Announcements

Onsite Worship, Nursery & Sunday School

Join us onsite for worship at 8:30, 9:45 and 11:00 am. Nursery is available during all services and Sunday School Sunday (children, youth and adults), meets from 9:45– 10:40 am. In order to gather together safely, the following guidelines are in place:

  • All participants must register: click here to register. Class sizes are limited to ensure safe distancing.
  • All participants over age 2 will need to wear a mask – masks are available at each entrance.
  • Use hand sanitizer upon entering and no communal food/beverages.
  • Seating arrangements are spaced out to maintain social distancing.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CHECK-IN LOCATIONS
  • Nursery – 6th grade in the Conference Center
  • 7th – 12th grades in the third floor of the Youth Building
  • Adults checked in upon entering the building
ROOMS & BUILDINGS
  • Nursery aged students are in the Children’s Building (25 max)
  • 1st – 3rd graders are in the Sanctuary Building in the Children’s Worship area (25 max)
  • 4th- 5th graders are in the Oasis on the 3rd floor of the Chapel Building (25 max)
  • 6th grade /Confirmation are in the 2nd floor of the youth building (20 max)
  • 7th – 12 graders 3rd floor of the Youth Building in the Joe Dean Court (40 max)
  • Adult Sunday School classes will be assigned a room based on your size to allow for proper physical distancing.  Adult classes please contact Karen Milioto (kmilioto@firstmethodist.org) to reserve a space or with questions.
ONLINE
Remember, if you’re not ready or able to come back yet, you shouldn’t feel any pressure or obligation to be in the building. Online classes and worship will continue.

Sermons

Praying Together

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Into the Wilderness

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