“Oh Lord, open my lips, and my mouth will declare your praise” –Psalm 51:15

Gathering together for worship is a foundational aspect of who we are. Whoever you are, and wherever
you are on your faith journey,
we invite you to join us!

Our hope is to provide varied opportunities that will enable everyone to participate in one way or another. For many, the most faithful and responsible approach is to continue to worship at home. For others, however, it may be to gather in careful, measured ways. To read our most up to date guidelines and policies for COVID-19 click here.

·    Online: We worship together online via livestream at 10am. Join us!

·      Onsite (Morning): We will gather at 10 am in the Sanctuary. We have a section specifically for people who prefer to stay masked and physically distanced and a section for those who are more comfortable sitting more closely together.

·      Onsite (Evening): We will gather at 5 pm on the front patio. Bring your own lawn chair if you are able! In case of inclement weather, we’ll move into Fellowship Hall.

Communion is celebrated the first Sunday of each month at our 10am & 5pm onsite services. If you would like communion brought to you at home, email Pastor Josh.

Worship Guidelines

For our Onsite Services:

The following will go into effect Sunday, May 23rd:

  • Please follow CDC masking guidelines. If you are not fully vaccinated then we ask that you remain masked while in the building. (NOTE: The CDC considers “fully vaccinated” to mean two weeks removed from either a single-dose vaccine or the second shot of a two-dose vaccine)
  • For those who prefer to remain masked and distanced regardless of vaccination status, we will reserve a designated area of pews in the sanctuary during worship. (Look for signs on the two large sections on the west side of the sanctuary)

In addition:

  • Extra seating will be opened up, allowing people to spread out more
  • We will no longer require an attendance check-in
  • Main hallway bathrooms may have more than one person at a time
  • Congregational singing will remain at the end of the service, allowing those who are not comfortable with that element to step out early. 
  • For onsite, indoor children and youth ministries, staff and volunteers working directly with children will be masked while with the children. 

[The full list of facilities guidelines, including midweek building use, can be found here]

Because we have vulnerable population groups (including children under the age of 12 who cannot yet be vaccinated), we are depending upon each person to act with integrity when it comes to adhering to the policies.

“Adoration is the spontaneous yearning of the heart to worship, honor, magnify, and bless God. We ask nothing but to cherish him. We seek nothing but his exaltation. We focus on nothing but his goodness.”

                                                                                                                                               — Richard J. Foster