Let's stay well together! Below is all you need to know about how we're ensuring safe in-person gatherings.

Please read the following important information:

We are offering two on-campus services on Sunday mornings – 9:00 am, and 10:30 am. Due to COVID-19 concerns, we will be limiting our worship center capacity. For those unable to attend in-person, we are also live-streaming the 10:30 service on youtube.

Before deciding to attend an in-person gathering:

Be sure to ask the following questions on behalf of your entire family/group before attending in-person.

• Do you have any of the following: fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat?

• Have you come into close contact (within 6 feet) with someone who has a laboratory-confirmed COVID – 19 diagnoses in the past 14 days?

If you answered yes to either of these questions or for any other reason do not yet feel comfortable returning to campus, we strongly encourage you to attend our 10:30am Livestream online church service.


Please enter the church building through the front main Worship Center doors. This will allow us to control the flow of traffic and limit the number of areas needed to be sanitized between services. However, the side (East and West) Worship Center doors will be available for exit.

Once you enter, a team member will direct you in locating a seat/seats.


Our facilities team will work to ensure that we can maintain the highest levels of cleanliness possible. Hand sanitizers will be readily available. Our church staff and volunteer team will clean and disinfect frequently contacted surfaces following each service.


Due to the state mandate, face coverings are currently required for all attendees (with some exceptions made for age and medical conditions). Please plan to bring and wear a mask. We will also have a supply on hand for those who may need one.


Restrooms in the lobby will be available for use and team members will be on hand to clean throughout the morning.


In order to maintain at least 6 feet between families and/or individuals, the pews will be marked and designated so as to account for social distancing. Members of the same household will be allowed to sit together.

Entering and Exiting

We ask that each person attending be mindful and respectful of other’s space at all times — especially when not seated. A directed, systematic dismissal plan will take place at the conclusion of each service.


As part of our effort to limit touchpoints, offering plates will not be passed during our services at this time. Offering envelopes and boxes will be available in the lobby and at the exits. Of course, you may also give online at shadowhills.org/give .