We’ll be restarting in-person worship this Sunday, September 20th.
As we resume in-person worship, you’ll find that there will be some changes to our service compared to pre-COVID. During this “Phase 2” reopening, we’ll be doing shorter services – around 40 minutes in length. There won’t be any congregational hymns – only solo, duet, and small group musical performances. There won’t be any bulletins – everything will be on the projector. There won’t be an passing of the offering – instead, a plate will be available for you to drop off your offering as you enter or depart. There won’t be a passing of the peace. There won’t be a coffee hour. Masks and social distancing will be required.
If you are someone who is at high risk for developing COVID-19 complications, you may want to stay home as well. But don’t worry. We will continue recording the worship services in their entirety and posting them on Facebook and on the website. If you’d like, we can also mail copies of the order of service, complete with a sermon manuscript, to you at your home. If you would be more comfortable worshipping with us online, you can continue to do so.
The object of this church shall be to bind together the followers of Jesus Christ for the purpose of sharing in the worship of God. Making God's will dominant in the lives
of people individually and collectively, especially as that will is set forth in the life, teachings, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
“To build a family of faithful
believers through community service, inspiring worship, and a welcoming and inclusive space where people of all ages can grow.”
In our effort to share who God is in our community, we strive to instill a deep
desire to increase one's faith by worship, small groups, and community.
Our ministry is not necessarily about the local congregation rather, it is more
in witnessing to the wider community about the power of Christ. We are proud
to be affiliated with the larger United Church of Christ.
We have the power of the Holy Spirit to transform us. We have the teachings of Jesus to guide us. We have the love of God to inspire us.