What To Expect
As a church family, we all long for fellowship, worship, and love that comes from being in a church family. As we move forward, we want to make wise choices that help us to remain safe and healthy both physically and spiritually. Below are some details that will describe how we will be handling our gatherings differently.
As for right now, the only in-person services are Sunday Small Groups (adults and youth only) 9:30-10:30 AM and Sunday morning worship 10:45 AM -12:00 PM
First Kids (Nursery-5th grade) are not currently meeting. An update can be found here:
Masks - Masks will be provided by the church, and people are encouraged to wear them or bring their own. Masks are not required for everyone who attends the service. Please be mindful of others who think differently concerning masks
Pews - Every other pew has been marked off with tape to help assist in creating distance between individuals. We ask that you only share pews with people in your home. Please practice social distancing as much as is possible.
Sanitizer - The church will be providing sanitizer at the entrances to the sanctuary and the welcome center.
Physical Contact - We encourage that people don't shake hands or hug in an effort to social distance.
Welcome Center - While the bathrooms and welcome center are open for conversation and fellowship, snacks and drinks will not be provided at this time.