We are thrilled to share our space with you, and we encourage anyone who prefers to join our livestream instead to continue to do so.
The worship service begins promptly at 10 am. When the chimes ring three times, it means that the livestream has begun, and those worshipping live will need to switch to respectful silence. You are welcome to socialize after the service, and please be mindful that some people may not yet be comfortable touching or getting close.
Masks are required in the building while Allegheny County is in a “medium” or “high” CDC community risk designation; N95 or equivalent masks are preferred while in “high.” Masks are welcome and recommended while in “low.“
Extended Session and Childcare
Nursery care for infants and toddlers is available during the worship service. Our childcare staff are required to be vaccinated and masked.
Extended Session for children in preschool through third grade is held upstairs during worship following the Time for Children. Masks are required for all participants and our teachers and staff are vaccinated.
We ask that everyone please fill out the friendship pad and leave it in the pew. We will use that information for contact tracing as needed.
While distancing is not required, we do encourage people to leave space as attendance allows and to be mindful of people’s continued need for distance.
What is different? There are not be any individual prayers or sharing of celebrations and concerns. Remember that the service is available to anyone who wants to watch it, and there are privacy issues involved with regard to specifics.
We are not providing coffee or other refreshments after worship at this time.
If you test positive after attending a service, please let us know right away so we can do contact tracing.
For everyone’s safety, we ask that you please stay home from worship if you or anyone in your household has been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 10 days, or if anyone is currently experiencing or has experienced COVID-19 symptoms in the past seven days, including fever, trouble breathing, shortness of breath, flu-like symptoms, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, headache, chills, or muscle pain. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, we encourage you to talk your doctor and be tested.