Sunday Service FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Do you have a livestream?

A: The livestream begins at 11 AM each Sunday on Facebook Live. It can also be viewed on our website by clicking the button below.

Q: What are you service times?

A: The early service is at 8:30 AM. Late service is at 11 AM.

Q: Are masks required?

A: Yes. Per City of Seward Ordinance NO. 2020-33 all individuals 5 years and older need to wear a mask when they are in an indoor space open to the public.

Q: How are you handling seating?

A: We encourage everyone to sit with their own household and to leave two-three seats between you and the next household. Seats are sanitized between services.

Q: Do you offer Nursery, Childrenā€™s church, or Sunday school for my kids?

A: Nursery for 0-2 is offered during both services. Sunday School for all ages is at 9:45 AM. Nursery for 0-2 is will also be offered during the Sunday School hour. Children’s Church for 3-year-olds through 5th grade is offered during the 11 AM service. Children are dismissed from the main church service at 11:30 AM just following the music portion of the service. Follow the prompt on the screen.

Q: Do you offer Adult Classes on Sunday mornings?

A: Yes, Adult Bible classes are offered each Sunday at 9:45 AM.

Q: How do I give an offering?

A: The passing of the offering plates or any other item between parties are contrary to good health practices at this time as it would contribute to the spread of COVID-19 and is therefore not permitted. We have a drop box available on the side of the Welcome Desk in the foyer for your use as you enter or exit the building. You can also click the give button on the toolbar above to give online.

We encourage you to be discerning and consider DHHS guidelines which include: Those who are sick or at risk need to stay home. This includes: The elderly, people with underlying medical conditions, family members who live with elderly people or those who are at risk, people who have access to those at risk in nursing institutions, people who have upper respiratory or flu-like symptoms, people who live with someone with upper respiratory or flu-like symptoms, people with COVID-19 or live with someone with COVID-19, and people who have been exposed to someone with COVID-19.