We're Open! 

We are excited that our doors are now open for in-person worship.  Our goal is to provide a safe space for people to gather together while following the guidelines Governor Inslee has put in place.  Services are held Sundays at 10am both in person and livestreamed on YouTube.

In Person Church Protocol

Please read our Safety Guidelines
• We require those attending in-person to register with a greeter when they arrive. Look for the person with the clipboard.
• Entrance and exits will be designated and signage will be posted to help keep six-foot separation in between each non-family groups.
• No one with a fever or symptoms of COVID-19 or known exposure to a COVID-19 case in the prior 14 days will be permitted.
• Hand sanitizer stations will be available in multiple locations.
• We are adapting our seating to allow for six feet between you (or you and your family) and others sitting near you.
• We will require everyone to maintain a six-foot separation out of care for each other while at church (no shaking hands or hugging).
• We will require everyone five years and older to wear a face covering while at church, except those with medical reasons which prevent them from wearing one. This shows compassion and love to others in our church family, some of whom are living with or ministering to the at-risk population. Due to the potential increased risk of spreading germs when singing, we will ask that face coverings remain on at all times during the service.
• Nothing will be distributed or passed during the service at this time (e.g., bulletins, offering plate, communion). An offering box will be available to you as you exit.
• For the time being, no other gatherings will be held in our church building on Sunday morning: no Kids’ ministry on Sundays, no adult classes, no prayer meeting, etc.
• Children are welcome to attend the worship service with their parents in the auditorium.
• We will encourage those who are more at-risk to continue to participate via livestream in this initial phase; however, those who are more at-risk may nonetheless choose to join the church family in person and will be welcome to do so.