With concern over COVID-19, we’d like remind everyone to face the current situation with faith, courage, and common sense. Being a follower of Jesus Christ means we are committed to living by faith – trusting that God is ultimately in control of all things – including those things affecting us personally. It takes courage to trust God even when things don’t make sense. And common sense means we take our current situation seriously while making smart decisions. We urge you to stay home if you are sick or have a compromised immune system. Please continue to practice good hygiene, and keep an appropriate distance when talking with others.


We are meeting every SUNDAY!
Just a few reminders:

  • Please where a face covering (per the governor’s orders). If you don’t have one there will be cloth masks available in the foyer (along with some hand sanitizer that you can use on the way in for the benefit of others.
  • Seating is arranged for your family to be able to sit six feet apart from other families with chairs grouped from two to five. If you have children there is an activity center where they can pick up activity books and other things to keep them engaged during service. Starting November 1st we will have children’s ministry available for those ages 3-10.
  • We want everyone to remain healthy. If you are not feeling well, have a fever, or have a compromised immune system PLEASE STAY HOME and join us via Facebook Live for your benefit and the benefit of others

Let’s keep seeking God for guidance and helping those that are sick or in need. We have a food drive in place to help those who are negatively financially affected by job closures or diminished work hours. You can drop off non-perishable food items at the church office Mon-Thur from 7:30am – 5:30pm. If no one is at the office at time of drop off, please leave items near the office door.