For 7 weeks, our church family worshiped through virtual services, and connected through phone calls, texts, and zoom calls. We are grateful for everyone’s faithfulness and patience during this time. As Governor Parsons modified our state’s Stay-at-Home order, our church is grateful for the opportunity to gather again while observing the recommendations of our state leaders. We are happy to continue to offer virtual ways to connect, such as through recorded sermons, ZOOM Communion, and through our social media page and group. We invite anyone who desires to refrain for a continued amount of time due to personal convictions to stay at home and worship together, though apart.
We have begun meeting in person starting mid-May, and have taken a phased approach as we’ve integrated ministries and time together.
If you are interested in the specific ways that we are slowly beginning to come together in person, please reach out to Pastor Mark at and he would be happy to share with you what Sunday service, nursery, children’s church, Wednesday night prayer meeting, and youth group look like.