Reopening Our Doors for Worship

Many times in history, Christians had to get really creative about meeting for worship because of persecution. Imagine being followed by Romans soldiers to church! Now, the threat of COVID-19 is forcing us to get creative!

This Sunday, we’re opening the sanctuary doors for real time worship, with real people, safely gathered together. Thanks to the passion and innovation of dedicated church members we will also provide livestream and audio versions. For those wishing to participate remotely.

Gathering in person may not appeal to everyone. So, please participate in the way that is most comfortable for you. If you come this Sunday for the 10:45 worship time, familiar masked faces will welcome you back. Your health and safety continue to be a top priority, and we’ve spent countless hours preparing the building for your return.
Prepare for your worship experience by bringing a mask and arriving at least 15 minutes early. In advance check your own health using the symptom sheet below. Volunteers will be there every step of the way to keep you safe and ensure that everything goes smoothly. Practice kindness and patience, and enjoy being served by one another.
We trust in God, and use good sense as we value being together to worship and care for one another. May God encourage each of us, as we maintain our hope in a dark time, and join in worship together in real time and remotely. At least we are not being followed by soldiers.
Visit our COVID-19 Resource Center for more information.