In-Person Worship FAQ

What if I’ve received the vaccine? Do I need a mask?

Following the CDC recommendations that fully vaccinated persons may go without masks in public places, we have changed the policy in the fully vaccinated worship service to masks being optional. It is highly encouraged that anyone who is at higher risk for complications from COVID-19 continue wearing a mask – and also encouraged and welcomed for anyone not quite comfortable removing their mask yet.

In the service for both vaccinated and unvaccinated, masks are required for everyone.

Will there still be Sunday worship online?

Yes! We will continue to offer worship livestream on Sunday mornings at 9am. You can view these services on our YouTube channel.

Can I bring my kids?

We love to see families in worship all together!

At this time, since children under 12 are not eligible to receive their vaccination, they are not able to attend the 9am worship service that is for those that have been fully vaccinated.

Our 10:30am service is open to all - vaccinated and unvaccinated, where young children may wear their own smaller face masks. At this time, there is no nursery or Sunday School.

Will there be time for fellowship to catch up with others?

There absolutely is time for fellowship and time to catch up with one another. Recently, we have been moving outside and enjoying the nice weather.

What will in-person worship look like? Will there be singing?

In-person worship will include singing and masks are optional at services where everyone is vaccinated. At the  service with both vaccinated and unvaccinated masks are required.

Can I bring my own coffee or snacks?

We ask that you not bring any food or drinks into West Side as part of our safety protocol.

Can I still give in person?

As you enter or exit the worship space there will be an offering box if you choose to give in person, or you may continue to give online.