Coming Home

 

We have resumed our onsite services at 9:00 AM and 10:30 AM.  The building has been cleaned and sanitized for our return; however, there are some important things to keep in mind as you return:

 

  • Please remember to maintain a personal space of 6 feet or more and go immediately to the auditorium upon entering the building.
  • Please wear a cloth mask while you are in the building.  You do not need to keep it on during the service.  
  • We will be using the West entrance (paved parking lot) to enter the building and using the North entrance (across from the restrooms) as an exit to return to parking lot. 
  • Restrooms will be open but use limited to two persons at a time. 
  • Seating in the auditorium will be limited so that we can maintain personal space of six feet; however, families are welcome to sit together.
  • The Coffee Bar will be closed.

 

OUR SUNDAY PROGRAMMING:

 

  • Kids Rock and Unplugged groups that normally meet at 10:30 AM will not be offered at this time.  Kids will remain in service with their families.
  • We are unable to offer nursery or child care at this time.
  • The 10:30 AM service attendance will be limited to families with children/kids so that we can offer programming for our next generation and their parents.
  • The 9:00 AM service will be open to all ages with normal programming.

 

SPACE WILL BE LIMITED:                                                                                                                                  

 

  • To assure that we maintain personal space, seating will be limited.

 

ENJOYING WATCHING ONLINE?

 

  • For those who are more comfortable not attending onsite services OR those of you who have high risk health concerns, we will continue live streaming our services; in fact, on May 17, we will begin a complete overhaul of our online equipment.  Over the coming weeks, you will be able to enjoy a consistently improving online experience.  Should you experience a glitch online as we improve – hang in there because once this transition has happened, it will be well worth it.