The Dining Hall has a fully equipped kitchen and can seat up to 120 people. The expanse of windows and the large fireplace make it the perfect backdrop for work and play in the spring and the fall. Our Chapel, auditorium and gymnasium offer alternative rustic spaces for additional activities. The Nashville Home is a ten-bedroom house that youth groups find especially appealing. In addition, many cottage owners rent their cottages of all sizes for weeks or weekends, making the Assembly a relaxing and special place to gather. Rocking on porches and walking the ground bring a distinctive appeal to any meeting.
The Monteagle Assembly can only be truly appreciated through first-hand experience. During the season, our office staff is happy to offer a tour and connect those interested with our housing office. For off- season questions and tours, call the office at 931-924-9000 to speak with our housing office or to make plans for a tour of the grounds.
If you have not previously rented in the Assembly, please download and complete an application.
The MSSA Housing Office is licensed (#276) by the Tennessee Real Estate Commission and provides a professionally administered program for owners and renters alike, consistent with the Assembly’s mission.