In-Person Services


Here’s a few things you need to know as we prepare to meet:

To adhere to social distancing guidelines we will operate with limited capacity seating in our Worship Center and in Children and Student areas. For those not ready to rejoin us in person, online worship services will continue to be a permanent part of our worship experience.


• 9am,11am in-person and live hosted online.
• Additional live hosted online only services on Sundays at 5pm and Mondays at 7pm.
• Children’s Ministry (Nursery-Elementary) and Middle School students will be available at all services.
• High School students attend/serve at main services.
• Small groups continue online and in person.
• Worship and Family events on site as scheduled
• Community outreach efforts will continue.


• All Serve Team members will wear masks.
• Offering is collected online and at drop stations in the lobbies.
• Formal dismissal by section/rows so everyone can exit safely with proper social distancing.
• Cafe will be closed.
• Limited capacity in restrooms and automated soap and faucets added.
• Sanitizing room fogger and specific cleaning on high touch services before every service. (Kids and Student areas included)
• Additional Sanitizer stations added.
• Doors left open for maximum air circulation.
• Digital Connection Card and Sermon notes available online.


• Temperature checks required at tent locations prior to entry.
• Masks are required. Disposable masks available.
• Social Distancing measures will be in effect.
• Worship Center seating: Members of same household can sit together, 2-3 seats between family groups or individuals. Every other row vacant/unused.
• One parent drop-off and pick-up for Children’s Ministry.
• Bring quiet activities for the kids if they sit with you-coloring, games with headphones, etc.
• Attenders will be seated on specific rows by ushers.
• Bring your own sanitizer for safety.
• No handshakes, just waves, elbow bumps and air high fives!


(If any of the following apply to you, please remain home)
• Shortness of breath
• Chills
• Muscle pain
• Headache
• Sore throat
• Loss of taste or smell
• Feeling feverish or a measured temperature greater than or equal to 100.0 degrees.
• Known close contact with a person who is lab confirmed to have COVID-19.

Thank you for joining us in taking care of each other and stewarding our space as we gather together!

*By attending an on-campus event, you are acknowledging that an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. When present on the Mountain West campus you and any guests voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.