Together We're Better

SUNDAY in-person OPPORTUNITy

We’re ready to welcome you to an in-person Sunday service!  Right now, we’re able to offer a limited number of seats, by reservation, to those who fall within the parameters listed below in our COVID-19 Service Attendance Guidelines. Thankfully, our campus is able to provide TWO locations (or venues) and service is streamed from our Sanctuary to our gKIDS Sanctuary Venue, allowing us to welcome more guests and family back to the building.

We’re also able to offer limited childcare and kids classes!  As with our sanctuary venues, class spots are by reservation, until capacity is reached. Our Mothers Suite, Coffee/Water, G-Fusions, Merch, drinking fountains, ice cream are not yet available, so you're encouraged to bring caffeine and water with you! Reservations for the upcoming Sunday service open at Noon Tuesday by clicking the link below.  We look forward to seeing you when you’re ready!
Reservations open at Noon Tuesday for the following Sunday service. 

The Garden's COVID-19 Service Attendance Guidelines

Because your care and safety are our highest concern: 
  • Self-screen for symptoms of Covid-19 before arriving at the church. Your temperature must be under 100.4°
  • Please stay home if you are not feeling well OR you, someone in your household may have been exposed to COVID-19 in the past 2 weeks, or you or someone in your household begin to experience symptoms associated with COVID-19 that are not associated with another previously diagnosed medical condition.
  • Face coverings are being required at all times while on the church property, from the time of arrival to the time of departure, with the following exceptions: Children age 2 and younger (parents should work with children under age 5 to wear a face-covering if possible, but it is not required); people who have disabilities that prevent them from comfortably wearing or taking off face coverings OR disabilities that prevent them from communicating while wearing face coverings; people who have respiratory conditions or breathing trouble; people who have been told by a medical, legal, or behavioral health professional not to wear face coverings; people who are communicating with others who are deaf or hard of hearing; those who are hosting, speaking, or leading worship in front of an audience may remove their mask for the time they are speaking as long as they are physically distanced from the crowd.
  • Wash your hands regularly. Hand sanitizer will be provided.
  • Maintain a distance of 6 ft. between families/households. Please keep your kiddos with you at all times. 
  • Those with underlying health concerns: We love you and encourage ANYONE with underlying health conditions to consider worshiping with us from home until they feel comfortable attending events with larger groups.