As we work to make some COVID upgrades to our Sanctuary HVAC system and to our livestreaming capabilities, we're worshiping in our Fellowship Hall.  All are welcome to join us each Sunday morning at 10:00am.

The health and safety of everyone who joins us in-person for worship 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 worship in the Fellowship Hall:

... Masks are required that cover your nose and mouth.

... Please make reservations for yourself and those coming with you. RSVPs are necessary to insure we don’t overcrowd the room and to make sure we space out chairs according to CDC guidelines … click here to RSVP for worship this Sunday.

We will continue to have Worship in the Fellowship Hall through May.  Our target date of moving into the Sanctuary for worship is set for June 6 as we work to get the HVAC equipped with appropriate COVID-filtration and to get our livestream capabilities up and running in that space.  Thank you for your continued support and patience throughout this season in the life of our church.  We also plan to livestream Worship for folks who aren't comfortable yet coming back to worship in-person.  You can tune in via our Facebook page.