A message from our Lead Pastor Michael Carlson:  I want to bring some hopeful news to you as we continue to live into the realities of the pandemic in our congregation and in our community.  Now that vaccination numbers are climbing and statewide COVID restrictions are being eased, the time is right to start “adding things back” into our mix.

Starting on Pentecost weekend (May 22-23), we’ll be adding another in-person Contemporary Service on Sunday mornings at 10:15 a.m. in the Great Hall. Sara Renner and our awesome worship band will once again be rockin’ the place!

This means we will now have three in-person services:  Saturday night (5 p.m., Contemporary in the Great Hall), and Sunday (9 a.m. Traditional in the Sanctuary and 10:15 a.m. Contemporary in the Great Hall.)  We will also broadcast all three services online as we do now. Our COVID procedures will continue: capacity limits, social distancing, masks required, no singing, no shared communion, no DOCK or child care.

Questions about COVID-19 Worship Protocol? Click here 

Worship is central to who we are, as it’s one of the most meaningful experiences we share as a community.  I look forward to welcoming even more of our people back as we heal and connect in Christ’s love.

 

A message from our Volunteer/Hospitality Team:

We’re so excited to be adding things back at church, but we truly cannot do that without the support and help of our volunteer ushers, greeters, and communion hosts: we need you! We invite you to prayerfully consider if you’d like to serve on a five-week worship hospitality rotation (meaning, you’d serve once every five weeks). No previous experience necessary. To learn more or sign-up, please contact Deacon Stephanie Anderson-Telschow via our Contact Us form,  or call the church office at (651) 426-3261.