WHAT TO EXPECT
In light of the recent changes in mandates and recommendations from the government, we wanted to better align our COVID practices at church. Here’s what you can expect beginning Sunday, May 23:
There will be no more need to sign up in advance for worship services.
Fully vaccinated individuals are no longer required to wear masks.
You are free to sit in any pew in the Sanctuary, however, there will still be a designated section of social distanced seating for those that would prefer it.
Rock City staff and volunteers will still wear masks while interacting with our youngest worshippers.
Thank you for all your cooperation and support as we continue to adjust to our changing realities. Whether it’s in person or online, we can’t wait to see you on Sunday!
WHAT'S A SERVICE LIKE?
Music at the 9 a.m. worship will be a bit more traditional with mainly piano and organ. Our contemporary service at 11 a.m. has a praise band with vocalists, guitars, and drums. Both create an inviting atmosphere where all are welcomed to worship together.
HOW SHOULD I DRESS?
Please dress comfortably – we have a flexible dress code. Whether it’s jeans and a t-shirt, business casual, or a suit and tie, we want you to feel comfortable and welcomed just as you are.
IS THERE CHILDCARE?
Yes! We have an incredible Children’s Ministry full of activities, crafts, and amazingly true Bible stories. Our nursery is open for ages birth-toddler and our Rock City Children’s Ministry is available for PK-4th grade during both of our Sunday services. Children are also welcome to join their parents in the Sanctuary for worship. There are even rocking chairs available for use at the back for our littlest worshippers and their parents.