Even though we are starting to meet in person every week, we respect and understand that not everyone is ready for that. We will continue to Livestream everything we do on Facebook and Instagram, as well as make videos of our gathering available on our Youtube channel. Please join us online if you are unable or aren’t ready to join us in person.


Masks or face covering must be worn by everyone for the entire service. If you do not have a mask, we have ones to give you.
Temperatures will be taken at the door. If you have a high fever, we will ask you to not enter the building out of respect for the other parishioners.
Social Distancing will be practiced (6 feet) in seating and throughout the building.
Hand Sanitizer will be available.
Ventilation will be increased with windows open. If the weather is too hot, we will utilize a ceiling exhaust fan.
Children will stay with their parents in the service. There will still be chairs in the back of the auditorium. No toys will be provided.
Communion will be served in pre-packaged cups and servers will wear gloves.
Offering will be collected in a container on a table. We encourage everyone to give online if they are able.
Responses to sermons will be from our seats. We will not have people gathering at the front of the auditorium for prayer. If you would like individual prayer, please see a pastor after the service.
Greeting Others - Please be respectful and recognize that it will take time to get used to handshakes and hugs again. Each person reserves the right to choose how and when they will be comfortable with physical expressions of greeting.


We encourage everyone to take steps to protect themselves and others from the Coronavirus, flu, and other illnesses. These include:
- Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
- Use hand sanitizer when soap and water is not available
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick
- Stay home if you are sick, have a fever, have trouble breathing, been in recent contact with anyone who is sick
- Cover your cough or sneeze

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