Coming Back to Church
God be praised that Jesus instituted, for us, the Holy and Sacred Meal of His body and blood! Please note the new times for Sunday in-person worship services with the Lord’s Supper.
- We have two services on Sundays at 8:00 am and 11:00 am.
- The number of participants will not be limited.
We want our sanctuary to be as safe as possible for all in attendance.
What to Expect
Here is what to expect and what is expected of you when you come for the Lord’s Supper.
- Regarding Masks:
- Masks are optional. (We are following recommended policy for Travis County restaurants.)
- You will find a service folder on a podium in the narthex.
- The Lord’s Supper will be available – both common cup and individual.
Questions and Answers
How will everything be cleaned and prepared? Pastor and the Elders have been planning to make sure the sanctuary and service are as safe as possible.
What about masks? Masks are optional.
Will the restrooms be open? Yes.
Can the children come to church? Children are very welcome and encouraged.
Will the online services continue? Yes. We will still premiere our video service of the word on Sunday mornings, and will still have our zoom Bible Class at 9:30 am. Wednesday Evening Prayer and Bible Class will also continue as “normal” at 6:30 pm.
What if all the services are full? There is currently no limit on attendance.
What if I have health considerations that would currently make it unwise for me to attend Sunday morning services? Pastor will also have times available for individuals or families to come for communion. Contact the church office. If traveling to church presents a problem for you due to traffic or health concerns, please contact the church office and Elsa will help schedule a home visit from Pastor Wolfmueller. Click here for all the latest announcements.