Covid-19 Related FAQ’s
Will the worship service be in the sanctuary or on the patio?
We will have seating available both in the sanctuary and on the patio. If you choose to sit on the patio, bring a jacket if it’s cold outside.
Will masks be required?
No. Masking is encouraged, but not required during worship and while on the church campus.
Do I need to be vaccinated to attend?
No, the church will not inquire about vaccination status.
Will hand sanitizers be available?
Yes, we will have hand sanitizer at the entrance gate and in the narthex.
Will there be music?
We will have music from the worship band and the choir.
Will there be a coffee hour?
Yes, we host a coffee/social hour following the service on the patio. We hope you can join us!
Will there be Children’s and Youth programs?
Yes, and you can learn more here.
Is the church properly ventilated?
Yes, we have installed MERV 13 filters in the sanctuary and in the administration building and the doors will remain open for airflow.
Will the worship service still be available online?
Yes! We have installed a camera system in the sanctuary and will be live-streaming each service. You can view our live services here.
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