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 The Monteagle Sunday School Assembly was organized by Charter issued   by the State of Tennessee on October 4, 1882 for the purpose of: “…the advancement of science, literary attainment, Sunday School interests, and the promotion of the broadest popular culture in the interest of Christianity without regard to sect or denomination.”



Our Mission


The Mission of the Monteagle Sunday School Assembly is to

be a welcoming community of Christian faith where people gather to engage in spiritual growth and renewal, lifelong inquiry and learning, recreational and cultural enrichment, while being good stewards of our natural resources and our Assembly heritage.


We do this through:

·      An active and varied program of events and activities for members, guests, and the community at large

·      An emphasis on developing values, character, and leadership among our children and young people

·      Promoting and fostering an intergenerational and family friendly environment

·      A membership engaged in governing the Assembly and guiding its future

·      Taking excellent care of the Assembly grounds, buildings, and facilities

·      Sound financial management to ensure the sustainability of the Assembly


Our Values


We believe:

·      A safe, caring, and friendly environment promotes spiritual, moral and intellectual growth for people of all ages

·      In the value of the Assembly’s Chautauqua heritage and in our community traditions

·      Our interdenominational Christian beliefs are the bedrock of our community

·      In the centrality of our responsibilities to the children and young people in our midst

·      Education is key to a happy life, recreation sustains our bodies, and cultural enrichment is central to creating a civil society

·      In being good stewards of the natural and built community around us, and in being good neighbors to those beyond our gates 

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