Masks Are Optional But Provided

We Continue to Offer Worship Both Onsite and Online

UPDATE August 4, 2021

Rates of infection in St. Johns County are rising with the new Delta variant and information and guidelines are constantly updated. We are, as you are, following the information as best we can. We know of one fully vaccinated person in our congregation who became infected with COVID in the past week. While we have not changed our "masks optional" decision at this point, our Leadership Team continues to monitor the situation. For now, however, our pastor encourages everyone to carefully consider the current CDC Guidelines:

Guidance for People Fully Vaccinated: To maximize protection from the Delta variant and prevent possibly spreading it to others, wear a mask indoors in public if you are in an area of substantial or high transmission.

Currently, we are in an area of "substantial or high transmission." Please consider wearing a mask this week. Remember, we want you to stay healthy and use good judgment considering your own health situation. We continue to livestream our worship and encourage you to watch via YouTube if you do not choose to attend in person.

UPDATED May 19, 2021

With the high rate of vaccination in our congregation along with CDC and St. Johns County guidelines, our Leadership Team has determined that the wearing of masks is now optional. (Previously we requested them worn until seated and when singing.) However, for those who need or desire physical distancing, we will continue to offer options: the front right portion of our Sanctuary will continue to utilize every other pew seating (rather than every pew), and our balcony will continue to be reserved for those desiring more physical distancing. Of course, anyone who desires to wear a mask is welcomed to do so.

We ask that you use your good judgment considering your own risk level and comfort level. We encourage those who wish to maintain more physical distancing and precautions than we are now providing to continue to watch online for as long as desired. (See more information below.)

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If you have symptoms of COVID-19, we ask that you wait two weeks before coming to worship onsite.

WE ARE MODIFYING GUIDELINES AS APPROPRIATE. We will do our best to keep you informed! 

Thanks for your trust and your coooperation.

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Sunday Morning Worship Will Continue to Stream LIVE on YouTube

To watch it on your computer. phone, tablet, or smart TV is fairly simple.

  • Click HERE to go to our church channel.
  • A few minutes before 11, we will go "live," so one of the videos listed should say, "LIVE." (You may need to refresh the screen if you get on before we go "live.")
  • Click or double click on the LIVE video to watch it.

If something doesn't work as expected, click on the "Live Streaming" Menu item above for more information.

Wednesday Midweek Worship Is Both Onsite and Online 

For our Wednesday night service of Bible study and prayer, we are using an online meeting tool called Zoom. This tool lets everyone share prayer requests just as if we were in the same room together. You can use either your computer or your smart phone, but you will need to take a few minutes to set it up, though it is as simple for most people as you could hope for.

We are also meeting onsite in Fellowship Hall, and the pastor interacts with both Zoom participants and those who are onsite simultaneously.

An "invitation" link is needed to access the meeting. Please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to receive an invitation with the direct link.

(Choir rehearsals have resumed. As of now, there will be no TeamKID for children on Wednesday nights, but we hope to add it in the next school year.)

Recheck this page for further updates. 

If you cannot get by the building, you have the option of giving your tithes and offerings online while we cannot meet. You can access that by clicking "Online Giving" from the Menu above.

Let us know how we can serve you.