Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there are restrictions in place for worship services.

While we would love to welcome each and every one of you into the sanctuary for worship, we realize that there are certain risk factors involved with gathering in person.

Congregants, church members and guests are encouraged to worship with us virtually via our livestream as a safe alternative to meeting in person. You may access the livestream by clicking here.

If you feel the need to attend worship services in person is greater than the risks involved, the sanctuary is open for those wishing to attend.

Guidelines include:

  • The East and West Narthex doors will open 10 minutes before worship starts at 11am. Once the service starts, the doors will be closed and locked for the safety and security of church staff and congregants. You may ring the doorbell for assistance if you arrive after the 10 minute window, and a designated member of our Security Team will assist you.

  • You are encouraged to wear a mask when attending worship services. However, it is not required. We will provide disposable masks for those who would like them, or you may bring your own.

  • Hand sanitizer is provided at both entrances to use at your disposal.

  • The Fellowship Hall is open upon request for at-risk worship service attendees. The livestream will be playing over the TV and audio system. If you arrive and the Fellowship Hall is not open, please ask one of our ushers, elders or church staff and they will assist you accordingly.

  • Seating in the sanctuary is limited. Pew cushions have been removed in certain areas to maintain social distancing. We recommend one household family per pew.

  • Worship services have been abbreviated to shorten the potential exposure to COVID-19.

  • You may give your tithe's and offerings online, or you may leave them in the basket at the end of the worship service. 

While we hope to be able to welcome everyone in person soon, we have to remain cautious to prevent the spread of COVID-19 to our church members and community.