WORSHIP & COVID-19
Our Response to the Pandemic
We ask all who worship with us to be conscious of others and take inventory of your own personal health. If you are ill, experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, or have tested positive for COVID-19 we politely ask that you not attend worship services to prevent the spread of infection.
To keep the worship experience safe for our congregation, safety measures have been put in place for each service. Hand sanitizer and masks are available upon entry to our facilities and we ask that all in attendance please maintain 6 feet of distance when seated within the sanctuary. The seating area is sanitized between each service and we ask that guests enter and exit through the proper doorways to avoid congestion.
Not everyone is comfortable attending regular worship services during this frightening time. To ensure that everyone is included, we record both our contemporary and traditional services so that those who are unable to attend can still worship along with us. You can livestream these services on Facebook, access them here on our website, or visit us on our YouTube page.
We are all made differently and we all think differently. These are beautiful attributes gifted to us by the heavenly Father. However, during times of stress our differences can cause us to argue and disagree. While some may be fearful and others may be fearless, we are all God’s creation. We ask that everyone be respectful of each other’s views on COVID-19 and remember that we are called by God to treat our neighbors as we would like to be treated.