RSVP is no longer required for in-person worship services. If you would like to register your child(ren) for Early Childhood and Elementary Sunday Small Groups, please visit our Children's Page.

To maintain the health and safety of our congregation, we ask you to do the following while on campus:

  • Based on CDC guidelines, please wear a facial covering at all times for individuals three years old and up
  • Maintain six feet of distance between each group
  • Wait for an usher to seat you
  • If you are feeling ill, please stay home.

Frequently Asked Questions

Below is a list of FAQs that might help answer any additional questions. If you don't find what you are looking for below, please email Jessica Roberson, and we will make sure to get you an answer as best as we can.

How many people can attend each service?

Due to required six feet of separation between each family unit, the Sanctuary capacity is three hundred people while using all three floors.

Do I have to wear a face-covering?

Yes, face covering is required at all times while in the building for individuals three years old and up. Please make sure that your face covering covers both your nose and mouth.

Gaiter-style face coverings and face shields (with no mask) are not allowed. Those arriving with gaiters or face shields (with no mask) will be given a mask and instructed to replace what they are wearing.

What time should I arrive at the church?

Please arrive at least 20 minutes before the service begins to allow sufficient time to enter the building and be seated before the service starts.

What should I do if I arrive after the service has started?

Please see one of the ushers, and they will help you find a seat. Please be aware that you might need to wait a few minutes to be seated.

How do I know what six feet is while sitting in the pews?

We are currently using every other pew to help maintain social distancing. Each of the pews will have guides showing two feet sections, allowing you to see where you should be seated. Ushers will also be guiding people to the pews and helping to distance each group of people.

If I become sick, start running a fever, or feel uncomfortable coming to service once I have RSVPed, how do I cancel my reservation?

If you should need to cancel your RSVP for any reason, please email Jessica Roberson

Will there be in-person communion given each month?

We will not be serving communion in-person at this time to prevent spreading any germs within the congregation.

Are children allowed in service?

Children are always welcome in our worship services.

Will there be childcare provided by the church?

There is currently no childcare provided.

Will the church service be the same as it was pre-COVID?

While the quality of sermons, music, and worship elements will remain excellent, due to the nature of six feet of separation and other precautions, worship will feel different during this time.

Are any other events happening at the church other than worship services?

We hope that soon we will be able to open more events up, but the only events we are currently holding are the weekend worship services.

Reopening Protocol

Read more about our safety protocols in the document link below.

Read here