Office Hours

Monday-Thursday  9am-4pm

Friday  CLOSED

 

Sunday

10:00am - 11:30am Worship

11:30am - 12:30pm Care Groups

1:30pm - 4pm Pickleball in the Family Life Center

 

Tuesday

Men's Prayer Breakfast - 7:00am at HILLTOP RESTAURANT in Monroe. Come and join us!

Tuesday Ladies' Bible Study - 9:30am in the church Sanctuary. Bring your own snack.

 

Wednesday

7:00pm Prayer Meeting (via Zoom) 

Covid-19 Safety Instructions

(Updated March 24, 2021)

Your elders are continuously evaluating the current Covid-19 situation. We are seeing a decrease in cases and hospitalizations in Union County and North Carolina yet we want to remain cautiously optimistic in order to keep the congregation safe. 

Starting Sunday, March 28, we will no longer be checking temperatures at the door. Face coverings will still be required and we continue to encourage proper hand hygiene. We also ask that if you are sick, please stay home. 

We understand that wearing masks can be uncomfortable and inconvenient. We are working to keep the thermostats at a comfortable temperature but only have a certain amount of control. Prepare for that by dressing in layers.

We understand that sometimes we need some “fresh air”. To assure everyone of safety and to facilitate comfort as best we can we ask that you follow these guidelines.

1.      While entering and leaving the building and as you greet one another face coverings are required. 

2.      During all times of singing face coverings are required except those leading on the platform who will keep extended distance from each other and the congregation. 

3.      During the message time, if you are non-symptomatic in any way including coughs or sneezing due to allergies or any other cause and you are distanced at least 6 feet from the people in front of you, you may remove your mask. 

Our goal is to follow the best understood guidelines. The information seems to change quite often and many people hear many reports that may or may not be accurate. We always want to maintain a safe and healthy environment for everyone. We need to be considerate of those with less health tolerance who may be more susceptible to this and other viruses. We also want to maintain a testimony to our community that we desire to protect them as well as ourselves.

We will not conform to forms of government oppression such as being held to different standards than the community at large. We will not eliminate group prayer or singing as some states have required. We will continue to meet and worship our Lord but always with the desire to honor God and all people as we do.

Thanks for your cooperation in these difficult times. Rest assured that God is working in amazing ways. We have the hope that people need. We are a testimony. Share this hope with your friends and neighbors.