A Quick History Terrace House was purchased in 1980 through the vision of Harold and Beverly Duckett, the Knoxville First Seventh-day Adventist Church, and the Georgia-Cumberland Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. The house belonged to Dr. Ira Childs, a university professor. Dr. Childs often provided housing for worthy students and had stipulated that the house continue Read More ...
Ever walked by and wondered what that house on that hill is all about? Don’t be shy. Stop in sometime. This house is definitely for you.
College is a time of transition, growth, and searching no matter what year you’re in. Take a moment to slow down and reflect on what you’ve experienced so far.
This is a time when faith can become a personal reality or a distant memory. Advent House exists at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville as a supportive ministry to students who desire to be part of an open and accepting Christian student community. It is also the home of Adventist Christian Fellowship at UTK.
Our goal is to facilitate and atmosphere of:
-belonging to a community
-believing in an unbelievably loving God
-becoming a messenger of that love to others