Sunday Mornings


For the remainder of the month of May - May 16th, 23rd, and 30th - we will be holding outdoor services at Sommers Farm (4061 Herbertsville Rd. in Wall Township) @ 10am.

For those coming in person: Bring Your Own Everything (lawn chair, blanket, bible, etc.). *Since we are meeting outside, masks are not required, unless you come forward for prayer (see below for more details on our Covid precautions). 

For our online community: We will continue to stream our service to our three platforms: 



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Pull into the driveway and drive through the gate and find a space on the lawn. 


We will provide classroom space for Kids (infants through 5th grade). They will learn lessons that coorespond with our Sunday sermons so that there can be cross-generatioal discussions on the way home and around the dinner table.

Age groups will be broken down into the following:

* Infants & Toddler Class (up to 3yrs. old) 

* Pre-School & Elementary Class (3yrs. up to 5th grade)

*Parents are also welcome to keep their kiddos with them in service if they are more comfortable with that. 


We believe that one of the best ways to “love your neighbor” is to not get them sick. That means we will put the health and safety of the vulnerable ahead of benefits to the healthy. That is why we’ve created these safety protocols for our Sunday gatherings. Please read through them so you know what you can expect from us, and what we are asking of you.

Our Executive Team will be reviewing and evaluating these protocols on a regular basis, updating them as the law allows / demands and as we deem necessary. 


1. Self-Check Health Assessment

We’re asking YOU to self-check for COVID-19 symptoms (cough, fever, chills, muscle pain, difficulty breathing, sore throat, loss of taste or smell) and risk factors before attending any service. Please stay home if you are feeling unwell or if you’ve been in contact with anyone with COVID-19 in the last 14 days (unless you have been vaccinated, in which case quarantine rules do not apply). 

2. Travel Advisory List 

If you have traveled to a state that is on the current advisory list (see here for latest updates) we ask that you obey the law and stay clear of church gatherings for 14 days -  UNLESS you are able to get tested and have a negative result after being home for at least 4 days (tests taken prior to the 4th day after returning home are not dependable, as there is an incubation period). 

**While our church leaders are not taking on the role of "Travel Gestapo," if we become aware of someone who has been traveling and who is either not aware of the quarantine law or not abiding by it, we are legally required to speak up. 

3. Masks

Since we are meeting outside, masks are not required. However, for those who come forward to receive prayer from our leadership team, we ask that you wear a mask during that interaction.

4. Social-Distancing

While many people in our churh have either been vaccinate or have had the virus, we still ask that everyone keep an appropriate & respectful distance.



What's Up with all the Jesus Love Songs?
We know, singing can be a little weird, especially for men. This is because singing to someone is a very vulnerable thing. But that’s exactly why the bible tells us to do it – because it is one way that we express our dependence and devotion to God. So bear with us. And if you see anyone raising their hands, don’t freak out. They’re simply doing what football fans do when their team scores a touchdown – celebrating.

What Should I Wear?
Whatever is most comfortable for you. Whether it’s a Hawaiian shirt with flip flops or an Armani suit, it doesn't matter to us.

Will I Feel Pressured to Give Money?
We hope not. We receive offerings, but we don’t want anyone giving out of obligation or because they feel pressured. No religious-guilt money here!

If I Don’t Like It, Can I Get Up and Leave?
Of course! 

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