Welcome home - june 14!
services at 9:30 and 11:00am
To ensure the safety and health of all who come, we made a few changes to the way we normally operate. These precautions are to help people feel more comfortable. We will meet to worship our God and do our best to protect each other.
Seating is available in the Worship Center and the Multipurpose Room (MPR).
In the Worship Center, we will sit in every other row. As you sit in families in the worship center, we ask you allow three chairs between family groups. If needed, we will have ushers available in the Worship Center to help you find a seat that is the right distance from other family groups. Those rows will change for each service so the chair can only be used once each morning.
The MPR is set up with tables especially designed for families with younger children. The tables and chairs in the MPR will be disinfected for each service.
Our Prayer Room and our Cry Room are available for use. The Cry Room is not a staffed room, but it does have a video feed of the service for you to participate.
There is no Kid’s Ministry offered at this time.
Our greeters will hold the entry doors open and will not make physical contact with people. We will not prohibit handshakes and hugs, but please ask permission.
We encourage people to wear masks in the lobby. We will have some available for those who may need one.
We will not serve coffee at this time, and the drinking fountains will not be open.
We are providing multiple disinfecting stations in touchless dispensers throughout the building.
We will not pass out welcome cards, prayer cards, communion or offering plates.
There is an online welcome card for guests. Prayer requests can be submitted with this form.
There are individually wrapped Communion containers on tables just outside the Worship Center. Please pick one up prior to entering for worship. Offering is collected at these tables as well.
We would like to emphasize that it's okay to still choose to worship from home. If your kids are not up to church without Kid’s Ministry, it okay to stay home. There are some in high risk health categories who should consider staying home. If you are sick or have been exposed to the virus in the past 14 days, please stay home and worship.
Let’s protect each other.