Our doors are open for in-person gatherings.
Children Sunday School: Children’s classes in person.
Adult Sunday Schools: Adult classes online and in-person
Morning Worship Service:
In-person: Yes, no limit on number of participants.
Streamed Service: available
Childcare during services: available
Masks: OPTIONAL for all individuals, vaccinated and unvaccinated, age two and over.
Children’s church/Catechism: available
Singing/confession reading: permitted
Communion: available – pre-packaged elements are also provided
Giving: an offering will be taken during the service
Food/snacks after the service: not available
Fellowship: encouraged indoors and outdoors
Playground: available for use
Home Groups: Check with your home group leader
Youth Group: In person (except first Sunday of the month)
Evening Service: Online Only (first Sunday of the month)
Regular Office Hours: Not yet available
Tuesday Morning Prayer Meeting: Online Only
Health and Safety Guidelines
Please stay home if you or anyone in your household has any of the following symptoms:
Fever over 100°
Cough or sore throat
Shortness of breath
No taste or smell
Not feeling well
Any known contact with anyone confirmed to have COVID-19 or are being tested for COVID-19 (in the past 14 days)
If you are in one of the at-risk groups, we strongly encourage you to carefully consider before coming to in-person events
Hand sanitizer will be available at the narthex doors
On-site Gatherings FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions About On-Site Gatherings
Do I need to make a reservation for each Sunday?
A. No – following county guidelines there are no longer attendance caps which required advanced registration.
Can I pick where I want to sit?
Are bulletins available?
Can I sing?
A. Yes, you may sing and participate in all congregational readings.
Can I bring an offering?
A. An offering plate will be passed during the service. You may also mail your check, send an electronic check, or give online. Please see the Giving FAQ page for more information.
Will there be communion?
A. Yes. Communion will be served, but pre-packaged elements with either wine or grape juice are also available in the Narthex. A gluten-free option is also available. Please dispose of the packaging after use.
Are all the bathrooms closed?
Are parts of church off-limits?
Can I fellowship with friends after the service?
Please call (301) 741-2391 or email Terry Carman if you have any questions or concerns.
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