Join us 9:00 am or 11:00 am at our Church Campus!
Not ready to be back in person? We're always streaming on our
Online Campus as well.
We're back in the building!
We are currently following state-mandated guidelines, which states unless you are actively eating or drinking, a face covering is required.
Grab a warm cup of coffee and join us in one of two locations:
This room will be reserved for families with kids ages newborn - kindergarten. Enjoy a live-stream of the service while activity packets are offered for the kids.
Expect to sit with family in a socially-distanced setting. Chairs will be set up for you and your family before you get in.
During our 50-60 minute services you can expect:
Worship + Message
There are some who are not ready to be back in public yet and we get that. That's why online services will stay mostly the same, just with a new name and time. If you attend online, you are part of our Online Campus, streaming at 10:00 am on Sundays. You are still part of our church and we want you to feel Welcome Home, at home.
On Sunday morning, there is a 9:00 am and 11:00 am service open to everyone in your household. Kids Church is back in session (at the 9:00 am service only) for grades 1st - 5th and the Northwest Room will be available for families with kids ages newborn - kindergarten. While in the Northwest Room, take advantage of the live-stream of service while your kids are entertained with our activity packets. The Sanctuary will be open for everyone else.
In compliance with the law, we ask that everyone wear a face covering. If you do not have one, we will have them available in service.
I have kids. What will church be like for them?
We’re so glad you’re bringing your kids! We'll be opening Kids Church at the 9:00 am service for kids 1st-5th grade. Check out our Kids page here to let us know they're coming and to see the list of safety measures we have in place. For families with younger kids, ages newborn - kindergarten, we'll be live-streaming the service in the Northwest Room.
If you have a student grades 6-12, join us on Wednesday nights at the church for our weekly SOZO youth group.
Will people be wearing face coverings?
In compliance with the law, we are asking that those 5 and older wear a cloth face covering. If you do not have one, we will have them available in service. If you have health issues that keep you from wearing a face covering, we hope you will join us at our Online Campus, which streams at 10 am.
Will I be required to shake hands with people?
Nope! In fact, part of social distancing requirements are that we do not touch one another during service. And for a church of huggers like us, this will be a change! We’ll all be doing our best to respect the guidelines and find new ways to greet each other.
How am I supposed to know what to do? The rules have changed. Will it be awkward?
Everything is awkward these days! But we’ll do our best to make things easy on you. Pay special attention to posted signs, as they will help you navigate new guidelines.
Will I be able to talk to people after church?
Spending time with others is some of the most special times we get at church. While we would love to stay and chat, we are encouraging all of our guests to exit outside after service in order to begin the CDC's recommended sanitizing process.
Keeping our community healthy is of the utmost importance. We are asking that anyone who has experienced illness, including a fever of over 100.4, who has had Covid 19 like symptoms, or been in contact with someone with Covid 19 not attend service.
In compliance with Washington State law, we are asking that all in the appropriate ages wear face coverings. If you do not have one, we will have them available in service.
While on the church campus, all attendees will be expected to adhere to social distancing guidelines. The chairs in our meeting rooms will be arranged to create comfortable distance for all in attendance.
We are aiming to make the service as touch free as possible. Doors will be propped open, hand sanitizer stations will be positioned around the building, and disinfectant wipes will be on hand for high touch surfaces.
Our staff is creating a team specifically for cleaning before, during, and after services. Midweek, we will be continuing to practice deep cleaning.
Read the Signs
There will be specified entrances for each service, in-doors and out-doors for our meeting rooms, and safety measures posted. Paying special attention to posted signs will make the process as smooth as possible!
Washington State Guidelines
All measures are seeking to be in compliance with the Washington State guidelines, which change regularly. Learn more here.