Weekly In-person worship: Sunday 10am

For information regarding virtual worship, education,
fellowship opportunities, and COVID-19 updates, click here.

In-person worship services are being held in the church beginning Sunday, August 1. Below are recommendations guided by the CDC.

Currently we are celebrating a single service at 10:00 a.m. in the nave each Sunday morning.  This service is livestreamed each week starting September 5, 2021.

If you are feeling ill, please stay home.

Those who otherwise intend to worship in-person need to enter by the front main door, arriving no more than fifteen minutes prior to the start of the service. Ushers will seat you, front to back, spacing people out throughout the nave so as to maintain a safe distance between households.

A bulletin will contain all you need in order to participate. Communion will be served continuously using individual glasses. Especially out of concern for those who are unvaccinated, there will be no congregational singing for now. Additionally, we request anyone who is not vaccinated against COVID-19 to wear a mask. And, in keeping with recent statements by the CDC, we encourage those who are vaccinated to also wear a mask when at worship.

Worshippers will be dismissed by row at the end of the service, and are asked to leave the building at that point.

Thank you for your flexibility and cooperation! View Pastor Russell's Introduction to Resuming Indoor Worship: Click Here  and Pastor Wilson and Cantor Chris's Nitty Gritty Guide on What to Expect As We Come Back Indoors: Click Here. Both videos will walk you through the experience of worship in our building.