Worship service

Join us for service on Sunday mornings in the Worship Center at 9am or 11am. While we're making some adjustments for Covid (see below), we're delighted to continue to worship together. Read below about the modifications we're making to be reasonably safe and abide by local ordinances. 

If you can't join us in person, we'd be so glad to have you worship with us via live stream at 9am (replay of the service is available as soon as the livestream ends). Find all our digital resources here.

Nursery is available at the 11am service.

indoor service details

    The following changes have been made to keep everyone as reasonably safe as possible.

  • Smaller services (250 people) at 9am and 11am with socially distant seating arrangements
  • Arrive early since seating will take a little longer (we recommend 15-20 minutes early)
  • Wear a mask (for those 10 and over), bringing your own is helpful, but we’ll have some on hand for you
  • Enter through the front door
  • Nursery is offered at the 11am service


  • Hand sanitizer is available throughout the lobby
  • Children’s Church and Sunday School classes will not meet
  • The Worship Center Lobby, coffee bar, and water fountains will be closed. You are welcome to bring your own water.
  • The restrooms are open, but only two people can use them at a time to allow for social distancing
  • Wash your hands and be careful about what you touch


*if any of the following are true for you, please stay home & worship with us via live stream* WATCH LIVE STREAM

  • If you, or anyone in your household, is sick or has recently been sick, even if it has been mild
  • If you have had close contact in the past 14 days with a person with known or suspected COVID-19
  • If you have a chronic medical condition that puts you at high risk for severe illness from COVID-19
  • If you are 65 years or older, your risk is significant and you should seriously consider whether to attend.


Why are we being required to wear masks?

  Wearing a mask is a way to love and protect our neighbor - our brothers and sisters - from this pandemic. Several factors support this position. First, the primary way the virus is transmitted appears to be through the air and this transmission can occur despite social distancing if people are in a confined space for a length of time. (For example, a worship service, especially if there is singing.) A mask will significantly diminish this sort of spread.

  Also, it appears that at least one third of these infections are spread by people who have no symptoms. Some are recently infected and have not yet become sick and some who are infected never become sick and unwittingly continue to infect others. This is why we are wearing masks, even though they are inconvenient and uncomfortable, as are many other acts of love.