We are currently offering modified in-person worship experiences, along with multiple online worship experiences. 

AT THIS TIME, IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO MAKE RESERVATIONS FOR IN-PERSON WORSHIP. (Reservations ARE required for your kiddos going to the Reign Forest.)

During this phase, we offer three identical socially-distanced worship experiences at our Cape Campus and two at our Benton Campus. The Reign Forest is not open during this time. 

Cape Campus: Saturdays @ 5:30pm and Sundays @ 9 & 11am 

Benton Campus: Sundays @ 9 & 11am 

Online Campus: Saturdays @ 5:30pm; Sundays @ 9 & 11am; Mondays @ 8pm 

What do the in-person gatherings look like? 

During these modified worship gatherings, we take every precaution according to guidance from the health department:

  • We limit services to 300 individuals per gathering in Cape; 50 in Benton. 
  • We practice social distancing. 
  • The Reign Forest (our children’s facility) is now open for the 9am worship experience with pre-registration. Spots are limited and reservations are required weekly. For more information and to register, click here.
  • The North Wing Auditorium at the Cape Campus is available for families during the 9 and 11am worship experiences.
  • Masks are required the entire time you are in the building. 
  • The coffee bar is closed. 
  • We encourage all giving to be done electronically but we do have boxes by each of the main exits for those who wish to give in person. 
  • All attendees are asked to self-screen before attending. 
  • Anyone experiencing fever, cough, or other COVID-19 symptoms should not attend in-person… please join our online community until you are symptom free.
  • Vulnerable populations should not attend and are encouraged to join our online community.

When will full gatherings and other activities resume? 

Everything hinges on the health of our community and the CDC’s recommendations. We have to be more cautious about how we fully reopen due to the size of our gatherings, so we started with socially-distanced gatherings in September, and hope to return to our full gatherings and normal weekly schedule as soon as possible.   

Will regular activities look different when they return? 

While we expect our in-person gatherings to feel the same once we fully reopen, like the rest of society, we expect that the way we interact with each other will look a little different for a while. We’re going to continue to modify the parts of worship that required physical contact before (such as passing the offering and receiving the bulletin), and we’re doing everything we can to keep our facilities clean and safe.  


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