We are very pleased to announce that our Administrative Council recently approved that both worship services may sing at the close of our worship services. With the new ionization air systems and worshipers wearing masks, we feel that the risk from singing at the end of the service is minimal. We know that those who are more at-risk might be concerned with this change. Because of that, please know that your church family will understand if you want to quietly exit worship following the sermon so that you are not present for the singing.

We will continue to keep our social-distancing and masking protocols for a little longer. We will add more seating capacity this Sunday, March 7, in the sanctuary (9 single chairs against each side wall) and in the Multi-Purpose Room to accommodate more people.

Our church leadership is encouraged by the improving COVID-19 numbers and our Administrative Council will meet soon to evaluate when we can further amend our safety protocols. Thank you for following our current safety protocols while worshipping and in your classes, meetings, and groups. And thank you for your continued patience in this long season. We are finally seeing some light at the end of this tunnel. Please pray for our leaders as we continue to discern which changes can occur next and please let others know of these changes. Thank you!