A reminder to everyone we will be reopening this Sunday, May 24, for the Sunday Morning Worship Service at 10:00am.
If you have a fever or flu symptoms, or have recently been in contact with anyone who has recently been sick, please do not attend the service. We can send you a recording of the service to listen to at home if you request it.
The only point of entry into the church is through the main Sanctuary doors. Those with keys to other entrances are reminded to NOT use them.
Please note that the ushers will be seating you as you arrive in order to maintain social distancing between family groups. You will need to wait outside as each family is seated. Please continue to maintain 6 feet distance between you as you wait, and we thank you in advance for your patience.
You are encouraged to wear face masks as per CDC recommendations. Hand sanitizer will be provided as you enter and leave the church.
All hymnals and Bibles have been removed from the pews along with any other shared materials that are difficult to clean, but all lyrics and Scriptures will be displayed on the PowerPoint throughout the service.
Tithes and Offerings
You can leave your tithes and offerings in the plate at the door, either as you arrive or leave. The counters will commence weekly counts in the next week.
While we will have bathrooms available for use on the same level as the Sanctuary, we would recommend you limit use. The service will be kept shorter in order to accommodate this. Please only use the walkway to the left of the stage to access them. All internal and external doors will be left open in order to reduce touching of door handles. If you feel you may need to use the bathroom during the service, please request to be seated on that side of the Sanctuary.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Church Office
Pastor Steven Lookabaugh has been our pastor since 2016 and is passionate about proclaiming the gospel of God through the weekly exposition of God’s Word; believing application is possible when one understands the historical/cultural meaning of the text. He leads our church in fulfilling our purpose toward the Great Commission to make disciples of all nations, and to the Great Commandment as we seek to love one another. He has a Doctor of Ministry degree in Expository Preaching from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary with an emphasis on parabolic exposition. He is married to Jennifer and they have three children, Andrew, Kate and Olivia.