In person worship begins june 7

Phase 2 of reopening consists of our worship service ONLY at 10:00 AM beginning June 7. 

Online services will continue to be available. 

Families with children are welcome to join in family style worship together. 

There will be no childcare, children's ministry, or in-person adult groups until Phase 3. 

What to expect

We are extremely excited to be worshiping together in person again! 


In order to make the environment of worship safe and inviting, we are adding the following measures:

  • Entrances: Parking Lot Greeters will guide you to enter at our main entrance and elevator entrance.
  • Hand sanitizer stations are located throughout the building.
  • Everyone will be encouraged to wear a mask for the safety of others.
  • Getting seated: Guides will help you find an open seat for you and your family. Pew areas will be marked for available seating. Spacing in seating is adjusted for safety. 
  • Common Ground (coffee & breakfast) will not be open or available.
  • Restrooms will be available on the main floor.
  • The welcome time will be adjusted during worship services and we suggest that handshaking not be done as we welcome each other.
  • Offering time during worship services will be adjusted and there will be a drop-off giving station available in the lobby.
  • Additionally, giving online is by far the easiest and safest way to give each Sunday and during the week. Tap or click here to give online anytime.
  • Please be aware children will be attending worship with their families. We encourage parents to provide appropriate items to help children to enjoy worship together.
  • Exiting: Guides will help dismiss you by sections in order for us all to exit in a timely and safe manner.
  • Cleaning and sanitizing of pews, chairs, bathrooms, and surfaces across campus will occur each week.
  • Physical worship guides will not be available.


OTHER INFORMATION

WHAT YOU CAN DO

  • Use wisdom and stay home if you are sick. Don't attend worship or other church activities until symptom-free and fever-free for at least 24 hours.
  • If you have high-risk health conditions, use personal discretion in attending worship gatherings in-person. Participating online is an available alternative option.

HOW YOU CAN PRAY

  • Pray for those affected by this virus. Pray that they would soon be healed.
  • Pray for a cure. Many are working around the clock to find a cure. Pray for these efforts. 
  • Pray for everyone impacted by the chaos and the uncertainty that is resulting from this virus.
  • Pray that much would be made of Jesus in these days… and pray that the world would look to Him ‘in times of trouble’ and discover the hope we have in Him and through Him.

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Follow the updated Phased Reopening Plan.