Join us for one of our 3 Sunday morning worship services!
Come as you are, no RSVP or registration needed!
It doesn’t matter which one you choose, but it matters that you choose
9 AM, we have Front
Porch worship. Bring your own chair and
join us outside the front of the church!
This has been a fun and safe way to worship God together. So, we’re going to keep it up! There’s no need to RSVP for Front Porch
Worship, just come as you are!
11 AM, we have
worship in our sanctuary with additional seating in our social hall (with a
live feed from the sanctuary). There's no need to RSVP, just come as you are!
Here’s what you need to know about our indoor
1. You’ll be met out front by our
hospitality team who will welcome you, get the door for you, and help you find
a seat. They’ll direct us to fill up the
front first, so let them lead the way.
(When we leave, they’ll guide us out from the back pews).
2. We’ll be practicing social distancing.
We’ll be practicing “air hugs” instead of real hugs for a while. You’ll also notice that open seats are marked
for you, so you’ll be able to sit comfortably.
Each seating area can hold between 1-4 people.
3. Our service will be brief, but
joyful! We won’t be singing as a
congregation just yet, but we’ll have wonderful special music.
4. Masks are welcome and highly
encouraged in worship. They are, after
all, a great and easy way to slow the spread! You’re invited to bring your own
mask, but we have a few extras that you can pick up from our hospitality team
if you’d like one once you get here.
If our sanctuary gets full, we’ll open up our social hall for extra
seating. You’ll get a live-feed of
exactly what’s happening in the sanctuary while worshipping safely with people
in the room with you!
Children are welcome! Our nursery
isn’t open yet but keep an eye out!
7. Finally, if you are sick,
have any bad symptoms, or have been exposed to someone who is, please respect
your church family and worship with us safely from home.
You can learn more about how we’re keeping our worshippers safe below.
One way or another, we look forward to seeing you in worship this
Sunday. Until then, remember we love you
and (most importantly) God loves you!