COVID-19 Coronavirus Updates

Weekend Worship Gatherings for April 5 will be held online. All on campus activities through April 9 have been postponed or suspended..

Mobberly is monitoring the situation and will provide you with pertinent information as it relates to our church and community on this page. (Last updated March 30, 2020, 8:00 p.m. CST)
God is at work at Mobberly, and lives are being changed by the gospel each week. Students and children are coming to faith in Christ, growing in Him, and professing those decisions through baptism. Our giving is healthy and God is providing in ways as only He can do. Indeed, God is doing something here at Mobberly!


Even as we rejoice in the many ways God is moving, we are aware that much is happening in the world around us. Recently, COVID-19 (coronavirus) has captured our attention. First, please join us in prayer for the communities and nations throughout the world being impacted. We are earnestly asking God to heal the sick, protect any at risk of contracting the virus and to pour out His strength and wisdom on medical professionals who tirelessly care for those who are sick.

General Information about COVID-19

There are many sources of information available about the Corona Virus. The CDC has quite a bit of information available on their website, ranging from how to prevent illness, recognizing symptoms, situation updates and more.


Here are ways you can help the potential spread of illness during this time:
* If you feel sick, contact your health care provider.
* When attending large group functions, greet people with a wave or other appropriate greetings rather than a handshake.
* Avoid unnecessary contact with anyone, particularly someone who might appear to be ill.
* Use recommended etiquette when you sneeze or cough.
* Wash your hands frequently for 20 seconds with soap.
* Do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth with your hands.
* After contact with surfaces that are regularly touched by others, wash your hands or use hand sanitizer as soon as possible.

* The CDC has outlined several groups who may be at higher risk with COVID-19, including older adults and people with underlying chronic medical conditions.

Scheduled Events at Mobberly

Mobberly Worship Gatherings Online-Only for April 5.

In accordance with the order given for gregg county to Shelter in Place except for essential activities, all on campus activities have been suspended through April 9, 2020.  Therefore, our gatherings will be streamed online.


We have canceled or postponed all activities at our campuses through Thursday, April 9.


Our Billy Moore campus is also unable to meet. If you would like to reach out to someone who attends our campus at the Billy Moore Correctional Unit, they would love to get a note from you.  Email [email protected] and we will send instructions and contact information.


Please continue to pray for our church, community, country and everyone dealing with this outbreak. Pray we will live out 2 Timothy 1:7 which says, “For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but one of power, love and sound judgment.”

Events which have been postponed or canceled include,  but are not limited to:

  • Upward Sports for the Spring season is canceled.
  • Ladies Bible Studies have been postponed or moved online. Check back for new start dates.
  • Family Services Ministry on Tuesday mornings has been suspended for March 31.
  • Malawi Mission Trip for adults scheduled for May has been canceled.
  • Senior Adult Branson Trip scheduled for April 21-25 has been canceled.
  • Divorce Care, Grief Share, Adoptive Mom’s Sanity Group, Homecoming: Calming Chaos (TBRI) support group, and Thrive! are all canceled through the end of this semester.
  • Celebrate Recovery  has been canceled for March 30.
  • Romania Mission Trip scheduled for June 26-July 5 has been canceled.
  • Breakthrough Movie Night for April 5 has been postponed
  • Heartbeat – Kid’s Night of Worship for April 29 had been postponed.
  • Billy Moore Campus Interest Meeting for April 14 has been postponed.
  • Marshall Women’s Spring Luncheon for April 26 has been postponed


We will continue to follow city, state and federal guidelines regarding all health concerns and communications and update this page accordingly.

Ways to Stay Connected at Mobberly

We want to make sure that you can stay up-to-date with everything going on at Mobberly. If you or a family member is ill and needs to stay home, we want to make sure you know the ways you can stay connected with your church family.


There are several ways to stay connected at Mobberly:
• Visit
• View Worship Gatherings online at
• Use Pushpay or other giving options listed at
• Stay connected with our social media accounts at Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
• Subscribe to our email news list.
• Visit to submit prayer requests or pray for others.


If needed, we will use these channels to communicate additional information. If you have questions, please email [email protected].

How You Can Pray

2 Timothy 1:7 says, “For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.” As believers, we have the authority which Christ has given us to pray about the spread of any disease and to pray for healing for those who have the Coronavirus.

  • Praise God for His sovereignty. He is and always will be in control of all things. Pray that we will trust Him to help us navigate this season of uncertainty.
  • Pray for wisdom for governmental leaders, the CDC, researchers, other medical personnel, leaders in churches and other strategic places.
  • Pray for the protection of doctors, nurses, crisis response teams, emergency first responders, researchers and other medical professionals who risk their lives to protect ours.
  • Pray for comfort and healing for those stricken with this virus. Pray they will receive the quality health care they need to regain health and strength. Pray for their healing and for a treatment to cure and eradicate this virus.
  • Pray for peace, calmness, freedom from fear, anxiety and panic among individuals and communities.



Nuestros servicios serán solamente en línea hasta el 5 de abril.

Les amamos y seguiremos orando por el bienestar y seguridad de cada uno de ustedes y sus familias.

¡Dios los bendice!

Si desea información directamente del Centro Para el Control y La Prevención de Enfermedades (CDC), visite: