It has been a little over a year since Christ Our Savior returned to worship, and we have navigated many hurdles and discovered new opportunities as we dealt with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. We rejoice that God has remained faithful, and that we are able to continue gathering as a body of believers to worship him.

We face more changes as all orders regarding COVID-19 preventative measures were lifted on June 22, 2021. Our Return to Worship taskforce has made recommendations for how we can move our services toward “normal” considering these changes.

Here is an overview of our worship practices starting on Sunday, July 4:

  • Communion will be at the communion rail with the option of the common cup. In addition to the communion rail, “continuous line” communion will continue for the short term.
  • Seating will be open, except for two areas: the south transept and the last five rows of the north transept. These areas will still be marked with signs for seating in every other pew.
  • Wearing of masks will be left up to  individual discretion.
  • The nursery is open; however, it is self-serve. Audio of the service is streamed to the nursery.

We will continue to leave our offerings in the box at the back of the sanctuary.
Hand sanitizer stations are available throughout the building.
Our goal is to provide a safe environment for worship while keeping the focus on what really matters: God and his Word. Wherever your comfort level is, we hope that you find a way to worship with us.

We invite you to watch recorded services if you are unable to attend in person with us.