Every Sunday at 10:00am, we gather for corporate worship at our Orchard Campus at 434 Hunter Rd. Each service is also streamed live online and available on-demand on our website and YouTube channel.
As our community continues to be affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be enacting several health & safety protocols for our Sunday services. .
For each service that you attend, you are required to register in advance by Thursday at midnight. See the link at the bottom of this page to register. Each service will have a maximum capacity of 150 people in attendance.
WHAT TO EXPECT
As you arrive, please proceed to the south doors (facing Hunter Rd.). As a church we will be honouring the Niagara Region bylaw requiring fask masks in enclosed public spaces. Therefore, please put on your mask as you approach the entrance. You will be met by a greeter who will be smiling under their mask, give you a bit of hand sanitizer and open the door for you to enter.
There will be 2 health screening stations just inside. If there is a line-up for the screeners, please lineup maintaining 2m of physical distance. After answering a few questions they will give you your assigned seat, and an usher will help you and your household find your space. Your seat will have your family name on it. Please bring everything you have brought with you (e.g. jackets, purses, snacks, drinks, kids activities, etc) with you to your seat.
Throughout the service please refrain from hugs and handshakes with people not part of your household. Waves and smiles are encouraged.
A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT
Let's be intentional about not judging one another’s decisions regarding whether or not you choose to attend. Choosing to stay home does not make you more wise and enlightened than those that attend. Choosing to attend does not mean you are more faithful and spiritual than those that continue to worship together online from home.
Also, we ask that you please carefully abide by the protocols we have set in place. Your pastors have no desire at all to be the protocol police, but want to focus on facilitating a corporate worship time that uplifts us all.