What to expect.


We have put policies in place to promote an atmosphere that allows for corporate worship while reducing the risk of spreading transmissible diseases. The following proceedures have been established by our leadership team.

  • All guests will be greeted at the door and screened for risk factors and symptoms. They will be asked a few simple questions and have their temperature taken. Guests may refuse to answer the health screening questions. All guests must have a temperature of no more than 99.9 degrees Fahrenheit. No records will be kept from health screenings. Attendance records will be maintained to enable contact tracing if needed.
  • All guests will be asked to wear face masks anytime they are moving around in the building.
  • Guests will be escorted to their seats in the sanctuary.
  • The sanctuary will be split into two sections. In one section, face masks will be mandatory. In the other section, face masks will be optional.
  • When the service is over, guests will be released one row at a time.
  • Please refrain from physical contact with people outside of your family.
  • All areas of the church building outside of the sanctuary and the bathrooms will be off limits.


We hope to resume Sunday school and Children's Church in September. Until then, please follow the following guidelines.

  • In June and July, children 5th grade and older are welcome to attend with their family. We have made this decision due to the requirement to maintain social distancing.
  • In August, all children will be welcome to attend with their families. Please bring a few small quiet toys to keep your young children occupied during the service.
  • Children need to be in the presence of their adults at all times, including using the bathroom.
  • The Cool Down room will be available for those who need it.