FAQs

FAQs

FAQs

When does the service start?

The Traditional Service starts at 1045 on Sunday mornings.

If you have children, you might want to arrive 15 minutes early to take them to the Main Post Chapel Annex for child care or children’s church.

Childcare & Children's Church INFO

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Who can attend?

Everyone is welcome!

Our congregation is a blend of Soldiers, Veterans, Retirees, and Civilians. 

A current driver’s license or military ID is required to get onto Fort Knox.

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Is a nursery available?

Children (who can walk up to pre-Kindergarten age) may stay at the Annex with CYSS (Child, Youth, and School Services) caregivers.

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Is children's church offered?

Five-year-olds to twelve-year-olds are invited to attend Children’s Church at the Annex.

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What do people wear?

Our members come from many different backgrounds and wear everything from suits to jeans.

So, you will fit in with whatever you choose to wear.

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Where can I park?

The parking spaces closest to Chapel fill up fast! 

There is additional parking behind the Annex.

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Are fellowship opportunities provided?

Every 2nd & 4th Sunday we have a fellowship meal at the Annex after the worship service! 

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What does MPC Protestant stand for?

Main Post Chapel Protestant

Our website used to be called "Fort Knox Traditional Protestant Service."

We choose a shorter website name for convenience!

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What is our mission?

Faith, Hope, and Charity

Our new logo was inspired by a stained glass window inside the sanctuary.

Visit our Faith, Hope, and Charity pages to learn more!

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25 November
1045 Worship Service

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