Thinking of worshipping with us on Sunday?

We understand that COVID-19 is a real and dangerous threat to all.  We also recognize that the pandemic has challenged us on how we participate in corporate worship.  Your safety and health are at the top of our concerns, and have always abided by the Los Angeles Public Health Department protocols and guidelines.  So over the last year, we have met virtually in order to abide by government protocols, and to keep our congregation safe, however, we never intended that it would be a replacement to in-person worship.  We believe that worship is an essential activity to our spiritual and emotional well-being, just as going to the grocery store or other essential activities for our physical well-being.    Now that vaccines are rolling out, and the Public Health Department has lifted the ban on indoor worship we encourage everyone to join us for our Sunday worship at 11:00 am and participate in corporate worship.

Here are some safety protocols and guidelines to remember before joining:

  • If you are in a high-risk group or have pre-existing medical conditions, we encourage you to stay home and continue to watch the livestreamed services instead.
  • If you are sick or experiencing any symptoms such as fever, or sore-throat, please stay home and continue to watch the livestreamed services instead.
  • The church facilities is sanitized in the morning before our service.  This includes pews, door handles, and common surfaces.  We still recommend that you bring your own hand sanitizer.
  • All bathrooms have a maximum of 2 people at a time.
  • Hallways and corridors are one-way, please follow the arrows on the floor, and continue to maintain 6 feet physical distancing from others outside your household.
  • Face masks are required to enter in our church facilities, and must be worn at all times.
  • Before entering, you will be screened with temperature check and general health related questions.
  • The Sanctuary will have a reduced maximum number of occupants (31) due to physical distancing requirements.  We have several overflow rooms that will be used if we exceed maximum number.
  • We do not allow eating or drinking inside during this time.
  • All our fellowships and Bible studies will continue to remain virtual.  We will resume in-person meetings when it is safe to do so.