Safety is our First Priority:

The following guidelines are in place out of consideration for the unvaccinated and children who are not able to be vaccinated.

  • Updated: December 31, 2021
  • Due to the positivity rate within our community, Anne Arundel County has instituted an indoor mask mandate. Therefore, face masks are required at all indoor activities until further notice. This includes in-person Worship in the Sanctuary and all other meetings throughout the building.
  •  
A physical distancing area is available in the sanctuary for those who would like to continue this practice. However, physical distancing is not required.
  •  
We will provide an offering drop-off location; however, we still encourage giving online as the preferred method of giving.
 
 
 
 
 
 

Saturday Worship

 4pm – On the Lawn
A casual worship experience
with music and message.
Bring a chair or blanket to sit on.
Saturday worship will move indoors,
to the sanctuary, in the event of inclement weather or if he temperature is below 50℉.
 

Sunday Worship

 9am – In the Sanctuary

Hybrid worship; A unique blend of Contemporary and Traditional worship.
 

11am – In the Sanctuary

 Traditional worship.
 
Sunday at 10am:
Sunday School for all ages.

Worship, more than anything, should be done together as a family. We want children to worship alongside their parents.

Through the years we’ve seen children we’ve served, who had once been on fire for God and in love with His presence, slowly drift away from church and the Lord. We, along with many other churches around the world, have seen that the model of children’s ministry in the church, where children are separate from their parents, was not working! Children graduate out of Sunday school and feel like there is nothing left for them at church. Something had to change, because the “fig tree” of children’s ministry just had so little fruit. We’ve recognized that it is time to plant a new seed.  Our new Sunday morning worship schedule is designed to create lifelong worshipers and followers of Jesus.  Faith is caught more than it is taught. Having children worship alongside their parents and other believers in worship will create in them a rounded faith based not only on education but also worship and unity as the Body of Christ.  Children learn by doing, and children learn to worship by worshiping.

We know (and expect) that children are going to have trouble sitting still and being quiet. That’s okay! We want children in worship! Worshiping God is a joyous privilege that is not to be reserved for adults. God loves children and so do we – wiggles and all.

A Look Toward the Future:

Please be aware that protocols could change at any time due to COVID-19.

We will continue to monitor best practices from the CDC and other governmental organizations

as we make decisions that affect us all.

Our focus remains to keep our faith community healthy and safe.

We will keep you updated as decisions are made.