Register for Church this weekend

We're so excited to be back!

This weekend we have three services on Sunday morning at 8:30am, 10am & 11:30am. To ensure proper crowd control and cleaning, the building will open 15 minutes prior to the start of each service.

Important Info:

Each service will be conducted at a 40% capacity and require pre-registration–so please let us know if you are coming!

LP|Kids will have services during the 8:30am & 10am services. They have limited space for children’s services so all children participating in LP|Kids will also need to register, visit

Also, other requirements from the State of Massachusetts such as social distancing practices remain in effect as well.

There will be no refreshments available during the weekend services so feel free to bring your own coffee!

Masks are required. 

Gov. Baker has made some changes to the requirements for face coverings in public spaces. This change is to the previous requirement that allowed for people to not wear their mask if they were socially distanced. The new requirement is that everyone wear a mask, with exceptions for medical reasons, in public spaces regardless of distancing.

We are choosing to cling to the Word of God to “outdo one another in showing honor” (Romans 12:10) above ourselves. So we are not going to let the wearing of a mask be a stumbling block to the gospel.

Therefore, we are asking everyone to respect the new regulations (Romans 13) and to wear your mask from the time you enter the building, for public gatherings, until you exit the building.

Please note that, you should not attend services in person if any of the following are true:

– Have symptoms such as fever (100.0 and above) or chills, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, fatigue, headache, muscle/body aches, runny nose/congestion, new loss of taste or smell, or nausea, vomiting or diarrhea not related to other known factor.

– Been in close contact with an individual diagnosed with COVID-19.

– Been asked to self-isolate or quarantine by their doctor or a local public health official