About In-Person Worship

We have In-Person Worship Services with Online Worship options. Here's what this look like:

*Note: Guidelines may be subject to change as needed or as NJ State Requirements change. 

Masks Optional:

The State of NJ no longer requires masks or distancing for indoor worship services. You may wear a mask if you are more comfortable doing so. Click here to learn more about NJ's COVID guidelines for churches.


Children are divided into groups for ages 0-1, ages 2-3, and age 4. Ages 0-1 are in nursery for the whole service while ages 2-4 go right before the sermon portion of the service. You can read more about this on our Youth Programs page.

For our children's ministries, masks will be optional and we will continue to maintain our other safety measures, including air purifying and social distancing. We will support the desires of the parents. If you or your children are showing any symptoms or feeling ill, please remain at home and worship with us through our livestream.

Entrance and Exit:

The main entrance and exit are the white doors facing the street. If you need to check in a child for nursery or Sunday School, you can go to the check in station downstairs or through the side glass door. There is an elevator on the side of the building if you need a more accessible entry.


We do not have a offertory time during the service. You can give online or place donations in marked slots in the Connection Center counter.

Song Lyrics:

You can follow along with song lyrics on the screen or in the hymnals/song booklet. There are also some large-print copies of lyrics at the Connection Center if you need them.

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About Online Worship

It's Okay To Stay Online:

Not everyone is ready or able to participate in in-person worship, and that's okay. You can worship with us online through Facebook or YouTube. Worship Services are livestreamed on Sundays at 9:30am and 7pm ET and can be watched any time after that. If you are worshiping online, you can follow along with a service order posted on our Communications page.

As Proverbs 16:9 says, "We can make our plans, but the Lord determines our steps." (NLT). What we've outlined is a step in the process of reopening in-person gatherings. Let's not forget God's faithfulness which helped us meet together in different ways for the past year and a half. Let's trust that the Holy Spirit has been with us this whole time and will guide us in our plans moving forward.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact us:

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