Moving Back to Two Services

Hi Friends,

If you attended church last week, either virtually or in person, you heard the announcement that we are going back to holding two services Sunday mornings -- one at 9 am and one at 11 am starting on Sunday, October 11!

By God’s grace, more and more of you are returning to in-person services as you feel comfortable. God has been abundantly gracious to us with many new families and people coming to check out and plug into our church. As a result, we opened up limited Ninos children’s ministry a few weeks back and added the 3rd - 5th-grade room a couple of weeks later. We also have families in attendance during service as well.

As we prepare to go back to two services, here are a couple of assurances and reminders. Nothing has changed with rules around church gatherings from a government perspective --  we must continue to abide by our Re-Gathering Guidelines ( in order for us to meet safely. This will include sanitizing high traffic areas between services.

Ninos will be offered at both services for potty trained three year olds to 2nd grade children with 3rd to 5th grade ministry offered only at the 9 am service.

RSVPs for Ninos will open weekly at noon (12 pm) every Thursday.

Please RSVP for Ninos and/or your own attendance HERE -

If you have any questions about our in-person gatherings, please reach out to

While I have your attention I want to specifically invite you to join us for Vision Night on October 14th. We will begin at 6:30 pm and, along with other news, will be announcing the location of the facility that we now have under contract to purchase and are planning to move to in 2021.

The first half of our evening will be at our current location (4700 San Mateo) and then we will all travel to our new location around 7:15 pm to have a quick tour and then a time of prayer. We hope to conclude by 8 pm. Childcare will be provided while we are in the San Mateo building.

Please join us for this historically important evening in the life of our church!

May the Lord bless you all deeply,

Pastor Ryan






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