What to Expect
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You Will Be Welcomed
Whether we are worshipping outside or on FaceBook Live, you can expect a warm greeting and expressions of extraordinary hospitality. Depending on where we are worshipping, your family can gather alone in your home or in lawn chairs in our garden. During in-person worship, we practice safe distancing and we all wear masks.
We are patiently awaiting the time when we can safely return to in-person services in the Sanctuary. Beginning with our 10 a.m. Easter Sunday service we will be holding or services and events outdoors and socially distanced. We look forward and pray for the days when we can return to our traditional worship practices.
Our Communion table is open to all Christians who wish to know the presence of Christ and to share in the community of God’s people. Once a month, typically on the first Sunday of the month, we share a simple meal served in the pews. The broken bread and the poured wine symbolize the crucified and risen Christ. We share gluten-free bread and grape juice. During our web-streamed Communion services, we encourage you to prepare your own Communion elements in your home and share in the sacrament virtually.
Once COVID restrictions are lifted, we will again offer a nursery with caring volunteers for those needing child care. Infants and children are always welcome to remain in the Sanctuary during the service.
Come as you are.