We are re-imagining and changing the way that we are engaging as the Church in the midst of these challenging times in our community, our nation, and our world. This time is a critical opportunity for the church, the people of God, to reach one another and the world in new and meaningful ways as people face uncertainty and their regular day-to-day lives are upended. Now, more than ever, we have a need to be together in community, even if that means moving that community to online/digital means of gathering.
Our weekly email blast, as well as our Facebook page, will be our primary method of communicating announcements and information to you during this time. If you don't already receive the email blast, you can click here and subscribe, or contact the church office.
To that end, we have launched several new opportunities for people to connect with one another. We are using three primary methods of communication to engage with each other and the community, our Facebook page, our Small Groups Facebook group, and Zoom Video Conferencing. We'll provide more information to you
Sunday Morning Live Stream
Can't make it in-person? We livestream both our contemporary 9:30 service and our traditional 11:00 service every Sunday. The live stream is available on our Live page here on the website, as well as on our Facebook page. If you are unable to watch live, our services are always available in video form on our Live page.
Our care and connection teams are combining to put together a group of church members who are committing to checking in on folks in our church family who are more at-risk. They are calling and checking in on members, as well as offering to run errands and help in other ways, if needed. If you're interested in being on this team, or if you know someone who needs in the church who needs help, please contact our Connections Director, Samantha Allen.