We are taking extra precautions to keep our communities safe and healthy.  By following a carefully planned approach, we have safely reopened our in-person services at each of our campuses and are excited to be serving and worshipping together again.

  • Reduced Capacity. To increase spacing in our auditoriums, we have reduced the number of seats available by 50% at all campuses. 
  • Touchless check-in. Our Kids and Students Guest Services staff will enter your phone number for you to check your children and/or students into their respective environments. 
  • Temperature checks. Every child’s temperature will be taken at check-in and for every family’s health and safety, we will ask that any child with a temperature over 100.4 be cared for at home.
  • Staff safety. All staff must wear masks at all times and are temperature checked.  Any staff with a temperature over 100.4 must refrain from serving until they have a normal temperature for at least 48 hours without medication.
  • Sanitization.  Services are shorter to allow time to wipe down door handles, light switches, and hard surfaces in between each service.  In classrooms where toys are present, the toys used during a service will be put out of reach for subsequent services until they have been properly sanitized. 
  • We’ve got you covered.  Hand sanitizer is available in all common areas, as well as in each classroom. Though proper handwashing is preferable, we want to have this quick option available since handwashing is not always possible.

How You Can Help

We hope you'll join us and be respectful of the different social distancing and health guidelines we are operating by. You will see signs posted around your campus describing the individual practices we are following as a community. These practices include but are not limited to:

  • We are encouraging everyone from kindergarten on up to wear a facemask while inside the church building, if possible.
  • If you had prolonged exposure to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, are currently sick, or have flu-like symptoms such as a cough, difficulty breathing, or a temperature of 100.4 or higher, consider worshiping from home.
  • If you are at higher risk for severe illness due to age or underlying health conditions, consider worshiping from home.
  • Maintain social distancing of six feet where possible.
  • Hand sanitizing stations will be available for your use.