This Sunday

THIS SUNDAY: Feb. 28th, 2021

Please Note the following:

*Please check back throughout the week for any and all updates*

Worship services will be indoors. The first service will be at 8:30 am and the second will be at 10:00 am.

It is strongly encouraged that members and visitors take advantage of the      8:30 am service. There is plenty of room and this will help eliminate the possibility of overcrowding.


  • We will be recognizing Baptist Women's Day in both services.
  • The worship service this week will be indoors.
  • There will be two (2) services: 8:30 am and 10:00 am.
  • Tune your radios to FM 87.9 to hear the services in the parking lot.
  • This week's 10:00 am service will be livestreamed. To access the livestream, visit the church's HOME PAGE and it will be under "Current Sermon" (You can access it from any computer, tablet, smart phone or smart device.) 
  • Youth will meet in Youth Haven at 10:00 am.
  • Youth Choir will meet at 4:30 pm in the fellowship hall.
  • If you are visiting with us, we ask that you take a moment to fill out our digital visitor's card located here.


  • *Sunday School literature for the next quarter (beginning in March) will be available at the South Portico. Please stop by and pick yours up. ~Thank you, Vera.
  • *Discussions are being held by leadership and as of right now, it is leadership's goal to resume in-person Sunday School on Sunday, Mar. 14th. As details are being worked out and preparations are being made, they will be passed along. We look forward to a welcome back celebration! 


  • Food and drink are not allowed in the sanctuary.
  • Please keep feet off the pews and try to refrain from using the pew as a napkin.
  • No one will be permitted in the church building without a mask.
  • Masks must be worn properly which includes covering the nose and mouth.
  • All persons over the age of 5 are required to wear a mask and it is recommended that children 2-4 years old wear a mask (the church has children's mask available if you do not have one.)
  • If you are outside and, in any group, consisting of members not of your household, you must wear a mask.
  • We have masks available should you forget to bring yours.
  • If you have a medical condition that prevents you from wearing a mask, please see an Usher or Deacon for assistance.
  • If you choose not to wear a mask or to wear it properly while inside the church, you will be politely asked to leave the building. You can listen to the service from the comfort of your vehicle or conduct church business when you return with a mask.
  • These guidelines apply to any gatherings, visitors, meetings and employees.
    • Social distancing practices will be followed and monitored. We ask that you voluntarily comply with the 6 ft guideline when interacting with others and do not congregate in groups.
    • Please be mindful when sitting in pews. Only sit with members of your household. Keep 6 ft distance between your family & yourself and others.
    • Do not stand in the isles.
    • Do not move, rearrange, use as fans, etc. the DO NOT SIT signs.
    • Please use ONLY the two entrances into the sanctuary - the main front doors and the doors nearest to the north portico. (Marty is responsible for the choir so the choir must follow his instructions for entering the sanctuary.) Please refrain from using any other door or entrance to the church or sanctuary (Staff and Mr. Glenn are authorized to use the South entrance to the church as pre-authorized.)
    • The maximum emergency occupancy is 150 in the lower sanctuary and 30 in the balcony. This includes choir, staff, sound & lighting, members & guests, ushers, etc. An accurate count will be made upon entry and once capacity is reached; no persons will be allowed entry.
    • We will have hand sanitizer at the two approved entries to the sanctuary.
    • If you happen to be running late, the above still applies.


  • Music will be led by Rev. Marty Spena. 
  • The Deacon of the Week this week is Mr. George Lott.
  • For those in the parking lot, there will be a drop off clearly marked and/or a usher or deacon collecting your tithe/offering at the end of the service.
  • If you are visiting with us, we ask that you take a moment to fill out our digital visitor's card located here.

DISCLAIMER: As we transition back into the sanctuary, we ask that you keep in mind everything is not 100% complete. We already know there is the possibilty we may experience some technical difficulties and some features are not operational. We ask that you take this under consideration and be patient. We are grateful to be this far along and have the opportunity to move back into our beautiful sanctuary. We will be working as quickly and safely as possible to correct, install and continue to move forward. We just ask for your understanding, grace and willingness to "go with the flow."


We hope to see you this Sunday!