CORONAVIRUS

State of Iowa Guidance for Spiritual and Religious Gatherings During COVID-19 issued April 27, 2020 and effective May 1, 2020
The White House current 30 Days to Slow the Spread Guidelines for Coronavirus , click below to view.
Letter from Pastor Brad Westercamp and Pastor Adam Kyle issued prior to Sunday March 22, 2020 regarding Connect Gatherings and following social distancing requirements, click below to view.
Our Sunday gathering options are set up to exceed requirements of the newly released Guidance for Spiritual and Religious Gatherings During COVID-19 dated April 27, 2020 and effective May 1, 2020.  There is no longer a limit of the number of people but reasonable measures must be taken to ensure social distancing by everyone, increased hygiene practices and other public health measures to reduce the risk of further spread are taken,  which we are making sure have been exceeded in every way possible.
As always we recommend special caution be taken by all but especially those in the high risk categories which are older adults 65+ years old and anyone with a high-risk or preexisting medical condition.  While we aren't driven by worry, we want to be wise as well. Please be mindful of guidance from local and national health agencies. If you are not sick with any symptoms related to coronavirus, not compromised by preexisting medical conditions and want to gather with others in a safe way, then we hope you will attend a Sunday service.
There is no need to register for a specific service as we have been the past month.