Due to the threat of COVID and the ability to transmit the virus easily at church because of singing, we require masks for all adults. It is up to parents and guardians if their kids should wear a mask, and we do not recommend masks for kids 2 years-old and under.
Worship on Sunday is our chance to gather as a family and celebrate the work of God through the death and resurrection of Jesus. Every Sunday is like Easter. Every church has its own way of doing things, so let me take the edge off by explaining a few of the things we do and how we do them.
Our Sunday Worship Service is at 9:40a. You will notice that some people like to dress up and other people come to worship in causal clothes. No matter how people dress the mood is relaxed and reverent.
We like to sing! We have an band that is made up of acoustic guitars, bass, piano, and ukulele. We enjoy blending together the rich hymns of the church with some contemporary worship song with an acoustic, folksy mix.
We celebrate communion every Sunday and we invite everyone that is a Christian to take part with us. After the Words of Institution and a prayer the Deacons will serve the elements to the congregation. We eat the bread and drink the cup as they are served.
Child care is available in the nursery. After communion, children kindergarten through third grade are invited to Chrildren's Church. Kids fourth through sixth grade can keep up with the sermon on a worksheet. Kids that participate with the worksheet are invited to a field trip that we do quarterly.
A greeter will welcome you warmly when you arrive and they would be glad to help with any questions you might have.
I hope you will join us to worship God very soon!
Sunday School is not meeting in person at this time. We do have some small groups meeting via Zoom. Contact the church office (660-332-7144 or email@example.com) to find out what options are currently available.