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Christians have been gathering to worship Jesus together for thousands of years, and we are so glad to be able to continue that tradition as a church. It is a gift to be able to join together in person, and we want to steward that gift well. We recognize that the guidelines we’ve put in place are not what everyone would prefer, but it’s important that we lay aside our preferences for the good
of the body of Christ.

We are now offering two services with limited capacity on Sundays at 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Our TVC at Home livestream will be available during the 10:30 a.m. service.
We love you, but please stay home! If you or someone in your household is exhibiting symptoms, we ask that you do not come to service. In addition, if you or someone you’ve been in close contact with has tested positive for COVID-19, please do not attend services for 14 days following your most recent interaction with them.
Yes, our giving boxes in the Worship Center will be open and available for you to place checks and envelopes.
Yes, you will need to reserve a seat for everyone in your household who will be attending each in-person service. Note: You do not need to reserve a seat for your baby if they’ll be sitting in your lap.
Reservations will open at 12 p.m. the Wednesday before services.
If you or your household are unable to attend the service and wish to give up your seat reservations, please reply to your confirmation email and let us know.
When you reserve your seats for a service, you will receive a confirmation email. Be sure to save this email as you will need to show it to a volunteer when you arrive at our campus. Your entire party will need to be present before we can seat you.
Doors will open 30 minutes before our service starts (45 for the first few weeks).
No, you and your household will be seated by an usher once you enter the Worship Center. To maintain safe social distancing, we will leave two seats open between your household and the party next to you. If you wish to sit next to someone outside your household, you will need to stand with them in line before coming in, but we may be unable to accommodate every request.
At this time, we will not be offering Little Village or Kids Village at our campus. You are more than welcome to bring your kids into service with you—we love worshiping with little ones! We will have a few things for your kids as you come in and will also be playing TVC Kids video lessons on the screen in the Worship Center in the 30 minutes before service starts. We will continue to produce these weekly videos, which can be found on our Kids ministry page.

Please note: Both the Nursing Room and Family Room will not be open at this time. Changing pads will be available in the restrooms.
Yes. In order to protect those entrusted to us, masks will be required for anyone over the age of 10 while inside the building. While we recommend the same for children ages 5–9, they will not be required. We recognize that this is not everyone’s preference, but we strongly believe that it is vital for continuing in-person services.
Yes! We value corporate worship, and we want to lift up our voices together to praise God. Please note that masks will be required for the duration of the service.
While we recognize and affirm the importance of celebrating the Lord’s Table together, we do not believe it is wise at this time to offer communion during our in-person services. We encourage you to remember the broken body and shed blood of Jesus by partaking in communion with your family or Home Group in a safe environment.
After our service concludes, we will dismiss by sections and utilize two exits to avoid congestion. It’s important that you remain seated until an usher directs you to an exit.

Once you have exited the Worship Center, you will need to continue on and exit the building as well. We believe that some of the most important parts of attending church happen before and after services as you connect with others, but please be considerate and continue your conversations outside, where proper distancing can occur.
We know that because of our limited capacity and other factors, not all of us will be able to gather on campus for some time. To address this, we’ve rolled out a new gathering strategy called Church in Homes, where you can find sacred space to worship with others in your neighborhood.