COVID-19 Update - Week 11


COVID-19 Update - Week 11

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

We hope the lyrics of this magnificent hymn bring you rest and comfort today. Let the words wash over you.

Great is Thy faithfulness
O God my Father
There is no shadow of turning with Thee
Thou changest not
Thy compassions they fail not
As Thou hast been
Thou forever will be

Great is Thy faithfulness
Great is Thy faithfulness
Morning by morning new mercies I see
And all I have needed Thy hand hath provided
Great is Thy faithfulness
Lord unto me


We want to celebrate our good friends and partners at Blood N Fire for serving OVER 15,000 HOT MEALS during this lockdown. We are so proud and honored to be partnering with them. Thank you for continuing to advance the mission of the church with us!


For the past few months we have partnered with Unite714, a global prayer movement spanning tens of thousands of churches and millions of believers across the world. Friday, May 29 at 11am, Unite 714 will be hosting a one hour live event, joined by spiritual leaders from across the globe including Nicky Gumbel, Kari Jobe, Cody Carnes. We stand in faith this Pentecost, believing we will see a mighty outpouring of the Holy Spirit as we unite together in prayer. Visit www.unite714.com for more information on this special event!


What time will we gather in person?
What time will the doors open before service?
What time will the online services be available?
Do I need a reservation to attend a service on campus?
How do I prepare for electronic check in on campus?
How will seating be handled in the Worship Center?
Should I wear a face mask?
Will there be singing during service?
What happens if maximum capacity is reached in the Worship Center?
Will kids ministries meet?
Should those in the “at-risk” category attend?
What will dismissal look like following service?
What if I need to talk with a Pastor?
Will the coffee shop be open?
What cleaning and sanitizing will be done?
What about those who are sick or have symptoms?
What if I’m not ready to return to in-person gatherings?
What will the greeting time look like during services?