Online and On-Site Services
Church will look a little different, but we're excited to wade into the pool together!
I’d like to update you on our congregation’s regathering plan and ask your prayers. I’ve been meeting with physicians, fellow Sr. Pastors, ministry coaches, our elders, and staff regarding the regathering of our congregation. I’ve stayed current on state and local information. Here’s what seems wise—take a “wading into the pool” instead of a “cannonball in the deep end” approach. That’s the best way I can describe it. That means we’ll experiment with outdoor services, then evaluate, then re-calibrate, then experiment more. Right now, we’re hosting 2 indoor services each Sunday, while maintaining our live streams for those who prefer to worship online. We’re trying to act prayerfully, safely, intentionally.
Services for this week:
Sunday, April 18th | 9am & 11am
Our in-person Sunday Service is a time to safely gather within our Worship Center.
The Main Entrance and the Family Entrance doors are now open! Please use them and visit the check in desk before entering Worship Center.
We will be entering through the main Foyer doors and will follow safe distancing guidelines.
Please exit the Worship Center immediately after first service so that sanitation can take place in preparation for the next service. Please provide a mask for each person in your family (over the age of 2) to be worn for the duration of the time you are in the building.
Please note we are unable to offer tea and coffee at this time.
When registering, it’s important to select each member of your family who will be attending, not just yourself. We’re limiting the service to 250 people to do our best to ensure a safe distance between those attending.
Randy walks us through what to expect on Sunday:
Why do I have to sign up to come to service?
Signing up serves 2 purposes. 1) We are limiting the number of people attending each service to allow for social distancing. 2) We are keeping a record of who attends each service to be used for contact tracing should the need arise.
What if I'm not ready to come in-person yet?
How will communion work?
When you check in upon arrival, pre-packaged individual communion servings will be available. They will be handed to your household group by a volunteer with a mask and gloves to minimize touches. If you are uncomfortable with this process, you are welcome to bring your own communion elements or simply participate in the prayer portion of communion.
How will you be managing social distancing?
When you arrive for an outdoor service, set up your household's chairs/lawn blankets a minimum of 6 feet away from other households. We ask that you please remain in your household's area for the duration of the service. When you arrive for an indoor service, wait to be escorted into The Worship Center, where your household will be seated together, but apart from other households.
Do I have to wear a mask?
Yes, everyone over the age of 2 must wear a mask for the duration of the service.
What if the weather is bad?
All outdoor services are weather permitting. We will update our website and social media a minimum of an hour before each service to let you know if we'll be meeting in person or only livestreaming.
Sunday Morning Videos and Activities for Kids and Students
Resources for at-home kids' worship service
Hey Road Rally Jr., Road Rally, and Ignition families,
With our in-person children's programming being cancelled, we wanted to provide resources for our families to worship at home and reinforce the weekly bible lesson.
Below, you will find age-specific videos and activity pages for Road Rally Jr (birth-Pre-K), Road Rally (K-3rd), and Ignition (4th-6th). More in-depth resources are included in our Family Fun Packs or in our WRCC Kidmin Facebook group.
In our current series, we are learning how God used Joseph to provide for the people of Israel and bring them into Egypt, which set the stage for a glorious demonstration of God’s power to deliver. God raised up Moses to rescue His people from bondage in Egypt. God saved His people from physical captivity in Egypt like He would one day save His people from spiritual captivity by sending Jesus, a Deliverer greater than Moses.
Let us know how we can further assist and support you all as you continue to teach and disciple your kiddos at home.
For His Glory,
Early Childhood Director
FAMILY FUN PACKETS
For each new unit, Ms. Jen puts together packets filled with family activities and activity pages that reinforce the Sunday lessons. Packets are available for families with children through 6th grade and will be customized for the age ranges in your family.
The next series of Family Packets will be distributed the week of February 7th. This packet will include printed worksheets for each child for the Sunday lesson. This packet will be a special edition focusing on Lent with daily scripture reading, discussion questions, and family activity to complete. Sign up by February 6th to reserve a family pack for your family.