Outdoor Service Details
If you are not able to join us for the Outdoor Service because you are higher-risk,
you are not comfortable gathering yet, or regardless of the reason,
we encourage you to stay home and respect your wise decision! We miss you and we are praying for you!
If you are comfortable with regathering, here are some things to keep in mind:
We are meeting outside as it is less restrictive than meeting indoors. Being outside, we have better airflow and we are not limited on the number of people within a designated space.
Since we’ll be gathering outside, be sure to wear sunscreen and bring water with you!
In the event of inclement weather, we will cancel the service and make that announcement via the church website and email.
Bring your own chair or blanket. We will be gathering on the rear parking lot and on the church lawn. Only a portion of the seating area will be under a tent. This is not a Drive-In Service.
There will be no Nursery or Sunday School at this time. We are hoping to begin to reopen those ministries in the future. If your children are able to quietly participate in the service, they are welcome to attend with you. Your children are your responsibility.
Please follow your conscience in this matter. Facemasks are invited but not required as we will be outside and encouraged to maintain a healthy distance. If you need a mask, we will have a limited number available.
Physical distancing (aka social distancing)
We are excited to regather and enjoy the fellowship. With that in mind, we encourage you to be spread out at the Outdoor Service and maintain a healthy distance. Households may sit closer together.
Higher-Risk & Sensitive Groups
If you are higher-risk or in a sensitive group that is older or immune-compromised, we encourage you to stay home.
If you or a household member have signs of an illness, please stay home.
Please try to carpool among your household to limit the number of vehicles on the lot. We are able to park at CJs Tire.
Hand sanitizing stations will be available.
No tickets are needed at this time.
Philippians 2:3 encourages us to “esteem others better than ourselves.”
With that in mind, please be thoughtful and considerate of others. Please follow CDC guidelines and recommendations.