Sunday @ 10:30 am
10:30 am, March 7th
In person service
We plan to resume gathering for in-person worship every Sunday with the following plans:
The full guidelines can be found here.
1. Online Stream
For those at high risk, for now, we suggest that you continue streaming live from home. We want you to stay safe. The stream will begin live at 10:30 a.m. Sunday mornings here on our website.
2. Social Distancing in Church
Rows of chairs will be spaced according to state guidelines and we ask that you space at least 2 chairs between you or your group and any other person. Please sit only with your household per the governor’s guidelines. While we’re excited to see everyone, the health and safety of our congregation is of the utmost importance.
We will have ushers available to help you find appropriate seating for your household if needed.
We ask that people not congregate in the halls or doorways but rather proceed directly to their seats to maintain distance for people to enter.
We will not be offering refreshments other than bottled water.
We will not be passing the tithe bucket but rather have 2 available for you: one at the doors and one near the stage. Or you can offer your tithe online here.
We will still have prayer ministry praying over those in need, though we will ask you to write out and leave your prayer cards in the offering buckets. Or you can leave your prayers here and they will be prayed over.
3. Health and Safety
Prior to coming to church, please take your temperature to ensure you are not putting others at risk.
If you have a face mask, we ask you to use it when entering and leaving church. We will have masks available.
Your household is responsible for ensuring you are maintaining a six-foot distance from others. We know it’ll be hard not to hug and shake hands, but for the time being, we want to ensure everyone is adhering to the state guidelines.
Please limit your use of the restrooms. As always, we will disinfect the restrooms before and after services.
While we are beyond excited to see you this Sunday, we are figuring this out together and know it Sunday will look different from usual. We know everyone has different opinions about what and how are the best ways to move forward. The Net wants to always err on the side of caution, and ask that you consider the safety of not only yourselves and your families, but the peace of mind of those around you. Please remain socially distanced while attending church so we can continue to safely worship our Lord and Savior together. We are not afraid, but we do want to be wise and considerate. We truly look forward to celebrating as a whole once it is completely safe to do so. For the time being, we are doing the best we can with what we have.