Plan for Returning to Indoor Worship on Sunday Mornings:

Dear Church,   

During our monthly meeting in September, the deacon body voted to return to Sunday morning worship on November 1st.  This decision was made after much prayer and discussion amongst our deacons and staff.

We will begin with one worship service only at 9 am in our MMC (gym) with an overflow area available at this same time in our sanctuary. Please note that we will be abiding by the same protocol and restrictions (see below) we have been following in our Wednesday night gatherings.

If you are a part of our at-risk population (please see the most up-to-date information on those at-risk at or simply do not feel comfortable returning to indoor worship at this time, we invite you to continue to worship from home.  We will continue to stream our Sunday morning worship services through Facebook live as we return indoors.

Thank you for your continued prayer and support of our staff and deacon body as we daily seek the Lord's guidance during this pandemic.

Remember the Lord WILL get us through this as we keep our eyes on Jesus!

Your Pastor and Deacon Chairman,


Bro. Kevin, Pastor (270-225-0380)

Nathan Brothers, Deacon Chairman (270-543-4357)    

  • If you are among those considered "at risk" for potential complications related to Co-vid 19 (please see the most up to date information on these risks at, we encourage you to stay safe by continuing to worship at home through Facebook Live.
  • Upon arrival (please enter through MMC (gym) front doors), you will be greeted by volunteers who will open the doors for you 15 minutes before the service begins.
  • Masks will be required.
  • To ensure the health and safety of those who gather to worship, temperature checks will be taken before entrance.
  • Seating in our MMC and sanctuary will be arranged in a safe, socially distant manner, with at least 6 feet between each family.  This safe distance will be achieved in our sanctuary by leaving every other pew open.
  • Only one person in the restroom at a time.
  • Please exit our church facility promptly as service is dismissed.  While we dearly miss our normal opportunities for fellowship after service, the less we linger in close proximity with others, the safer our gatherings can be held.
  • Stay positive (Philippians 4:8).  The Lord WILL get us through this as we keep our eyes on Jesus.