Updated Health Guidelines
Our guidelines have been modified from time to time. This has been based on changing levels of the virus in our local and state areas, different risks of transmission, and most importantly, the availability and distribution of safe and effective vaccines. In light of current science and genuine prayer we are now putting in place the following guidelines that we believe will benefit us all in enjoying corporate worship and at the same time keeping us safe:
We will no longer do temperature checks. Since the first week of taking temperatures, we have had one positive out of 10’s of thousands over the past year.If you have a fever, we are asking you not to come to in-person services.
Masks are optional if you are fully vaccinated. Removing masks for some who have been vaccinated may be a process, so feel free to make your choice.
If you have been fully vaccinated you can sit anywhere without observing the 6 feet distancing guideline.
Those who have not been vaccinated should wear a mask for their own safety.
Those who have not been vaccinated should sit at the 6 feet distancing recommendation, again for their own safety.
Children 2-12 should wear a mask. We are anticipating an approved vaccine for these children to be announced in the near future.
The wellness survey is no longer mandatory, but I am asking you to fill out a vaccination survey that will ask your vaccination status. This is to allow us to chart the progress of our congregation's vaccination status.
What Is The Service Like?
Expect anointed music, powerful prayer and a dynamic Word from the Lord each week!
What Will My Children Do?
During this season, we will not have in-person Youth programming.
Where Can I Park?
We presently have over 800 parking spaces in our secure church lots, along with ample free street parking. You will see parking attendants as you approach
Is There A Dress Code?
We do not have a dress code, but we do ask that you come appropriately for worship. This means wearing nothing that may distract your brothers and sisters from focusing on Christ.