COVID-19 Plans 
Effective Sunday, August 9

Church Family, 

We will continue to offer two worship gatherings each Sunday. One will be outdoors at 8:15 a.m. and the other inside the worship center at 10:45 a.m. Beginning Sunday, August 9 Connect Groups for all ages return at 9:30 a.m.  

8:15 a.m. Outdoor Worship Gathering 

  • We meet near the playground and prayer garden. 
  • We will continue to make accommodations for people in their vehicles through the FM radio station.  
  • We hope this service will provide families with young children the chance to move around more freely (please note that the playground will not be open during the service). 
  • The restrooms will remain open for one person/family at a time. 
  • See attached map for more details 

10:45 a.m. Indoor Worship Gathering 

  • We close off every other row, and encourage people to spread out, and limit the indoor service to 100 people. 
  • Anyone is welcomed and encouraged to wear a mask.  
  • We will ask everyone to fellowship before and after the service outside and avoid congregating in the lobby. We dismiss by sections.  
  • We will continue not providing Extended Session or Kids’ Corner.  
  • The restrooms will remain open for one person/family at a time. 
  • We will encourage people to bring their own water instead of using the water fountain.  

9:30 a.m. Connect Groups  

Connect groups resume Sunday, August 9! Chairs are spaced out for social distancing , extra cleaning is in place, temperature checks for volunteers of children and students.

  • We have a connect group for every age from birth to senior adults!
  • Masks are not required but are encouraged.
  • We will not be serving coffee
  • We will encourage people to bring their own water instead of using the water fountain.  

10:45 a.m. Facebook Live Stream

  • The service will be live streamed on Facebook

No matter what worship gathering you decide to join, we encourage everyone to continue practicing social distancing, practice good handwashing techniques, and avoiding handshakes, hugs, fist or elbow bumps. Each member of the pastoral staff will check his temperature prior to coming to church. You are encouraged to do the same.