We are beginning hybrid worship and invite you to join us via Zoom or in-person at 10:30am on Sundays.

Everyone is welcome, near and far.

For details on how to join us via Zoom, please email Pastor Aaron at aaron@rescov.org.

For in-person worship pre-registration is required, though please feel free to check as late as Sunday morning to see if spaces remain. Currently our capacity is 20 and we are excited to welcome you!

You can register at the links below.

***Please note: It is important that you cancel your reservation if you are unable to attend. This allows others who may have wanted to attend to register. You may email aaron@rescov.org to cancel.

By signing-up you indicate that you are not currently sick and have not been knowingly exposed to COVID-19. If you are in an at-risk group, please remember that staying home may be the best way to care for yourself and others.

Please arrive early enough to complete the necessary steps before entry.

Please have your face mask on before you approach the location.

Everyone age 3 and older will need to wear a face mask for attendance. We will have a supply of disposable masks in case you do not have access to one.

Enter via the glass doors on Marshfield Ave.

You will be asked to sign-in to indicate your attendance and that you re-affirm the symptom screening questions you answered when you signed up. All sign-in sheets will be securely stored at ResCov and will only be accessed if necessary for contact tracing.

We are a church that seeks the global face of Christ while putting ourselves into that ancient story that continues into God’s unfolding future. Sermons are typically rooted in the rhythm of the church year with its seasons of Advent, Epiphany, Lent, Easter, Pentecost, and Ordinary Time yet relevant to contemporary life.

We sing ancient and modern songs, pray the liturgy from our hearts, and always find ourselves rooted in the gospel. Come as you are to worship our triune God and enter into the story of hope, redemption, justice, liberation, peace, and joy.