Starting July 4, all are welcome to join us in the Sanctuary for in-person worship! No need to RSVP, just come ahead! (WE’RE SO EXCITED TO SEE YOU!!)
More details on our Reopening Well page, where we outline our COVID-19 protocols.
Part of the reason we will continue having both services in the Sanctuary for the time being is so that we can continue our live-streaming ministry, which has reached so many people. We’ll use this time to do some discerning and praying about what worship in Warehouse 839 should look like in the days to come. (We don’t yet have the technology in place to livestream worship from our Warehouse 839 space (cameras, etc.), and it’s much easier to sanitize our sanctuary.)
We are Livestreaming two services on Sunday mornings here on our website (click or tap the images below). Let us know in the comment section that you’re with us. Add prayer requests, praises, and breakthroughs to the comments.
You can also watch both services on Facebook Live (you don’t need a Facebook account to do so; click or tap the image below for instructions and link).
We occasionally offer Message Notes that include the scripture and reflection questions to answer when prompted during worship or on your own. Look here for the PDF to download on Sundays they’re available.
Join the chat
In these days of social isolation, chatting virtually during worship helps us connect! The chat feature here on our website works best on a desktop computer or tablet (it’s not very mobile friendly).
Watching and chatting from your phone
In order to watch our website livestream and chat at the same time, follow these steps: Start watching the livestream, then click the Picture in Picture button, just left of the Full Screen button. This will show the video in a small window (which can be resized) and you can participate in the chat at the same time.
When it feels safe and right, we hope to resume our normal worship schedule:
- 8:30am: Traditional worship with hymns, chancel choir, and piano and organ music.
- 9:45am: Blended worship with a mix of traditional and contemporary elements.
- 11am: Modern worship with a multi-generational light rock band. This service is interpreted for the deaf and hard of hearing. The interpreter sits in front of the stage facing the congregation near the “Nothing can separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus” banner on the north wall. As you enter the worship space from the Main Street entrance, choose a seat toward the right for best visibility.
Holy Communion is celebrated once a month in each building, often the first Sunday of the month.
For information about baptism, please call the church office (614.876.2403).