We have resumed our on-location gatherings, but you will need to reserve your seats!
We will be following all of the guidelines that have been put in place by state health officials to provide a safe experience for you and your family. Please click below to reserve your seats for an on-location gathering. We will continue to provide our Online Experience for the foreseeable future if you are unable or not ready to attend on-location.
As we enter Phase 2 of re-opening our seating capacity will now be available for reservations. We will continue to operating under social distancing restrictions, modified seating arrangements, and optional sections will be provided for those that choose to be further distanced.  All restrooms, hard surfaces, and high touched areas will be cleaned and disinfected in between each gathering. Worship centers will be disinfected using air and surface foggers. Sanitization stations will be available onsite. We will continue to update the following as our state moves through the phases of reopening.

As of Sunday, July 12, we will begin offering limited Kids Ministry. You will need to reserve a spot for your child if you would like for them to participate in Kids Ministry. Each child will have their temperature checked before entering the kid's area. If they have a temperature of over 100 degrees we will not be able to let them enter. Once your child is checked in, a Kids Point Team member will escort them back to their classroom. At pick up, you will be required to show your security tag and a Kids Point Team member will bring your child to you. We woud ask that you do not bring diaper bags, toys, blankets, etc from home. You may send a diaper and a labeled bottle/sippy cup if needed. Finally, all adults and student workers will wear a mask for the duration of the time they are serving and we will be disinfecting frequently and in between services.

We would also ask that you keep your face covering on for the duration of your visit. Our pastors and worship team members will only remove their face coverings when leading the congregation from the stage.
There will not be a meet and greet moment in the service, but feel free to interact with others outdoors before or after the service.
Offering baskets will not be passed during the service, but we would encourage you to continue to give online, or if needed, you can drop your offering in a Connect Box before you leave.

If any of the following applies to you, please continue to worship via our Online Experience:
  • You have had a fever of 100.4˚ or higher in the past 2 days.
  • You have a cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell or other symptoms typical of Covid-19.
  • You have young children who are unable to adhere to physical distancing guidelines.
  • Our Online Experience is encouraged for those who are 65 or more years old or have underlying health conditions including high blood pressure, chronic lung disease, diabetes, severe obesity, asthma or immunocompromising conditions—ie., if you meet the criteria for “vulnerable individuals” as set forth in the White House/CDC Guidelines for Opening Up America Again.