COVID-19 Guidelines for In Person Worship

What to Expect When You Come to Storyline

What should I expect when I show up on a Sunday morning?

You will be greeted and directed into the building from the parking lot to the front entrance doors, to the check in stations, and into the worship center. Our volunteers will be there to help you and your family get settled in.

COVID-19 Considerations.

    1. Showing symptoms. If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, please stay home.
    2. Entrance and Exit. Outside, the doors on the right side will be for entering, and those on the left with be for exiting. Going into the worship center, the doors on the right side will be for entering, the doors on the left side will be for exiting.
    3. Social Distancing. We will be practicing social distancing in the lobby and worship center.
    4. Masks. Face masks are required in the 9:00 a.m. service, strongly recommended for the 11:00 a.m. service.
    5. Restrooms. The lobby restrooms will be available for one family unit at a time.

 

 

 

 

Services begin promptly at 9 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. and each lasts about 60 minutes.

What do you offer for kids?

At Storyline, we believe that every story matters. We want all children – from birth to graduation – to gain a deep sense of meaning and purpose for their own stories as they learn about the great adventure God has been writing for centuries.

 

We encourage all families to attend worship services.  There will be no separate Children’s classes or childcare at this time!

We believe that every person
has a story and every story matters.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What should I wear?

We want you to wear whatever you feel comfortable in! You will see people in everything from jeans and t-shirts to slacks and dress shirts.

What denomination are you?

Our church community is made up of a melting pot of various church backgrounds and denominations. We are joined by one common denominator – Jesus is the reason we have life and is worthy of our allegiance and devotion. However, we voluntarily join with like-minded churches through our partnership and involvement with the Send Network of the North American Mission Board. As for our beliefs, we have a whole page explaining exactly what we, as a church, believe.

Why "Storyline"?

We believe that every person has a story and every story matters. As we study the Bible, we see that Jesus was a great storyteller and was intimately invested in the personal stories of each human He came in contact with. We believe He is still intimately invested in each of our stories – in each of yours. When our stories collide in the context of biblical community, something truly beautiful happens. We would love for you to be a part of it!

What are the "nuts and bolts" of what you believe?
What if I have more questions?

Periodically, we offer a “getting to know Storyline” class called Discover Storyline. You’ll get an opportunity to ask questions, interact with church staff and get to know other new faces at Storyline. Click here to sign up for an upcoming class.