October 25, 2020



We are going to have 2 services on Sunday mornings starting November 8. At 9:30 we will have a drive-in service with the pastor and praise team in the third story windows. No one will direct you to park. Just park facing the windows. Our 10:45 service will happen in the sanctuary with masks and social distancing. You can see below our expectations of social distance and safe practices. There will be no Sunday school, coffee hour, or nursery.


Online sermons will continue as will these mail packets. We are sure that there are going to be more changes because this situation is so fluid. But we are going to start here and then adapt moving forward.


For our services:

  • Masks- Masks (or face shields) are required.
  • Social Distancing- Seating will be spread out. You will be asked to spread out in pews that have pew cushions. We ask that you enter the sanctuary and go directly to your seat. Please do not wander around.
  • Attendance- We will take a picture of the congregation every week so that we have a record of who was in church in case we need to track contacts.
  • Singing- We will have music in worship. We ask that you stay seated and hum or sing quietly with your masks on.
  • Bulletins- Bulletins will be laid out on seats before you come into worship.
  • Dismissal- We will dismiss from the back by row like a wedding. We ask people to go directly to their cars.
  • Offering- Offering will be collected in buckets as you depart.
  • Drive-In- For the 9:30 service, come into the parking lot and park facing the third story windows. The audio will be played on 87.9fm.


Call to Worship- An Adaptation of Psalm27:

The LORD is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear?

The LORD is the stronghold of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?

One thing I asked of the LORD, that will I seek after:

To behold the beauty of the LORD, and to inquire in his temple.

"Come," my heart says, "seek his face!"

Your face, LORD, do I seek.

O Lord God of our salvation, we worship and adore you,

We will sing your praises for ever and ever. Amen!


Praise Song- You Never Let Go


Scripture- Jeremiah 29:7

[7] But seek the welfare of the city where I have sent you into exile, and pray to the LORD on its behalf, for in its welfare you will find your welfare.


Sermon: Render Unto Caesar: Seek the Welfare of the City A sermon about the biblical principles of public life, what issues Christians should care about and agree on, and where and how to disagree. Pastor Jordan Rimmer


Closing Hymn- O God of Every Nations


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