Learn everything you need to know about our current programs and guidelines here.
In-person worship services and many Sunday morning Life Groups are back.
Wednesday night programs have not started back at this time.


8:30 am // Traditional Service
11:00 am // Modern Service

Next Generations Life Groups Are Back
Kids Jr., Kids, and Student Life Groups are back! They meet Sundays at 9:45 am.
Not Ready to Attend?

If you’re not ready to attend in person, modern and traditional services will be available online for on-demand viewing. We will email out these links on Sunday morning. Click here to sign up for email updates.

As always, a traditional service will be available on TV (CNS Channel 16, Mediacom Channel 96) at 9:00 and 11:00 am on Sunday morning.

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If you are planning on attending one of our services, please read our guidelines below.

Guidelines for Attending an In-Person Service

• You are strongly encouraged to wear a face mask or covering as you enter and exit the building, as well as during services and Life Groups.

• On the ground floor and the lower side levels of the balcony, only every other row is available for seating. Please maintain at least 3 seats—or 6 feet—between you and any other household. In the balcony, all rows are open, but please use a staggered seating pattern and maintain the 3 seat rule. 

• Maintain social distancing while in the church building.

• The nursery is available for children in kindergarten and younger during the 8:30 am service, and for children 2 and under in the 11:00 am service. During the 11:00 am service, we also have JR. Worship available for age 3 through kindergarten and Kids Worship available for 1st-2nd graders.

• If you arrive at the 8:30 am service and it is full, please proceed to the Chapel for overflow seating. For the 11:00 am service, overflow seating is in the Fellowship Hall.

How We’re Keeping You Safe

• Spaces will be thoroughly cleaned after every use.

• All those in attendance will be encouraged tomaintain social distancing and wear face masks.

• Giving can be done via donation boxes in the foyer, online, by text, or by mail. We will not be passing the offering plates.

• Attendees should only sit with their own household, and groups will be seated apart by at least six feet. 

Should You Attend an In-Person Service?

Have you have been diagnosed with COVID-19 or have any symptoms associated with COVID-19 (fever, cough, shortness of breath, etc.)?

Are you at a higher risk and need to take extra precautions? Check the CDC website to see if you fall into any high-risk categories.

Are you unwilling to comply with the precautions the church is following to keep everyone safe?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, please continue to worship remotely.

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Watch Remotely

If you are unable to attend in person, we’ll have both modern and traditional services available online. Currently, you can watch these services on-demand (but not in a live service format like previous weeks). We’ll send the links out to our email list and share them on social media on Sunday morning. You can also watch our traditional service on TV (CNS Channel 16, Mediacom Channel 96) at 9:00 or 11:00 am on Sundays.