We belong together.
There are lots of opportunities to connect in person.
From events to all kinds of groups, there is no shortage of ways for you to become more connected than ever. Of course, if you don't quite feel comfortable being around lots of people just yet, we get that and online opportunities aren't going anywhere.
RSVP no longer required for Sunday services.
Posted September 3, 2020 at 2:00 PM
We are excited to welcome back the next generation to in-person worship gatherings beginning Sunday, Sept 13. Ages birth through 6th will have environments at both 9 and 11a service times. For now, junior high and high school will continue to gather on Sunday evenings at 630p with junior high moving back to Sunday morning in a few weeks.
We also are introducing two new service times for Sunday mornings, 9 and 11a. This new service lineup will allow our volunteers teams time to reset all the environments for cleaning and crowd management.
Our values from the beginning of this public health crisis have been safety and unity, and because of that, all in-person gatherings on campus will follow these guidelines and precautions:
- Staff, volunteers, and guests must wear masks at all times while on campus.
- Social distancing will be observed in the Worship Center.
- Sunday morning worship will be limited to 2 in-person services (9a & 11a) with limited capacity.
- If you are experiencing symptoms or you are vulnerable to becoming sick, we ask that you join us online from home.
Thank you for your feedback, support, and patience as we continue to navigate this season. In all things, we are trying to tell a story to our community that points them to Jesus the source of healing, unity, and certainty during these uncertain times.
FAQs & Timeline
Everything we are hearing from medical experts, officials, and researchers tells us that the best way to protect ourselves and others and to stop the spread of coronavirus is to wear a mask. Because of this, we are requiring everyone who attends one of our in person gatherings to wear a mask.
That is impossible to say, but at this time we are going to continue to follow the guidelines of the CDC and local authorities. As our approach changes, we will update the church during our services and digitally on all of our platforms.
While we are doing everything we can to follow guidelines to keep everyone safe, we can not guarantee that you will not be exposed. If you are immunocompromised or have another condition that makes you vulnerable, we are recommend you continue to watch online.
Additionally, if you have a condition that prevents you from wearing a mask, we recommend that you watch online.
June 21 - August 2
Online services only at our regular service times. (9/1030/1159a)
In-person gatherings will resume with social distancing, mask requirements, and limited capacity at 9a. This date is subject to change pending the status of the public health crisis.
NextGen in-person environments open and two NEW service times 9 & 11a.