Together again,
in-person & Online.

Join us every Sunday morning at 10:00 for worship and a message. You'll be glad you did!

What to expect.

In the ongoing effort to cope with COVID-19 as a community, we're striving to make our indoor services safe and sustainable.  Even with the necessary adjustments that have been made (in order to take good care of each other), we can still experience the peace and  joy of Christ together. Thank you for your humility, patience, and charity in heeding the following guidelines:

Keeping each other safe.

Masks will be required for everyone over the age of 10, and are to be worn at all times within the building. Of course, we'll also practice social distancing, leaving at least 6 feet of distance between yourself and someone of another household. If you are feeling sick, or have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, you may join us remotely by watching online.

Finding a seat.

Plan to arrive before 9:45 AM, so  you can be seated before service starts! Households will be admitted into the building one at a time, through the main entrance. Those  with limited mobility will be ushered to the front of the line. Upon entry to the sanctuary, please find a seat within one of the designated areas according to your household size. Don’t worry, ushers will be there to help!

Safe, fun spaces for the kids.

Families will be able to check-in for Kids Ministry as soon as they enter the building. Trained volunteers will be ready to welcome children into three separate areas: the Nursery (for ages 2 and under), PreK and Kinder Room (for ages 3-5), and Kids Church (Grades 1-5). We’re asking that only one parent or guardian would accompany the children to class, while the rest of the family is seated. After service, families may leave the sanctuary through the right-most door (when facing the stage) and exit the building by the chapel.

Facilities for your convenience.

Restrooms and a nursing room will be accessible through the left-most (when facing the stage) sanctuary door. Please, limit use to one household in each restroom at a time, and no more than two mothers with their children in the nursing room at once. Also, though our lobby normally lends itself to lingering and gathering after service, we ask everyone to refrain from doing so  for the time being; this will provide space for people to respond in prayer (in the Café) and for newcomers to connect with GFA (at the Welcome Center).