our Covid-19 Response

Returning to services safely

We are carefully working on reopening in phased stages, in compliance with the governor’s and Presbyterian guidelines. We have returned to limited-seating indoor services at 10:30am each Sunday. Seats are very limited (Max. 30) due to social distancing and gathering numbers restrictions; your reservation is required. 

Each family/individual who make reservations will receive an email on Friday detailing their seating assignment and their entry door (narthex or side door). Upon arrival on Sunday, attendees will approach the table located nearest their point of entry. There will be a volunteer stationed at each table that will conduct temperature checks and check family members in. Each table will have a touch-free hand sanitizer station that attendees will be required to utilize prior to entering the building. After check-in, an usher will escort attendees to their seats.

We look forward to seeing you when you feel comfortable and safe to attend. COVID-preventive precautions: Limited seating, 6-foot social distancing, wearing face masks, no lingering indoors. Restroom available for emergency only.


Reserve your spot:


 (Reservations can be made for the following week starting at 6:00 PM on Sunday evening and will close for each week at 6:00 PM on Thursday evening.  If the above link is not clickable, then reservations are closed for the current week.  Please come back on Sunday evening at 6:00 PM to make reservations for the next week)


Prepare to attend Indoor Services with these steps:

  1. If you are in any at-risk group (over 65, pre-existing medical conditions) you are urged and strongly encouraged to continue to participate in our online service and online offerings.
  2. Wear your MASK. (bring and wear your own upon entering the building.)
  3. Sit in the designated seats to maintain social distancing.
  4. No congregating within the building following service.
  5. Restrooms available for emergency only.
  6. IMPORTANT: Anyone with symptoms of COVID-19 or who has tested positive for COVID-19 should not to return to services until they have met CDC’s criteria to discontinue home isolation.