We want everyone to stay safe!

We have resumed public services on our campus.

This does not mean that we are taking any of this lightly. We want to make sure that if anybody does come to the church, they feel safe enough to worship Jesus here. We also clean our campus thoroughly and frequently.

If you are sick - stay home
If you've been around people who are sick - stay home
If you are concerned about getting the virus - stay home

If you would like to wear a mask - wear one
If you don't want to - you don't have to

If you want to shake someone's hand or give them a hug, you may ONLY do so if the other person is okay with it.


We don't want anybody to feel impressed upon to socialize in a way that makes them uncomfortable.

The Bible tells us to:
"Rejoice with those who rejoice, and weep with those who weep." Rom 12:15
and to, "Become all things to all people." 1 Cor 9:19-23

Let's build one another up and encourage each other during this time, and remain selfless, putting other people's needs and feelings before our own.

We want to thank those who are serving!

We can't even begin to express our gratitude to the numerous Doctors, Nurses, Hospital Workers, First Responders, and all other Essential people who have risked their lives to keep us safe and continue to serve us during this time.

Whatever capacity you are serving in, we are constantly praying for you and thanking God for you. We want you to know that we appreciate you all and your work does not go unnoticed.

We also want to thank you for doing these jobs even outside of this pandemic. You were here, risking your lives, before all of this and we pray that you will be here long after this has ended.

We ask God to keep you and your families safe. We ask HIm to give you wisdom in your circumstances. We ask Him to comfort and to heal.

Thank you!