Let’s get together.
We are excited to resume in-person gatherings as part of our weekly Sunday worship experience beginning November 21. We will return to Commonhouse Aleworks in Park Circle and gather in their outdoor space. We will also continue to live stream the service to our Facebook and YouTube pages with moderators ready to welcome you however you choose to be with us on Sunday morning!
What to expect during worship
Worship services at Commhouse are held outdoors in the Commonground gathering area of Commonhouse Aleworks. We will meet there, regardless of temperature or weather. The gathering space has tents covering three rows of tables and some tabletop hand warmers. We will have a few heaters as well. Bundle up if you come –– we’ll be there for you!
We strongly encourage everyone to wear a mask, especially those who are unvaccinated or in a household with a vulnerable person.
We strongly encourage physical distancing between people who are not in the same household. We will have plenty of hand sanitizer and extra masks available. Three tables with special signage will be set aside for those who need or prefer extra space.
We will celebrate the sacrament of communion every week. We will have individually packaged elements to give to those who worship with us in person.
Through the end of 2022, our children’s spiritual formation team will have activities for children and families that can be completed at the seats of the families. Children and their caregivers can come to the children’s tent, receive the supplies, and return to their seats. Click here to learn more about our program offerings for children and families.
Commonhouse is closed to the public during our worship services and no food or drink is sold. You are welcome to bring your own coffee and breakfast. At 11 a.m., Commonhouse opens for brunch. You are invited and encouraged to stay after worship and visit with others; food or beverage purchases are optional.
- Commonhouse is a wheelchair-accessible venue. There are no steps to entry (ramps are provided) and a variety of seating is available, including firm chairs with arms.
- Parking is limited near the building. There is a large, flat parking lot across the street from Commonhouse with handicapped parking spaces.
- Bathrooms are available inside Commonhouse; all-gender restrooms and restrooms with changing tables are provided. They are also wheelchair accessible.
- We have a variety of accessibility equipment available at the welcome tent, including earplugs, ear defenders, chairs with arms, gloves, and blankets.
- Our communion is served with gluten-free wafers and unfermented grape juice.
- If you or anyone in your household is ill, please worship from home.
- When you arrive, you can scan the QR codes at the welcome table and on the picnic tables to sign in.
- If you or anyone in your household who attended worship tests positive within 14 days of a worship gathering, please send an email to email@example.com immediately. We want to support you and your household needs during this time.
Our online Coffee Hour on Zoom will continue to be offered after worship. People attending in-person or online are encouraged to join the Zoom room to continue the conversation we began during worship. Click here to join our Sunday morning Coffee Hour. Coffee hour will be led by a pair of trained moderators who are prepared to guide the conversation and ensure a meaningful experience for all!