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COVID-19 UPDATE ~ DRIVE IN SERVICE This coming Lord's Day, we will be having a drive-in service in the church parking lot at 10:45am (PT). Please tune your car radios to FM station 88.1 to be able to listen to the service more clearly from your cars. We will also be doing a Livestream of the sermon at the same time for those who need to stay home for health reasons or who do not yet feel comfortable yet joining us in the parking lot. The upstairs and downstairs back doors of the church will be unlocked so that access to upstairs and downstairs bathrooms is available to everyone during the service. The water & coffee station will be covered until further notice, so please plan on bringing your own drinks if needed for the time being.  more...

5/16/2020 - 5/31/2020 COVID-19 UPDATE ~ DRIVE IN SERVICE This coming Lord's Day, we will be having a drive-in service in the church parking lot at 10:45am! Please tune your car radios to FM station 87.5 to be able to listen to the service more clearly from your cars. We will also be doing a livestream of the sermon at 12:15pm PST, for those who do not feel comfortable coming to the drive-in service. Please note that because this service is being held in the parking lot of the church, we suggest that you arrive earlier than usual (10:15 or so?), as we will have to have everyone parked at least 6 feet away from each other. As we seek do this, we do have the following guidelines: Attendees are asked by the Governor to stay in their cars the entire time. We are shortening the service since Governor Inslee has asked that people not even get out of their cars to go to the bathroom. You are allowed to have your windows rolled down. We have ordered an FM transmitter, but it may not be here by Sunday. In that case, Pastor Toby will simply have a speaker, and we will hope for the best. You are encouraged by Governor Inslee to wear facemasks and any protective gear you deem necessary. There will be boxes by the exits marked "Offering," if you would like to leave your offerings there as you depart from the parking lot. We will hand out sheets with the lyrics for our worship songs as you come in. Elders/deacons handing them out will have gloves and masks. Please wave or nod, but do not shake their hands as you come in, as that would render their gloves soiled. Wcan't wait to see you again...even if it's just in your cars!  more...

This coming Lord's Day, we will be having our first ever drive-in service in the church parking lot! Pastor Toby will be preaching out of John 6:66-71, and we will sing "Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing" and Psalm 46. We will also be doing a livestream of the sermon at noon PST, for those who do not feel comfortable coming to the drive-in service. Please note that because this service is being held in the parking lot of the church, we suggest that you arrive earlier than usual (10:15 or so?), as we will have to have everyone parked at least 6 feet away from each other. As we seek do this, we do have the following guidelines: Attendees are asked by the Governor to stay in their cars the entire time. We are shortening the service since Governor Inslee has asked that people not even get out of their cars to go to the bathroom. You are allowed to have your windows rolled down. We have ordered an FM transmitter, but it may not be here by Sunday. In that case, Pastor Toby will simply have a speaker, and we will hope for the best. You are encouraged by Governor Inslee to wear facemasks and any protective gear you deem necessary. There will be boxes by the exits marked "Offering," if you would like to leave your offerings there as you depart from the parking lot. We will hand out sheets with the lyrics for our worship songs as you come in. Elders/deacons handing them out will have gloves and masks. Please wave or nod, but do not shake their hands as you come in, as that would render their gloves soiled. Please keep in mind that this is a work in progress. We will be working out a lot of new details this week, but can't wait to see you again...even if it's just in your cars!  more...

Right now our plans are to live stream our Sunday servies for Easter Sunday 4/12 through May 3rd.  The Governor's "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" order is set to expire on 5/4/2020. We will update you as that date gets closer if we will be able to once again meet in person on 5/10! Longing for that day when we can be together as a church family! Praying for each of you. more...

Our plan is to live stream only, no in-person service, Sunday 3/29/2020 & 4/5/2020 while our state is under a "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" order.  We will update the plan for Easter 4/12/2020 based on what the governing authrorities have in place at that time. The "Stay home, Stay Safe" order is set to expire on 4/8/2020 if it is not extended.  more...

Due to the limitiation for groups to meet set by our goverening authorities during this difficult time in our nations history, we will only be live streaming this Sunday's service. Pastor Toby will be preaching out of Luke 8:22-25 for our coming  Lord's Day, Madi and Toby will sing "It Is Well" and Psalm 46. Please plan on joining us for the livestream at 10:45 am, you can find the link below. more...

Dear church family,
The elder board of the church has been faced with some important decisions to make in light of the COVID-19 situation. As many of you know, the government is taking measures to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus, one of which is to forbid any and all gatherings of 250 or more. However, our local county government has also imposed some regulations on gatherings of smaller than 250 – regulations that include the requiring of our discouraging of the elderly from attending, and making sure that people aren’t closer than 6 feet from one another for more than 10 minutes. We are required to enforce these, and other, regulations if we meet – regulations that the board feels we are not prepared to enforce, as they are either difficult or impossible, given our circumstances and resources. We do not know how these regulations will be enforced, but we must assume that they will be enforced. For this reason, the board of elders has decided to make this coming Sunday’s service livestream only. This decision is made with the intent of protecting the well-being and health of our congregation and community. Please do plan on joining us online at 10:45 am on Sunday morning. We will be sure to post a link here on our church’s Facebook page. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email/private message any of the board members. more...

This coming Sunday, we will be holding a Pot Luck after service, and our Annual General Meeting. If you have been considering checking us out, the Pot Luck will be a great way to get to know some people (just turn up). The General Meeting is open to members and non-members alike. We'll be reviewing 2014 and planning 2015.   more...

On November 30th, wear an "Ugly Christmas Sweater", join us for a Pot-Luck, and then help decorate the Church ready for Christmas!   more...

The new website is almost live. We'll be adding new features to the website, some of which will require creating a website account and signing in to access.   more...