See below for guidelines for in-person worship and let us know if you have any questions. (Revised March 17, 2022)

CDC Guidelines/Masking

We ask everyone in attendance to follow current CDC guidelines. Masks continue to be required in the nursery.


All childcare workers and volunteers will be vaccinated. Adults who want to stay in the childcare area must show proof of vaccination. Anyone aged two years or older must wear a mask. You may use the lounge to change your child if you need to during service.


The doors will open at 10:30am. The worship service will begin promptly at 11:00am, as online worship will continue.


Please check in with the greeter at the entrance. They will provide information on sign ins, bulletins, seating, etc.


Spaces for individuals or family groups are marked on the seats of the pews by colored paper. Please sit in these marked areas, keeping distance from others. If you have a large group, select a pew with only one piece of paper.


We will be observing the “passing of the peace” at the end of the service—save your socializing for after the service, and please be mindful that some people may not yet be comfortable touching or getting close.


Bulletins will be available if necessary, though they are also available online and may be projected.


We will be collecting offerings in person, but you may also continue making your offering by the options listed on the church website or by mailing it to the church.

Contact Tracing

If you develop symptoms or test positive after attending a service, please let us know right away so we can initiate contact tracing.


For everyone’s safety, we ask that you please stay home from worship if you or anyone in your household has been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 10 days, or if anyone is currently experiencing or has experienced COVID-19 symptoms in the past seven (7) days, including fever, trouble breathing, shortness of breath, flu-like symptoms, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, headache, chills, or new muscle pain unrelated to exercise. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, we encourage you to see your doctor and be tested.