We are so excited to worship with you in person at our Manassas and Winchester locations, and kids ministry is now available at our Manassas location at the second service. We’re working hard to create a safe Sunday worship experience in accordance with the guidelines set by the CDC.
Sunday in-person service times. Registration is not currently required.
No registration required
No registration required
Do I need to register?
No, you do not currently need to register in advance for services. Our check-in team will be at the door to check you in when you arrive. Please be ready to give them the names of everyone in your party.
Do I need to check in when I arrive?
Yes. Our check-in team will be at the door to check you in when you arrive. Please be ready to give them the names of everyone in your party.
Why do I need to check in?
We closely monitor the number of people in the auditorium during every service, and Check-In is the way we keep track of that number. Our Check-In team lets us know when a service is full so we can redirect people to overflow seating. In addition, Check-In enables us to generate a list of attendees on any given Sunday in case we need to communicate important safety information or updates to them during the week. (All contact information we collect is confidential and used only for communicating directly to our attendees; it will not be released to anyone outside the church or without authorization to access it.)
WHERE WILL WARRENTON CAMPUS BE MEETING?
At this time, we are not able to provide full services at Fauquier High School. Although we wanted to re-enter all three of our campuses at the same time, we believe that re-entering Manassas and Winchester is best for us at this time. We invite our Warrenton Campus family to worship with us at Manassas or Winchester, whichever is more convenient for you.
WHAT ABOUT KIDS MINISTRY?
WHAT SANITATION MEASURES WILL BE IN PLACE?
Our team will frequently disinfect surfaces throughout the building, and we will sanitize the auditoriums between services. Hand-sanitizing stations will be placed throughout the buildings. Water fountains and coffee stations will not be available at this time, but we will have bottled water available in the lobbies. All seat-back materials, papers, and pens will be removed.
WHAT ABOUT FACE COVERINGS?
In accordance with current VA executive orders, face coverings are required during services. Face coverings will be made available for you as you walk in the door. In order to help facilitate a safe environment, our staff and Serve Team will be wearing face coverings as they serve.
WHAT IF I AM CONSIDERED “HIGH RISK”?
If you or someone in your family is considered “high-risk” for severe illness, we encourage you to continue worshiping with us online.
WHAT IF I DON’T FEEL COMFORTABLE COMING IN PERSON YET?
- In the last 14 days you have tested positive, been experiencing symptoms, or have been exposed to COVID-19.
- If you are in a “high-risk” group, or you care for someone who may be at “high risk” for severe illness.
WHAT ABOUT SMALL GROUPS?
We just launched our new semester of small groups and they will continue with in-person, virtual, and hybrid groups. In-person small groups will follow the guidelines laid out by our government and health authorities. That being said, we encourage people to continue engaging in our virtual small groups and to use necessary precautions by not attending an in-person small group if you are immuno-compromised, feel sick, have a fever or have been around someone with symptoms. Our small group leaders and attendees will be updated with all the latest guidelines and regulations.
WHAT ABOUT OTHER EVENTS IN OUR BUILDINGS?
The only permitted use of our buildings are Sunday services, next generation ministry, conferences and outreach. At this time, the building will be closed for outside groups, rentals, and small groups.