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In Person Services
In person service options exist for two services on Sundays:
9:30 - Contemporary Service for up to 200 people.
11:00 - Traditional Service for up to 100 people.
Read below for answers to common questions about those services:
When can I potentially come worship in the building again?
You can join us this Sunday. We can accommodate 300 people.
Why 300 people?
Current guidelines limit us to 50% capacity of the space we are using. We will continue livestreaming a service at 9:30 from our downstairs worship center. It will look very similar to the last 14 weeks for those who continue to engage digitally. That space at 50% capacity allows us to have 200 people.
Following that service, we will have an 11:00 service upstairs in our traditional sanctuary. It’s 50% capacity will allow us to have 100 people attend that service.
What if more people show up than that?
We have been having in person services for a few weeks now. We began with people pre-registering and have seen a good representation of how many people are currently ready to return or to visit with us. We don't have reason to think we'd be turning anyone away right now.
Will I have to wear a mask?
You will likely find many wearing masks (it’s strongly encouraged by health guidelines) but won’t be turned away without one.
Will there be singing?
There will be live music led in the services and opportunity to participate with it. We will give in room instructions about how to do so while honoring the safety of others. This may mean you adjust your volume (not your enthusiasm), you engage physically in other ways than your voice, or it may feel normal for many of you.
What else should we know?
As we open, there won’t be other ministries available. We won’t have food or coffee, you’ll need to sit together as a family, and you will be expected to stay 6 feet apart from people outside your household for the time you are physically here. We won’t have hugs, handshakes or high fives, though we’ll joyfully greet each other in appropriately distanced ways.
What do I do if I have a much more specific question?
Don't hesitate to fill out our contact form for with any questions you have. You can find it here.
We are looking forward to seeing our dispersed church begin gathering in communal worship again. To encourage each other in ways that are more familiar. We also know that many will continue to engage digitally. We will continue offering that as a great option. We also encourage people to gather in groups of 25 or less in homes to worship together if you are comfortable doing that. We think these options give us lots of flexibility as we still aim to equip people to find life and faith in Christ and look forward to seeing what happens through the rest of summer as God rests His hand of grace on us.
Current video update
Sunday service will remain digital, livestreamed at 9:30 and available on website shortly after, as we also begin to re-engage in the building.
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With all the daily sometimes hourly changes that are happening in our world right now we want to help give you some resources that may be helpful. Below are a few materials to help lead your family during this time.
Sunday School and Children's Church
The Bible Studies for Life curriculum we use on Sunday mornings is available in the links below. You will be asked to create/register an account. This is completely free. In each resource there are lesson videos, conversation questions, worksheets, and color sheets. We are glad we can provide you with some Sunday School resources while we meet at a distance.
When: July 29th at 6:30pm
Where: Outside at Nowthen Alliance Church (If it rains, we will meet in the gym.)
What: An event to hear about Jesus and have fun! We will have a speaker share a gospel message geared toward children in K-6th grade and we will have juggler, Tuey Wilson, doing an amazing juggling show. We will meet with social distancing in place with the current guidelines.
Bring: Please bring lawn chairs or a blanket to sit on as a family.
August Family Night: TBD