We’re looking forward to welcoming everyone back for in-person services scheduled to resume on May 30. Because the pandemic is still very much a part of our lives, things will look different than they did over a year ago. Here’s what to expect when you join us on Sunday mornings:

Two Services. Beginning May 30 and during the summer months we’ll have two services — 9am indoors in the Worship Center and 10:45am outside on campus. At this time indoor services are limited to 150 participants.

Registration. Because we’re still required to practice social distancing when we return, space will be limited. Participants will be asked to pre-register each week to reserve a spot for the upcoming service of their choosing, with at the door registration available as space is available. To reserve your spot for either worship service, click HERE.

Screening. All participants will be encouraged to pre-screen before arriving on the John Knox campus, which includes checking your temperature and answering a few screening questions. When you arrive on campus, you’ll be encouraged to self-screen using the questions posted at the entrance of the service. If your answer is “yes” to any of those questions, we encourage you to participate with us from home via the online stream.

Masks. At this time, everyone will be required to wear a facial covering that covers both the mouth and nose while participating in worship services regardless of vaccination status.

Low Touch. Following guidance to limit shared touch areas during the service, we’ll provide: individually packaged communion elements, opportunities to donate electronically and via an onsite dropbox, and a digital worship program that outlines prayers and songs used throughout the service. Bring your web-enabled smart phone or tablet with you to access the digital worship program.

For more information, including FAQ’s, click here.