Worship Schedule & Guidelines During the Pandemic
Subject to Change
Weekly services will continue to be recorded and posted on the web site
In April, we do also plan on moving back to a more “normal” worship schedule in a phased approach. We will begin with in person service in the sanctuary on first and third Sundays and following Wednesdays, while having communion only services on the 2nd and 4th Sundays and following Wed (5th will be communion service).
Communion Only Services
Communion-only services (by sign-up) will continue to be offered on Sunday mornings (@ 8:30am, 9:30am, and 10:30am) and Wednesday evenings (@ 5:30pm and 6:30pm).
Standard COVID practices observed (Masks and physical distancing)
Call for reservation (608-356-3230)
- Only main doors open 15 minutes before service
No fellowship hour inside church
No nursery access
No kid bags
WORSHIP SERVICES (when regular schedules resume)
September - May Summer (Memorial through Labor Day)
Sunday: 8:30 AM Traditional Sunday: 9:00 AM
Sunday: 10:30 AM Praise Wednesday: 7:00 PM
Wednesday: 7:00 PM Praise
A typical worship service is about an hour in length. Whether traditional or contemporary, our worship follow this typical flow:
Gathering - Gathering Song(s), Confession and Forgiveness, and Prayer of the Day
Word - Scripture, Sermon, Sermon song, Creed, Prayers, and Sharing of the Peace
Meal - Offering, Thanksgiving, Lord's Prayer, and Holy Communion
Sending - Blessing, Sending Song, and Dismissal
Children of all ages are encouraged to come to worship.
Activity bags are available for your use, located just outside the sanctuary.
When a Children's Message is offered, encourage your young one to come forward. If they are too shy to come forward on their own, feel free to come up with them.
We know there are times when a Cry Room is helpful for you.
The Cry Room is located just outside the sanctuary - there you can watch and hear the service.
The sacrament of Holy Communion is central to our life together. It is celebrated every time we gather for worship. All are welcome! It is the Lord's meal - he is both host and meal. It is he who invites you to share in this meal of grace.