Sunday Worship at DCF

What to know about Sunday services

  • Before coming to church

    • Know your expectations: church services will not look or feel like they have in the past.

    • Respect others.

    • Prepare your heart to worship.

    • Masks are optional for both children and adults.

    • Sanctuary seating is open to full capacity. Additional seating is set up in the lobby for those who would prefer to distance.

    • Church services will remain available for watching at home if you are unable to come, do not feel ready to return to the church building, or are high risk.

    • If you are not feeling well in any way, we ask that you stay home and join us online.

    • For everyone’s safety, we are asking that you only utilize the church building for worship services. All other rooms will be closed. In an effort to create a safe working environment for the staff, please refrain from entering the building during the week unless attending a church function.

 

  • When you arrive

    • You can expect to be welcomed with a friendly wave by are greeters.

    • Ushers are available to help with seating if desired.

    • Church mailboxes are now available for use.

    • Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the building.

 

  • During worship

    • Church bathrooms will be available for use. Church bathrooms will be cleaned before and after services.

    • The drinking fountains will not be available for use. We encourage you to bring water.

    • We will be participating in corporate singing.

 

  • After worship

    • We ask that all congregants exit the building. Fellowship is more than welcomed outside of the building.

 

  • WHAT TO BRING

    • Mask - For all kid’s ministries that include kids under the age of twelve, including Sunday mornings and any mid-week ministries, but excluding nursery, we are asking students and leaders to wear a mask while utilizing indoor spaces.  Masks will remain optional for Sunday worship, adult ministries, and Lifeguards, since those age groups have the opportunity to be vaccinated. 

    • coffee and/or water

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