While many of our normal ways of doing things have been affected, we can still be connected with one another during this time, which is vital to our mental health.
Attend a Sunday service - our in person services are setup to meet all of the current social distancing and safety requirements. This is a great way to have ongoing human connection in a safe and responsible way.
Tune into an online service - if you're not comfortable being in person yet, our online services are a great way to maintain a spiritual rhythm and connect with people virtually. You can receive prayer, talk with a pastor, learn about resources, and more during our online services.
Schedule a call with a Pastor - our pastors and staff are still available to you even if you can't see them in person! If you're struggling and need to talk with a pastor, just call our offices at 253-631-4163 and we will setup an appointment for you. This can be done via phone call or Zoom if you prefer a "face to face" conversation.
Download our church app - we are adding free resources each week for you and your family including reading plans, guided affirmations, services registration, kids content, podcasts, and more. This is also the best way to get real time updates on any changes.
Go beyond yourself - Volunteer in our community garden or at The Storehouse. Having a sense of meaning and purpose comes when we invest ourselves into something bigger than ourselves. These are two volunteer opportunities that can be done in a safe way. We also have community service opportunities in areas around the church. To get more information, email email@example.com.