Wearing of a mask is required inside the building.
Most people visit our congregation for the first time on Sunday morning for worship. You are welcome to join us in the Sanctuary or on Zoom to do the same! Things are a bit different during COVID-19, so please be sure to read below.
Park in the large parking lot behind our building. Please wear a mask that covers your nose and mouth and arrive with those with whom you would like to be seated.
A Guide will greet you and show you how and when to enter the building. We will register your information so that we can contact you should tracing become necessary and invite you to sanitize your hands.
You will see folks wearing all sorts of different clothing, from very casual to more dressy. Wear what makes you feel comfortable.
Hearing assistance devices and gluten-free communion wafers are available as you enter. A Guide will be happy to help you find these.
You may contribute to the ministries of our congregation by placing your offering (cash or check) in the Offering plate as you enter. You may also give using the Givelify app. We will bless the offerings during worship.
A Guide will take you to the next available seat in the Sanctuary.
During these times, we listen to music during worship without singing. We pray the Lord's Prayer with our masks on. We share our joys and concerns via text message. The bulletin with the Order of Worship is available on our website in addition to paper copies.
A generous, compassionate, and loving congregation who will be so glad to meet and welcome you.
Here you will find folks who are excited about their faith in Jesus Christ and who are actively learning, growing, and serving together.
We celebrate Communion weekly. Everyone is welcome to share.
Our worship services last about an hour and fifteen minutes. They are filled with greeting, sharing joys and concerns, prayer, traditional and contemporary music, time with children, hearing and proclaiming the Word, sharing gifts, and celebrating the Lord’s Supper.
A “This is What You Must Believe” statement. As Disciples, we have “no creed but Christ.”
There is no test for belonging, other than the simple question we’ll ask if you decide to become a part of our community: “Do you believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of the Living God?”
We value freedom of opinion, and admit we will not always agree on every matter under heaven. Regardless, we still commit to being the church together and learning from one another, and are open to being challenged and thinking critically about our beliefs.
You won't find perfect people here. Faith in Christ is a life-long journey. If you’re looking for perfect people, keep looking. But here, you may find people a lot like you: people with real struggles, fears, doubts, and hopes, yet people who are genuinely striving everyday to love God and each other more.
We love the sounds of children in worship!
During these times, all children sit with their families during worship. Please bring coloring materials and other pew activities with you.
Children will be invited to come to the front of the Sanctuary for the Children's Message. The person leading the Children's Message will talk to the children for a few minutes about one of the day's Scriptures or a relevant theme. After praying together, the children will return to their seats.
Children participate in the Children's Message from their pews or via Zoom.
We celebrate Communion every Sunday. As you enter the building, you will be invited to pick up a self-contained communion package with a wafer and juice. Those worshiping via Zoom gather whatever they have at home that can serve as "bread" and "cup." We will partake of communion together during the service.