Drive In Worship will be in the North Parking Lot. Enter from the West, on 34th Ave NE and ushers will direct you where to park. After worship, ushers will direct cars to exit on 34th Ave NE Ave to the East [right].
What will worship be like?
Tune into the FM Station will have posted on signs to join our pastors and worship leaders for a 25 minute worship with music, message, prayer, and participation opportunities in your car. We will be offering communion on the first Wednesdays of the month.
Will there be News To Note, Order of Worship, or coloring pages for the kids?
These will be available digitally online before worship to download or print at home. We cannot safely provide paper handouts at this time.
Can I bring my offering? If you wish to share your offering at worship, it will be collected when you enter or exit the lot rather than during worship. Please have your offering ready at those times. Online offering remains available and you can always use the Venmo mobile app – @NativityLutheran
Will you be offering communion?
Yes! On the first Wednesday of the month will be offering communion as part of worship. The elements will be pre-packaged and administered by our Pastors and/or Deacon Intern. You are welcome to bring your own elements or refrain from participating as well.
Will the building be open? The church building will remain locked with no access to the restrooms, please plan accordingly.
Can I walk or bike in and sit on a lawn chair?
Yes, there will be space for you to bring your own lawn chair up front. Masks are required. Family units will be socially distanced from each other.
What if I’m picking up my kid from NCFC?
We ask that you first follow their pick up procedures to pick up your child and then drive around to the North Lot for worship.
What if I’m feeling ill? If you don’t feel well or if you have any symptoms of illness, including fever or cough, please stay home for the safety of us all. We will be live-streaming worship on Facebook and will have a recording posted on the website for later viewing.
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