Remote Worship is held each Sunday at 9:30am on Zoom and Facebook.
Outdoor Services will be held at 11:00am on the following Sundays at the location noted:
March 7 - Griggstown Reformed Church
March 14 - Blawenburg Reformed Church
March 21 - Griggstown Reformed Church
Here is what to expect:
Remote Worship – 9:30am
These services include all the elements of a traditional, in-person worship service. You will always be able to rely on a remote worship service during the era of Covid-19!
Outdoor In-Person Services – 11:00am
Outdoor services are held each Sunday at 11:00am at alternating sites. See the schedule above.
If it rains, outdoor services will be canceled .
To attend you will need to bring your own lawn chair, wear a mask, dress appropriately for the weather, and commit to socially distancing from others attending the service.
Members of both congregations are welcome to attend outdoor services at both churches.
What to Expect at the Outdoor Services - “Silent Services”
The services are led by Rev. Jeff Knol at 11:00am.
They feature the same sermon that Pastor Jeff will preach for the corresponding remote worship services.
The services are shorter than the remote service, around 30 minutes, with an opening liturgy, scripture, sermon, congregational prayers, and a closing blessing.
These will be “silent services” meaning that only Pastor Jeff will be speaking during the services and there will be no congregational singing. Masks must be worn over your nose and mouth the entire time that you are on the church campus.
After the services, worshipers may stay to visit with masks still on standing at an appropriate distance.
This style of service has been deemed safest, as speaking and singing increases the likelihood of spreading the coronavirus. While the services will lack singing, they may include performed or recorded music.