Indoor Services

Indoor Services

 9 am : Masks will not be mandated in this service, but you are more than welcome to use them.

11 am: We are asking all worshipers to use masks throughout the time you are in the sanctuary.

We recognize that health concerns may prevent some from wearing a mask through the entirety of the service, and we anticipate the second service being smaller, so there will also be increased space for distancing in this gathering.  If you are coming for the second service and don't feel comfortable entering through the main entrance, where first service attendees may be fellowshipping in the community room, we encourage you to park on the side of the building and enter through the Sunday School wing which will allow you a more direct, contactless, entry point.


A couple things to keep in mind.

-  We want to be neighborly.  We want to respect the needs of others through this time.  As leadership we are inviting you to join us in engaging others with humility, patience, grace, and flexibility.

-  For those attending first service, we ask that you do not linger in the sanctuary after the service; instead move immediately into the community room or parking lot, allowing the sanctuary to sit empty for the greatest amount of time and creating a side entrance with minimum exposure to others for those who desire that option.

- We will continue to provide the YouTube broadcast for those not ready to return to worship in person in the building.

-  If you would desire, we have KN95 masks available upon request.

- If you are feeling any symptoms at all, please stay home.  This message cannot be overemphasized.  Do not endanger the most vulnerable brothers and sisters among us by attending service in ill health.

Most importantly, our prayer is that this be a time of unity and not division.  As we gather to glorify and worship our Lord and King, may that which Jesus wished to be the defining mark of his followers in John 13 be said of us: that we have love for one another.