We are a progressive, open and affirming congregation in the heart of the Ozarks that is seeking to build community, justice, and love.
As we continue to navigate the complexities of life under COVID-19, we remain committed to loving our neighbor by practicing safe social distancing.
Our worship services are outside only, on the front lawn of the church, every Sunday at 10:00 a.m. We call this “Lawn Chair Church,” and it’s been lots of fun having a chance to safely reconnect in person. If you are not able to attend Lawn Chair Church in person, you can still livestream our worship services here.
At Lawn Chair Church, we practice strict social distancing guidelines. Masks are required. Participants bring their own lawn chairs and sit at least six feet apart (those living in the same home can sit closer). We’d love to see you there and we appreciate you expressing care for neighbor by honoring best social distance practices!
Please note that most other church activities have moved online until further notice. When it gets too cold to worship outside, we will then announce the best options for moving forward. Be sure to follow our blog and subscribe to our newsletter to keep up with the latest activities and updates.
We use this blog to share details about upcoming events and activities. If you’re looking for our full website, it can be found here.
Letting us know if you’re able to help us work with Community Partnership of the Ozarks by volunteering to help with this winter’s socially-distanced crisis cold weather shelters by filling out this form. You can learn more about what it means to take turns volunteering for the cold weather shelters here.