Worship with us each Sunday morning at 10am.

We offer worship opportunities either in-person in our Sanctuary or via our livestream on Facebook.  All are welcome.

When worshiping with us in-person, the health and safety of everyone who joins us is of the utmost importance.  Methodist founder John Wesley had three simple rules he required, and the number one rule was “Do no harm.”  Today we still seek to follow that rule as we show love and care for all in our community, and in doing so, we have some important things to note about worshiping with us in-person in our Sanctuary.

Masks are Strongly Encouraged

Please wear masks when attending worship to protect our children under 12, their families, and other worshipers who are not yet able to be vaccinated.  It is important for all of us to wear masks not just for the safety of our children, but to also model for them the importance of wearing a mask.  We have some high-risk children among us that need for us to take this seriously.

No RSVPs Needed – Safe Seating

Reservations are no longer required for worship attendance.  We believe we have ample space in the sanctuary to spread out and safely social distance.  When you arrive on Sunday morning, you’ll see tassels on the ends of certain pews.  A tassel means that pew is available for seating.  We are skipping every other pew in order to maintain a safe distance.  You’re also welcome to sit in the balcony if you would feel more comfortable doing so.

Nursery – RSVPs Required

We will have nursery available each Sunday morning beginning at 9:30am for children age 4 and under.  The nursery is staffed with workers who have had a background check in accordance with our child protection policy.  The children will listen to songs, hear Bible stories, and be offered age-appropriate crafts as we begin to teach our children about God’s great love for them.

Reservations for Nursery are required each week so we can make sure we have enough nursery workers available.  To RSVP, click here.