Corona Virus Response

We are back to two worship services, in-person & online, at 9 & 10:30 a.m.

If you’re still concerned about your health, safety, or have a compromised system, please remain home and view one of the services online which will be streaming at the same time as our onsite services.  

To make this transition as smooth and safe as possible, we will be instituting some changes.  Some of which include…  

COMMUNION:  We will be having communion at stations.  Depending on where you choose to sit in the auditorium, at the appropriate time, you (or a family representative) can get up and go to the station nearest you.  Remember to keep your social distance.  Once you get to a station, take the double cups (the bread is in the bottom cup) back to your seat.  Once you’ve taken the emblems, simply put both cups in the cupholder behind your seat.  

OFFERING:  Offering plates are placed at communion stations.  We will also have an offering box stationed at the back of the auditorium.  You can give your gifts when getting your communion or place your gift in the box upon arriving or leaving the auditorium.  

BULLETINS: We will not have weekly bulletins.

SOCIAL DISTANCING:  Continue to be smart.  Minimize contact.  Stay a distance apart from each other.  Greeters will open the doors for you so you don’t have to touch the door handles.

ATRIUM CAFE:  The cafe will not be serving snacks or coffee.

MASKS:  If you desire to wear a mask, feel free, but it’s not mandatory.

FEWER SEATS:  We’ve removed 80 seats from the auditorium to allow for more distance between attendees and have 6+ feet between rows.

CHILDREN’S CLASSES: All children’s classes, nursery to fifth grade, will continue to be suspended until July.

Thank you for continuing your gifts through online giving or mailing them to the church!

Worship Services will be available online.

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