Working through this challenging time, together.
Everything you need to know about our phased re-opening
Yes, in-person worship is held at 8:30 and 11am. We encourage those who are vulnerable based on age or medical condition to worship virtually, rather than attending in person. Please be sure to check out our health and safety guidelines below
Yes, our nursery is open for the 8:30 and 11am service.
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On the first Sunday of the month, we celebrate the sacrament of Holy Communion. The bread and the cup are blessed during the service and distributed from your tables at home. The elements of bread and fruit of the vine will need to be provided by each worshiping household from their cupboards. Any kind of bread and grape juice or wine are acceptable.
- We follow the guidance the CDC provides for mask-wearing. You can find more information on how to select, wear, and clean a mask on the CDC website.
- Offering will be collected during worship. Containers will also be located near the doors to receive your offering as you exit, or you may choose to use to give online here.
- Expect a traditional order of worship, but with some changes to passing of the peace and Communion.
Please email Andy Workman at email@example.com to submit your event request and get your plan approved.
Check out the local and national resources below.
COVID-19 Community Reference Guide
Center for Disease Control (CDC)
Georgia Department of Health
Office of the Governor
We appreciate your patience and understanding and are excited to be worshiping together again.