Image

We Have Reopened In-Person Gatherings

Sunday mornings at 10am

Now that we've been opened for a couple of months we want to invite you to join us for in-person gatherings.

Keeping You Safe

We have been monitoring guidelines and best practices for gathering in a safe way. We're committed to creating an environment that meets government recommendations for your safety.

To make that possible, our Sunday morning gathering has been redesigned to create a mostly touchless environment that allows for physical distancing. This includes significantly reduced seating capacity.

What We’re Doing:

We've made the  gathering a mostly touchless experiences, and all high-volume areas will be thoroughly sanitized between gatherings. We've spaced the rows of chairs and reduced the number of each row to seat 4, the auditorium seating is below 50% of our capacity.

The Communion emblems are located on each row in covered boxes for your safety.

There are paper Bulletins on each row or you can use our Digital Bulletin for a touchless option.

We have reopened our Kid's Ministry class on Sunday mornings, parents can also find the lesson for each Sunday in the Parent Resources section in the Digital Bulletin for a Bible story to read, a teaching video, and some questions to ask.

How You Can Help:

-Make sure to follow us  social media for specific updates and information.
-Masks are encouraged but not required.
-Please wash your hands and use hand sanitizer often.
-Maintain a distance of six feet between yourself and other guests.
-If you don't feel well or have health concerns, please stay home and join us Online during the 10am gathering, you can participate in the gathering on the website, or on Facebook, or YouTube.

Join Us Online

For those not ready to come back to in-person gatherings, we encourage you to really engage with us online.

Watch the gatherings with us at 10am (On the website, or on Facebook, or YouTube).

Fill out a Connect Card to let us know you are with us and how we can pray for you.

Check out our social media posts on Facebook and Instagram, these posts are extensions of the sermon from Sunday to help you dig deeper.

Families with young children at home can use the Parent Resources in the Digital Bulletin.