A contemporary worship service with the Scriptures and message along with contemporary Christian music beginning at 10:30am and will be held in the Family Center.
Due to capacity restrictions we are asking each family to sign up for the worship service you plan to attend.
Here are a few things to know when coming to worship:
If you are feeling sick, have a fever or have been recently exposed to someone who is sick, please stay home and make use of the online resources.
We strongly encourage you to wear a mask. This is for the safety of everyone. We will be in an enclosed space for a long period of time and this puts everyone at a higher risk. The mask does help to minimize that risk. Please bring your own mask but if you do not have one or forget, masks will be available at the door.
Hand sanitizer will be available. Please use it and wash hands to prevent the spread of disease.
Practice social distancing. You will be asked to keep at least 6 feet away from anyone who is not a member of your household. Please refrain from hugs and handshakes at least for now. You will be sitting in every other pew and do not sit in a pew unless you can have social distance from others already in that pew.
Please don’t arrive any sooner than 15 minutes before the start of your worship time. We will be disinfecting pews, bathrooms and other high touch areas between the services and need enough time to do so.
Please enter and exit only through the main doors of the church.
There will be no time of greeting and on passing the offering plate. Also no bulletins or announcements to pick up at this time.
When you arrive you will be asked to “check-in”. This information is for our private record keeping. But we are required to keep this information so that in the case of a positive test result from a member of our congregation, we can contact everyone who may have been in contact with that individual.
Please review the available slots below and click on the button to sign up. Please include the names of family members coming with you in the comments. Thank you!