Back to In-Person Services
FRIENDS. WE’RE BACK!
After 15 months of remote services, Neighborhood is ready to gather in person! We are opening at three stages to accommodate finding volunteers to execute services and to make the services safe. We’ll be updating our policies and guidelines on our website and social media as more information continues to come in. We look forward to reconnecting!
May 16: Coffee and sunshine, the way God intended.
From May 16 through the fall, we’ll have coffee available outside of the hub (and inside once in-person resumes). This gives people a chance to gather, laugh, and connect outside without worrying about disrupting the service. May 16, 23 & 30 we’ll have coffee available from 11am-12pm.
June 6: In-Person Service!
We will have our full adult service available to anyone who would like to attend. Kids are welcome to join families, but we won’t have any kid’s programming yet.
We’re asking everyone to wear masks for the duration of the service. We don’t mind if you need to lower it to get a sip of coffee, but ask while we’re not crushing coffee, to keep it on.
June 27: Neighborhood Kids is back!
We’re taking extra time to reopen our kid’s space to find volunteers and create an outdoor learning area (for grade-schoolers). Our rooms for the grade-schoolers are slightly smaller, so we’re creating a safe and fun space for those students to enjoy outside of the Hub. If you’re interested in helping in Neighborhood Kids, you will need to fully vaccinated, pass a background check and connect with Angela, our Neighborhood kids pastor. Contact Ange here.
Our services will continue to stream live each Sunday on Facebook (and soon on Youtube), and the podcast is available on our website, and on iTunes and Spotify.
We’re excited to see all your faces and celebrate side by side!
If there’s anything we can do to make your experience better or if you have questions you can contact me at [email protected].