We are offering two traditional worship times, 8:30 am & 11 am and a 9:30 am service with Contemporary music.
We know many are not ready to return to in-person worship for a variety of reasons and we want to affirm that decision. Your comfort and health matter and we want you to feel good about continuing to worship online. (Our online services will continue to be available with the same quality, format and variety each weekend.)
Traditional services will be held in the Sanctuary while the contemporary service will be held in the Multi-Purpose Room (MPR). Due to space limitations as we follow social-distancing guidelines, we can only provide seating for up to 50 people per service in the Sanctuary and up to 100 people per service in the MPR. This will require us to use an online registration process that you can access in the links provided on this page. Of the many guidelines that we will be following, these are most important for you to know ahead of time:
We are choosing to be cautious and asking everyone to wear masks (we can provide one as you arrive) when entering/exiting the building and during the entire worship service.
Face shields can only be worn by someone who medically cannot wear a face mask.
We are providing a variety of seating options for individuals, couples, and families to practice proper social-distancing.
For traditional services, please enter through the main entrance. For the contemporary service, please use the Multi-Purpose Room entrance on the eastern side of campus.
Our services will be briefer to allow time for cleaning in between services, include less singing than normal, and be touchless (no greeting time, passing of offering plates, etc.). GRACE Place will be offered during the 11 am worship service but is limited to 15 children. Please visit our Children's Ministry page for further information.
Please do not attend our on-site worship services if you are experiencing any symptoms such as fever, persistent cough, or runny nose.
If you have any questions you can reach our staff by calling the main office (242-1923) and leaving a message or emailing us directly.