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Stay Connected…

Though we’re going through an unprecedented season, our church won’t stop gathering together! However, we’re changing the way we meet. Please connect with us on our social media pages as these sites are the best way for all of us can engage with each other. We specifically encourage you to find us on Facebook. Click here to see our Facebook page. You can also follow us on Twitter and Instagram.

Now, maybe more than ever, it’s vital to remember the words of Hebrews 11:24, “And let us not neglect our meeting together, as some people do, but [we must] encourage one another…” Therefore, we urge you to stay connected with the body of Christ by coming to weekly gatherings and/or engaging through virtual platforms. If you choose to join us in person, rest assured we are continuously working to sustain the safest standards.

Health Questionnaire

The first defense for our church members is the wellbeing of other church members. So, we have implemented a very brief questionnaire for individuals to answer before joining our in person meetings. These screenings are placed at the entrances of every venue we currently hold in person meetings.

Caring for Each Other

One of the best ways we can prevent germs from spreading is to personally protect those around us. With that in mind, we are currently asking all church members to thoughtfully care for each other by staying home from worship gatherings if they have any new symptoms that could be related to Covid-19. We also have several hand sanitizing stations at our meetings, which are also a great way to care for the wellbeing of others. Individuals are not required to wear a mask, but are more than welcome to if they feel safer that way.

Disinfecting Our Venues

In addition to the above measures we’re asking individuals to recognize, we are diligently disinfecting every venue we use for our in-person meetings. This includes our office space, weekly youth venues, and our worship space on Sundays. To the left, you can read about the sanitizing agent we utilize to disinfect these spaces.

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