Our Upcoming Events
Outdoor Worship At MCC Knoxville
Sundays at 9:00 PM
Location: MCC Knoxville
We all miss gathering in-person although our virtual worship has allowed us to share with people beyond the driving radius of Knoxville. Starting in August, weather permitting (meaning heavy rain), we will TRY to gather in-person, outdoors at 9:00 AM. We will continue to have our Virtual Worship via Zoom each week at 11:00 AM.
To participate in Outdoor Worship at 9:00 AM, please bring your own chair, wear a mask and sit with physical distancing of at least 6 feet. Masks will be worn throughout the service.
Please be prepared that this will NOT be worship like we used to have! There will be no singing, no hugging, no passing the peace or offering plate (although an offering will still be received) and no coffee or food. We WILL be able to be together and see one another and chat before and after service with appropriate distancing.
Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we have moved to VIRTUAL WORSHIP GATHERINGS on Sunday mornings.
We will NOT be meeting in person indoors at the church at least through July, although we are looking into holding an outdoor, socially distanced 9:00 AM service one Sunday in August (weather permitting). The Board is reevaluating this decision monthly and working to put procedures in place so that we can safely open our doors again.
Visit our Virtual Services page for instructions on how to join us.
Visit our Donations & Support page for ways you can support MCC Knoxville during these unusually challenging times.
A Community of Faith
We come together from a rich variety of religious experiences and denominational backgrounds, seeking to:
- Celebrate God manifested in every single person
- Model Christ and share God’s immutable love
- Be God’s hands, feet, and voice sharing the story of Love
We offer our experience and our love -- we share our stories and our journeys -- to encourage and uplift the transgendered, bisexual, gay and lesbian communities of Knoxville and the entire East Tennessee area. We welcome all to join us, regardless of denomination or background.
Communal memory takes shape when we share our stories. In those stories is our longing and yearning for peace, for love, for acceptance, for freedom, equality and justice. In those yearnings is a search for the truth of Spirit.
If you are looking for a spiritual home, come visit us here at Metropolitan Community Church at Knoxville and listen to the voice of the Holy speak to you through the voices of diversity, community, social justice and prayer. We welcome people of many beliefs and backgrounds into the holy space of worship, and pray that you will find justice and peace wherever Spirit leads you.