Contemporary Worship - 8:45 am in the Worship Center

Traditional Worship - 10:00 am in the Sanctuary

On campus worship will require a reservation.

Our Online Worship will continue Sundays at 8:45, 10:00 & 11:15 am, AND 5:00 & 7:00 pm. You can continue worshiping at home with us until you are ready to return to campus.

Reservation for in person worship closes at 5:00 PM on Saturdays.

Walk-ins without a reservation will be seated for worship on Sunday morning as space permits. 

We Can't Wait to See You!

We are eager to return to in-person services, but we want to take every precaution to ensure we do so in a safe and responsible manner. At this time we are not having classes, events or activities in the buidling. Please take a moment to read and understand the below information for all in-person services.

Non Negotiable Campus Guidelines

Non Negotiable Campus Guidelines

The below guidelines are established by the Holston Annual Conference.



Protective masks MUST be worn by all persons 3yrs old and up at all times. Your mouth and nose must be covered at all times.


Social Distancing (6 feet in all directions) must be observed.


Attendance of all persons must be documented at each worship service for the purpose of contacting the KCHD in case of a COVID-19 infection.


All public spaces must be cleaned and sanitized after each service, especially restrooms and other high touch areas and surfaces.

What to Expect

Thank you in advance for your cooperation!


For access to the Worship Center park on the East side and enter at East 1 (covered entrance).


For access to the Sanctuary park on the West side and enter through the West Narthex door.

Upon Arrival

Greeters will meet worshipers in the parking areas to answer questions and offer assistance.


Contemporary worshipers will enter at East 1 (covered entrance).


Traditional worshippers will enter through the West Narthex door.


An usher will take your family to their reserved seats. Seating will be socially distanced in order to help prevent the spread of Covid-19.


Two gatherings are offered on Sunday mornings

8:45 AM Contemporary

10:00 AM Traditional.


Pre-Registration is required go to



All public spaces will be cleaned and sanitized after each service, especially restrooms and other high touch areas and surfaces.


A maximum of 120 people will be seated in the Sanctuary and 150 people in the Worship Center.


3 Exits: East 1, West Narthex and Farr Drive - Worshipers will be released by row or zone after each service to avoid bunching.


Please do not gather in East Corridor or Narthex before or after the services.


Temperature checks and wellness screening questions before worship. All Staff, worship leaders, and other volunteers will wear a face covering at all times except when actively singing or speaking.

Our Online Community is Very Important to Us!


Concord will continue offering online worship services for those who are at risk or do not yet feel comfortable in joining us for in person worship.


8:45 am, 11:15 am and 7:00 pm Contemporary Worship 10:00 am and 5:00 pm Traditional Worship


www.Concordumc.com or Facebook@ConcordUnitedKnox

Small Groups

During Concord United Phase One Reopening, small groups and classes that are part of the ministry of Concord United may begin meeting outside, on our campus, in groups of 25 persons or fewer using face coverings and following strict social distancing guidelines.

Group leaders will provide a complete list of everyone in attendance to the church following each meeting. Individuals will need to bring their own chairs. There can be no shared or provided food or beverages.

Non-church related groups may not meet on church property during Phase One Reopening.

Detailed Information

Concord United is committed to the health and safety of members and visitors and will be mindful of the latest information from the Centers for Disease Control and the Knox County Health Department, and follow established guidelines for houses of worship from the State of Tennessee. All reopening plans and future worship schedules are predicated on the containment of the COVID-19 virus in Knox County.

It is understood that people will make their own decisions based on what they feel comfortable with. Those who are sick should stay home and vulnerable or high risk populations also are encouraged to stay home. We will continue to offer our worship online as well as classes and growth content online via video, email, and social media.

Please scroll down to read a summary of all our guidelines and protocols for Phase 1 of our reopening plan or click the button below to read the entire plan document.