Fulfilling Christ's call to love God, live in community, and serve our neighbor

Worship open with no attendance limits

Singing included, but masks still required

With guidelines from the CDC and the state of North Carolina, Home Church is now open for in-person worship, with no attendance limits and no sign-ups required. Those in attendance will be asked to sign in at the door to allow contact tracing (in case of infection).

Please use only the north (ramp) door for entry, where you will sign in. Worshippers may choose their own seats, though the ushers will be available to anyone needing help. 

Note that live-streaming will continue as usual on the website, Youtube and Facebook.

Child care will be available in the Nursery.

In the sanctuary, for the present, the elders do ask that the congregation remain masked, offering us a measure of confidence and comfort as we enjoy congregational participation in liturgy and song.

Going forward, the protocols in place for worship will also apply to funerals, which can now return to the sanctuary as well.

Also, the Fellowship Hall and Saal are available for adult indoor meetings. To allow for air circulation between meetings, each space will be available (by appointment) once in the morning and once in the afternoon or evening. Please call the church office to schedule meetings. The adult Bible Discovery Sunday school class is now meeting in person in the Club Room, and online via Zoom

Other in-person activities will require further consideration. We’ll be releasing information as it becomes available. We appreciate your patience—and any thoughts you wish to share—as we continue to consider our regathered future!

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