For our outdoor Sunday services, here’s what you need to know:
JOIN US FOR OUR GOOD FRIDAY AND EASTER SERVICES IN THE PARK:
Good Friday - April 2nd at 6:00pm
Easter Sunday - April 4th at 10am (there will be an egg hunt following the Easter service for the kids)
For Those Who Are Unable to Attend in Person
If you are unable to attend this Sunday, you can live stream our service at 10:00 am on Facebook Live by clicking HERE. Please note that you do not need an account to watch the live stream.
In Case of Rain
We will be using our midweek update, as well as our Saturday Announcement email, to let you know whether or not we will gather in-person or need to take our service online. Most likely, we’ll have a good idea on Saturdays whether we will be meeting in person and will communicate that in the Saturday Announcement email.
If there’s ever a time where we need to wait to make a decision until Sunday morning, we will post an update to our blog as well as send out an email and text message to those who’ve signed up to receive them. If you’d like to sign up to receive text messages or be added to our email list, please email our church office (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your name, phone number, and email address so we can include you in these correspondences.
We will need to continue to practice social distancing in our gatherings.
As the family of God, we eat out together every Sunday as we feast on God and his word! Before and after our services we are going to employ “restaurant rules,” which means, as you enter the amphitheater area for our service, as you interact with people beforehand, and as you interact with people afterwards, you need to wear a face covering. We realize that wearing a mask or face covering is not comfortable for many of us. For further explanation, please click HERE.
Sunday Service Reminders
As an expression of love for one another, please observe the following precautions on Sunday morning:
- Wear a mask when you’re out of your seat in the amphitheater area ("Restaurant Rules")
- Maintain 6 feet of distance from members of other households
- Exchange enthusiastic waves instead of hugs or handshakes
- Stay home if you feel ill, especially if you have a fever, cough, or shortness of breath
We will not have children’s ministry while we're meeting in the park, but we will have activity bags and sermon “fill in the blanks” for any kids who would like one.
What to Bring
As we’ll be meeting in the park amphitheater, you might want to consider bringing lots of water, blankets, snacks, sunscreen, hats, and chairs. For warmer months, an “EZ Up” or umbrella might be nice. During the colder months, sweaters and jackets are strongly recommended.
On-site restrooms are be available for our use.
Please contact the church office (email@example.com) if you have any questions.