You and your family are invited to come and worship
God with us.  You are guaranteed to receive a very
warm and friendly welcome from myself and others.
You are very important to God. He truly cares about
you. Your feelings, your dreams, and your happiness
are of great concern to Him.
We hope and pray that you will be attracted to Jesus
Christ, and that you will be committed to love, learn, and
live for Him.  
John 3:16 says, "For God so loved the world that He
gave his only son that whosoever believes in Him should
not perish but have everlasting life."
John 10:10, Jesus says, "...I am come that they might
have life and have it more abundantly."
Come and see ... check us out ... this may be the place
where you actually belong.  It would be an honor to
Worship with you.  

Don McEntire

P.S. Dress as you please...casual or otherwise.
Pastor: Dr. Donald McEntire


The Dumplin Baptist Church, the third oldest church in the eastern half of Tennessee with continuous existence at the same place,
under the same name, was organized July 29, 1797.  John Cate, Sr petitioned for a new church to be constituted near his home in Dec.
1794; Nothing happened.  He again petitioned June of 1797 and it was approved.   Thus, several families , who were members of
French Broad Baptist Church (now Dandridge First) joined to organize the new church (four males and seventeen females).  Dumplin
joined Tennessee's only Baptist Association, Holston, the next month.  Later she became a charter member of the Tennessee
Association (1802) and in Jefferson County (1919).  Duke Kimbrough was their first pastor.  The Dumplin church was a leader in all
three associations set an example for other to follow.  Between 1839 and 1859 over 500 were baptized into their fellowship.  Dumplin,
having  a strong missionary bent, has given birth to over six churches: Rocky Valley/1833; Piedmont/1891; Deep Sprints/1895; Shady
Grove/1880; Snyder's Chapel/1903 and French Broad in Sevier County/1893. The church has faithfully been served by 51 pastors.  
(Data & information from Milestone sixty: History of the Jefferson County Baptist Association 1919-1978 , Glen A. Toomey.1978.