WoRship Options During COVID

Public Worship

Our doors are open for public worship. Live-streaming the service from home is available on our Youtube channel. When we gather in person we will mindfully adhere to the recommendations of the CDC and local officials for St. Louis city and county. 

A Call To Love and Unity

We understand that people are responding to the spread of COVID-19 in a variety of ways. As Christians, we are guided by the summary of God's law to "love your neighbor as yourself."  This means that we are willing to set aside our own level of comfort for the comfort and wellbeing of our neighbor. As we gather for public worship we want to be extra mindful of the safety of others as well as ourselves. And of utmost importance, we want to maintain love and unity in the process. Let's name the fact that this is going to be awkward. Let's not let our variety of responses to the pandemic divide us from our brothers and sisters in our own church or those in other churches who may do it different from us. We are cheering each other on as we approach our common challenges in unique ways. 

What Can I Expect? 

2 Worship Services 9 + 10:30

Sunday services are masked and socially distanced.  We cap our attendance to remain under the current recommended threshold. We have an overflow room available where the livestream can be viewed comfortably.

Reservations Preferred

Let us know you are coming in advance by emailing our office. Make sure to tell us which service you plan to attend and how many are in your party. 

Social Distancing

We will maintain a distance of 6ft or more from anyone who is not in our household. 


While you are in the building, Masks will be mandatory for everyone ages 3+ until further notice. 


Care is offered during the 10:30a service for children ages 0-2 and 3-5. You are welcome to keep your children with you in the service, we will have worksheets and packets of crayons to use and take home. We would ask that our children follow the above guidelines. This includes social distancing and wearing a mask (if they are 3yrs of age or older). 


We understand that there are numerous reason someone may be prevented from attending worship. For the foreseeable future we will be broadcasting the service for those who cannot come right away. 


We are serving communion with added precautions that will be communicated in person. 

If you have any questions you can email the office. Praying God's blessing and safety over you all. 

Your Servant, 

Rev. Josiah Green

Psalm 103:2-3

Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits,

who forgives all your iniquity, who heals all your diseases