Worship With Us
We are now offering in-person worship at the Tabernacle of Praise, with a limited number of attendees permitted. Per guidance from our governmental leaders, we would like to ensure that our services are conducted out of an abundance of caution. Therefore, we will require all attendees to pre-register to attend services weekly.
To ensure you are properly prepared for our modified style of worship, here are a few key things you can expect:
Order of Service
Until further notice, we will continue to use an abbreviated order of service. We will not include elements of our normal worship experience that increases the potential for contact, including moments with the children, congregational hymns, or fellowship. Services are expected to last approximately 75 minutes.
All attendees are required to wear a protective mask while on the church property. We will have a limited supply of masks available if you need one.
The number of attendees are limited to no more than 75 people in the church facility until recommendations from government or public health officials permits us to increase capacity.
Please enter through the main double-doors at the back of the sanctuary, and wait for a courtesy ministry members to escort you to a designated seat.
Attendees will strategically seat you at an appropriate distance away from other attendees not in your household. NOTE: members of the same household are permitted to sit together.
We will not pass around an offering plate nor have you walk around the offering table. Offering baskets will be located near entrances, where you can give your contributions before service begins. To limit the probability of physical contact, we encourage you to give online or drop your contributions in mail drop box outside of the main church entrance.
To help reduce the amount of particles in the air, we ask that you do not walk during the service unless absolutely necessary. We also ask that you refrain from entering the administrative, upstairs, Family Life Center, or kitchen areas of the church at all times.