Learning How to do Church

During this time of uncertainty we all have so many questions about what our day-to-day lives are going to look like. Adjusting to new norms and trying to find ways to gather as the body of believers has been difficult for everyone. It also presents our church and countless others with an important question; "What does church look like in the time of COVID-19?"

HOW TO JOIN OUR

SUNDAY WORSHIP

The reopening of Washington state has given us the freedom to return to safe forms of in person gatherings. We have a responsibility to encourage safe practices during this time, but we also have a responsibility to be gathering with the body of believers as Christ told us to do. 

To ensure that our congregants stay safe we provide masks, handwashing stations, and we make sure that all seating is separated to allow for 6 feet between pews. It is very important that those coming wash their hands on entry and wear a mask while gathering.

For those that are not able to come to our in person services we live stream all of our services to YouTube. This provides an alternative to those at higher risk to the virus who wish to remain home. To watch, all you have to do is go to our YouTube channel.

SMALL GROUPS DURING SOCIAL DISTANCING

Our small groups have had some variations of comfort level for gathering. At this point both our men's group and young adults group are meeting in person as well as online with COVID safety protocols in place. However our women's small group has opted to remain online only for the time being.

For the zoom links to all of our small groups please follow the links below!

Women's Group | First and Third Tuesdays | 7:00 PM

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Men's Group | First and Third Tuesdays | 6:45 PM
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Young Adults | Thursdays | 7:00 PM

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CONTACT US FOR ASSISTANCE

We understand that these changes won't be easy. Learning how to worship together during this time is hard. If you need any help we would love to assist you! Please contact us office@therocklbc.org or by phone at (206) 783-4161.