Indoor Services

Services

9:00 Am (Tradtional) and 11:00 Am (Contemporary) - Indoor Service; Virtual worship experience Available here on our website!

Join us Sunday mornings at 9:00 or 11:00 am to worship the Lord inside our Sanctuary together!

We now have TWO indoor services; one at 9:00 am and one at 11:00 am. Our 9:00 service is traditional and our 11:00 service is contemporary.

We still have additional options for worship for those who are uncomfortable with indoor worship at this time. We will continue to transmit, through your radio at 89.5 FM, both our 9:00 and 11:00 worship services from the back parking lot of the church. We also will have both the 9 am and 11 am services streaming LIVE from our website, and a recording will be posted on our website around 12:30 pm.  

For the order of worship for the Traditional Service, click HERE to print in advance.
For the order of worship for the Contemporary Service, click HERE to print in advance.

If you plan to be in attendance at one of our services this Sunday, please take a minute to print THIS FORM, fill it out, and bring it with you on Sunday. Having this form pre-filled out when you arrive will make traffic flow quicker through the Narthex.

CHILDREN'S CHURCH IS BACK! Following the Young Disciples Moment, children ages 3 years - 5th grade are welcome to go into the narthex to meet for Children's Church.
Children ages 3+ must wear a mask during Children's Church.

Our nursery is now open for infants through age 3.

We will not be offering in-person Sunday School at this time. Most Sunday School classes have been meeting online via Zoom, so check with your Sunday School leader for more information.

We ask that you arrive 15-20 minutes early so that the ushers have time to guide each family unit to their pew.

The services will still require following recommended social distancing guidelines for the safety of our church family. There will be some restrictions and inconveniences, but we will be praising the Lord and sharing our faith together! Listed below are some of the changes to expect at our indoor Sanctuary worship service.
  • Face masks or face coverings will be required. Face masks will be available for those who do not have one.
  • Entry and exit to the sanctuary is ONE-WAY at ALL TIMES.
  • Entry via the narthex
  • Exit through the outside door on the right side of the sanctuary.
  • Entry will only be through the narthex. Ushers will guide congregants for seating; no open seating.
  • Family groups will be allowed to sit together. 6 Foot spacing will be created between family units.
  • Our Sanctuary will only be filled to 50% capacity. Ushers will direct congregants to overflow areas as needed.
  • Ushers will ask each family for their name and best contact information (phone number/email). This information is being collected just in case we come to find out that someone who was present has tested positive for Covid-19. If this happens, we would be able to contact everyone who was present to make them aware (anonymously, of course).
  • Water fountains are not to be used; small water bottles are available if needed.
  • Only the Fellowship Hall restrooms will be open for use and occupancy is limited to the number of stalls.
  • Anyone waiting to use a restroom will need to wait in the Fellowship hall and maintain 6 feet of spacing.
  • Fire doors are closed and are to remain closed. There will be no access to hallways.
  • All ushers will be wearing a mask and gloves.
  • The ushers will open and close doors as needed.
  • Exiting the sanctuary after service will be by pew (one pew at a time) to the outside door to the Fellowship Hall.
  • The Fellowship Hall door will be open to allow for contact-free passage to exit from the Fellowship Hall main doors.
  • Collection baskets will be located to the right and left of the door.
  • A trash can will be located outside the door for the collection of empty water bottles and used communion kits.
We are looking forward to all God has planned for us as we continue to be the church, sharing our faith with each other and the world in these challenging times.

I rejoiced with those who said to me, "Let us go to the house of the LORD." -Psalm 122:1