In this exciting pre-plant season we are gathering as a church on an alternating scheduel each week. We would love to have you join us for our Saturday Night Gathering @ 7p one week and for our Sunday Morning Gathering @ 10am the alternating week.
Saturday Nights we gather at Mountain View Alliance Church to celebrate the Eucharist in a time of corporate worship and teaching. NOTE: Currently we are gathing on Zoom due to regional Covid-19 Regulations. Email us for the link - we'd love to have you join us!
To join us in person we'd ask that you register using the link below. We are seeking to ensure a manageable number of people at any given time in light of the current Covid-19 situation.
Here's what you can expect on a Saturday night:
We encourage you to come as you are! When you arrive you'll be greeted at the door by our team. They will make sure you're aware of our current covid precautions, answer any questions you might have about the night, and help you to orient yourself in the building.
At 7pm we'll start the evening in a time of prayer and sung worship. Part way through someone will be sharing a message from the Bible, and then we will celebrate the Eucharist (communion) together. When we celebrate the Eucharist we share in a beautiful liturgy taken from the 2019 Book of Common Prayer. The liturgy will be available in print form and projected during the service, but if you'd like to familiarize yourself with the liturgy we encourage you to download it using the link below.
If you have any questions about our gathering please don't hesitate to let us know in person or by email
Saturday nights we will be gathering at Mountain View Alliance Church. We will be keeping attendance to 50 people, and seating is spaced out to allow for physical distancing. We are also committed to following these recommended measures in order to keep our community safe and healthy:
Serving the Eucharist
When we celebrate the Eucharist together you will be invited to come to the table one household at a time. Father Chad will serve bread dipped in wine to all baptized Christians. Those on a journey toward baptism will be invted forward for a prayer of blessing.
Note: Father Chad and anyone involved in serving at the Table will be wearing a mask. Additionally they will be sure to use hand sanitzier prior to serving.