It has been a challenging season discovering what it means to live as the church in the middle of a pandemic. Many of us crave the weekly rhythm of being with one another to worship, while many others have adapted and found other meaningful expressions of connection with friends and loved ones. We acknowledge that there are no easy answers for how to be a church in the middle of COVID. Our leadership has tried our best to find an approach above the polarized nature of what it means to be a good neighbor, and we probably have made (and will make) mistakes along the way. At the same time, we will continue to offer grace to ourselves and each other as we lean into our values of empathy, participation, posture, and mystery.
In-Person Liturgy with Masks
We will be re-opening our in-person liturgy on Feb 6th and ask that that we all continue to wear N95 masks or something similar so that we can safely gather indoors. For those unable to get these masks, Vox will have a limited supply available.
For more details and context, you can read more about our reopening plans.
Limited Greenhouse Registration
For both Covid safety precautions and in order to have a good initial ratio of volunteers to kids, Greenhouse will run in a limited capacity via a weekly RSVP process.
For more details, you can read more about our Greenhouse update and registration process.Register for Greenhouse Classes
As we share in the “work of the people”, we invite you to participate by either reading a prayer or serving communion. Please register to volunteer during liturgy.Register to Volunteer
For anyone interested, we have a page dedicated specifically to COVID-related updates where you can also join a contact tracing email list.COVID Updates
If you are unable to join us in-person, you are welcome to join our online liturgy.Online Liturgy