COVID-19 UPDATE: The Building is Open
Those who choose to attend in-person worship should be prepared to wear a mask while entering and exiting the building. Once you are at your seat, you may remove your mask. The service includes two hymns, several prayers and liturgies, and a sermon.
If you aren’t comfortable worshipping in person, or you are unwilling or unable to wear a mask, we invite you to worship online at our Facebook page or Youtube Channel where you can participate by commenting.
For those who want to create extra space around themselves, we are providing “reserved for social distance” signs. You are welcome to take as many as you need to build your bubble.
Two “safety suites” are available at balcony level for families/groups who need to stay entirely separate from other worshippers. Masks are required in these suites as well.
Coffee and snacks will be served in the fellowship hall downstairs. You are welcome to remove your mask in this area while eating and drinking.
On the first Sunday of each month, we celebrate Communion during the worship service. Communion elements (regular or gluten-free bread, wine or juice) will be distributed before the worship service begins. When invited, you may remove your masks to partake of the elements and then immediately replace your masks.
Children who are not old enough for kindergarten may be cared for in our nursery by one of our trained and vetted teachers. Masks are not required for small children, although teachers do wear them. Small children are also welcome to remain with their families during the service. We appreciate that they will not always be quiet! We offer an open area with couches and comfy chairs at the back of the sanctuary where children can move around.
Children in grades K through 5 are invited to participate in Sunday School during the sermon, where they will be cared for by one of our trained and vetted teachers. Masks are worn throughout Sunday School.
Thank you for your grace and patience as we continue to navigate the changing landscape together. We welcome your questions and feedback.