Return to In-Person Worship Services

We have returned to in-person services, with one service at 10:30am.  

As we gather together, there will be some changes to how we worship for the time being to help us all stay healthy, and able to be together.  

  • First and foremost, if you are sick, have been around someone who is sick, or are concerned that you have been exposed to someone with the Coronavirus, we ask that you stay home at this time.  We will be streaming the services every week.  
  • We are requiring that all individuals who come to church ages 2 and over wear a mask at all times in the building, and practice social distancing.  This is in line with CDC guidelines for churches that are reopening.  Please plan on bringing your own mask, but we will have some masks on-hand if you don’t have any or forget yours.  
  • If you are uncomfortable with wearing a mask or have a pre-existing health condition that prevents you from wearing a mask, we ask that you please stay home at this time and watch the streaming service. Having a mask on at all times is a requirement in joining us for worship.
  • Our worship service will be in the fellowship hall, with chairs spaced six feet apart.  We will have sections of chairs put together for families.  
  • We will have a one way in and out system to help the flow of traffic.  When you come to church, please enter though the sanctuary doors and come to the fellowship hall.  When the service is over, everyone will leave out the fellowship hall doors into the gated parking lot.
  • Doors will open at 10:15 to come into church.  After church is over, we ask that you leave immediately for fellowship and prayer outside the building in the open air. 
  • For the time being, there will be no nursery or kids church. Kids will stay with you during the service.  If you have a fussy child, or need to change a diaper, the nursery is available for you.
  • Every item that is touched will be cleaned thoroughly throughout the week.  Ample hand sanitizer will be throughout the fellowship hall, and when you come into the building. 
  • We will still do communion and offering, but it will be contactless. If you don’t feel comfortable taking communion, feel free to sit out that portion. 
  • For the time being, we are going to ask that there be no congregational singing.  This is to minimize spread of germs through the air.  During the worship time, we encourage you to reflect, clap, or practice other signs of worship.