Time and Location

Adult Sunday School at 9:45
Worship service at 11:00

What to Expect

By opening our doors, we’re seeking to create meaningful times of worship and teaching from God’s Word, as well as opportunities to fellowship with one another in a safe way. Things look a little different right now, but we hope that you will still feel welcomed and encouraged while worshiping with us! 

Face Coverings and Social Distancing

We require face masks to be worn at all times while moving about the church building. You will need to wear one upon entering the building and until finding your seat. All seating has been arranged to promote social distancing, with several sections of the building open for viewing.
There are three sections designed specifically to give you options based on your comfort level:
1. The Sanctuary – Masks required while moving around the room and while singing. Masks may be removed only while sitting in a seat.
2. The Commons – Masks are required at all times.
3. The Basement – Masks are optional once sitting in a seat.  


Restrooms are open and available for use. Please leave your face covering on while using the restroom.

Those Who (Should) Stay Home

Though we ideally would love to have everyone with us, anyone who has been sick or experienced symptoms (such as cough, sore throat, headache, fever, chills, body aches, etc.) within the last two weeks should plan to stay at home, along with others from their household. Others may choose not to attend initially as we navigate this unusual crisis, and should not feel condemned for doing so. In order to serve those at home, we are going to live-stream our services at and on YouTube as we have been doing (you do not need to have a Facebook account to view this).

Those With Young Children

We know services right now may be particularly challenging for you! Our church is full of children who usually love to worship, learn, and play together. But in this season, we are asking you to keep your children with you at all times. We will do our best to plan our services in a way that is engaging for them, but we’d also encourage you to plan proactively as well. Maybe you could bring papers and crayons, or you could purposefully sit in an area where you can easily get up and walk around if they get squirmy without distracting other worshipers. We’d encourage you to talk with your children in advance about what will be different (people wearing masks; not being allowed to play with other kids), but also why you are excited to join together again for worship. Each Sunday, we’ll provide supplemental activity ideas for you, which you could use before or after the service at home.

See You Soon!