Everyone 3 years and older will be required to wear a face covering which must cover your nose and mouth at all times while in the building, even while singing. While we know this isn’t anyone’s preference, we want to show love to our neighbors by being as safe as possible. We will have extra face coverings available in the welcome center if you leave home without yours.
Chairs will be set up for proper social distancing and only families living in the same household will be allowed to sit together. After worship has concluded, dismissal will occur in stages to maintain social distance.
Pews in the sanctuary will be designated for social distancing in that space.
Restrooms + Water Fountains
We’ll monitor restrooms, making sure they stay under capacity. You are encouraged to use them in emergency situations. Water fountains will not be used at this time.
Children’s Worship in the FLC
For Ages 3 years– 3rd Grade, please register when you register for worship. (Same form) Leaders and kids will wear face coverings, physically distanced . Our worship time will include praise music, bible exploration, and application activities. Kids will be dismissed to parents from the Family Life Center after the service.
Children’s Worship Kits
Individual family boxes have been prepared for you, containing pencils, crayons, paper, fidget busters (silent) and worship prompts for each week. Your family supplies will NOT be shared by any other family group. We invite you to put your family name on a nametag provided and stick it on the outside of your box. These boxes will remain at the church for the next worship service. Children will not come forward for a childrens sermon but will remain in their seats with parents. Sunday Clubs will remain online.
Nursery & children’s worship will not be provided
We encourage you to worship as a family. Pastor Ray anticipates that this service will last approximately 45 minutes.
We will have special music provided by individuals or small groups. Those who are present will be encouraged to sing quietly or hum during the hymns.