We are pleased to announce that we will begin on-site worship services on Sunday, July 5 by reservation only. We have worked hard to have things ready and in place so that  we can open up with confidence. At this point, our plans to resume on-site worship and ministry events will need to be held lightly and continually be reevaluated as new information comes to light. For quite some time, we are assuming, we will all need to stay flexible and adapt to whatever the emerging realities are at the time. 

View our protocol for on-campus participation here

Make your reservations for our Sunday, July 12 service here

Make your reservations for our Sunday, July 19 service here

You can learn more about what an on-site church service will look like by viewing the video below. 

Ultimately, in deep humility, we seek a higher authority in our discernment and decision-making together. As we seek to maintain our unity in Christ, we believe that God will guide our steps and direct our paths in a way that is uniquely designed for us, and that we can fully trust in His timing for our lives and for our church.

Phase Details

Check out the “Phased Re-Entry Infographic” for more details.

This helpful graphic gives more details about our anticipated phases of re-entry into our building. We are currently in Phase 2. 

Click the image to enlarge. .

Our church office is now open: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 AM to 2 PM, or by appointment.   

“So then we pursue the things which make for peace

and the building up of one another.”

(Romans 14:19)

At Faith Cov we are committed to maintaining the unity of our church as a sign of the Spirit of Christ among us (Ephesians 4:1-3). In spite of the challenges we face, we believe we have an opportunity to demonstrate the love and grace of Christ in how we navigate these troubled waters together. Rather than reacting to the world around us, we believe that we can take a position of leadership in our community by demonstrating a biblical and Christlike approach at each step on our journey.

We love you all deeply. We know that everyone in our church is longing to be together again as soon as possible. However, we also feel the huge weight of responsibility to care for God’s people as wise stewards of the gifts God has given us. Each person in our faith community is a treasured gift from God and so we take the health and care of each person seriously. Therefore, we do not make these decisions lightly or in a vacuum and we invite your ongoing input and participation along the way.