Our tips for safely gathering to worship:  
 
1. We are limiting the access points to the church and ask that you park in the front lot and enter via the Sanctuary. As needed, additional entrances will be opened. If a hallway or area is closed off, we ask that you not enter that area.
 

2. Please begin arriving at 10:15 am to begin the seating process for our service. 

3. When we observe the Lord’s Supper, deacons will distribute a prepackaged communion set as you enter the worship center.

4. At the front doors and back doors of the sanctuary, we will now utilize giving stations for our tithes and offerings. Feel free to place your offering in these before or after the worship service. You may also give through our website mobcknox.com by clicking the GIVE button at the top right corner of our home page. You may also text your tithe to (865) 290-7890. Once you have signed up, it is very easy use again. Lastly, you may mail your tithe to the church if you prefer that method.

5. We are respectfully requesting for people to adhere to the CDC guidelines and wear a mask while in corporate worship. Please bring your own mask, if you have one, as we only have a limited supply at the church. Masks will not be worn by those on stage leading in worship or preaching, but social distancing will be practiced.

6. Hand sanitizing stations are located at the entrances and are filled for your use. We ask that you greet each other in a non-contact manner and practice social distancing. Also, the water fountains will not be used.

7. We will continue streaming services so that if you are sick, immunocompromised, or if you simply don’t feel comfortable attending in person at this time, you can still worship with us. I know we all desire to meet again together, but you are the best person to decide when it’s time to rejoin on campus worship.
 
Additional Information:
 
8. Our target date to resume our Bible Fellowship Groups is Sunday, August 2.
 
9. When children’s activities resume meeting, we will be checking temperatures upon arrival.
 
10. Should someone from MOBC test positive for COVID-19, we will make a general announcement to the church and then continue to follow all sanitization protocols currently being utilized.
 
11.  We are planning to conduct VBS over the five Wednesdays in September.
 
12. Please continue to pray for our church and continue to invite people to attend.