sunday worship

Join us in person in our sanctuary, or online

RSVP for in-person worship

Starting August 15, we will be holding one worship service at 9:30 am. All are welcome! See our safety practices FAQ.


9:00 a.m.: Check-in & Refreshments

  • Check in at the Welcome Table 30 minutes before the service.

  • Enjoy refreshments with others on the patio.

  • Refreshments will be available up 10 minutes prior to service.

  • Line up to be ushered to your seat by our Welcome Team.

  • Be seated at least 10 minutes before worship begins.

9:30 a.m.: In-person Sunday Worship

  • Services will include teaching, music, and prayer. 

  • (The online broadcast will remain at 9:30 a.m. into the future.)

  • Leave the sanctuary promptly after service.

  • The sanctuary will be cleaned and sanitized after worship.

  • Continue fellowship outside on the patio.


  • Update: Children's & Youth Ministries will reopen in person on Aug. 15.

  • We're calling for volunteers to help us host worship services and offer Children's & Youth Ministry in these conditions. Sign up to Volunteer!

how we gather safely

Do I need to register for an in-person worship service?

  • Yes, please help us maintain capacity limits and manage spaces to allow for safe physical distancing.
  • Register at the RSVP form for the upcoming 9:30 a.m. Sunday Service. The form will be open from Sunday afternoons to 11:59 p.m. Saturdays.

Other safety protocols?

  • Adhere to all safety rules for the space regarding entrances and exits.
  • Wash your hands and use sanitizer regularly.
  • Do not attend in person if you have or develop any symptoms related to COVID-19 (high fever, cough, shortness of breath).

Will the restrooms be open?

Yes, restrooms are single person, except when accompanying a child.

Will children be allowed in the sanctuary?

  • Infants and small children are welcome in the worship service, and our safety protocols are implemented with them in mind.
  • Go to our Kids page for information on in-person Children's & Youth Ministries.

Can we bring refreshments inside church?

No food or drinks inside. Water only.

Can I hug the pastors? What are the physical distancing protocols?

  • Air-hugs and waves only, please: Refrain from physical contact, including hugs and handshakes, with others outside your household.
  • Keep at least 6 feet from those not in your household.

Are masks required?

• When inside, wear a mask at all times. Outdoors, you may be maskless.

How has the sanctuary changed to provide more safety?

  • In the pews, stickers will mark empty spaces between households.
  • Some pews have been removed for more space between seats
  • Exterior doors will be opened for more airflow in the sanctuary.

What is our gospel calling during this ongoing global health pandemic?

  • To protect the most vulnerable among us and each other.
  • Help us keep safe our community and family members who may be unvaccinated; have limited time or resources to receive a vaccination; or may be unhoused.
  • “Whoever receives this child in my name receives me, and whoever receives me receives him who sent me. For he who is least among you all is the one who is great.”
    — Luke 9:48. English Standard Version