Located in South Tampa and witnessing to the love of God for over 90 years. Committed to a neighborhood presence, worldwide outreach and a deep heritage of Christian faith.

In-Person Worship

The option of in-person worship services is offered every Sunday at 7:30am (20-minute service in the Sanctuary with a short meditation) and at 9am (Connection/Contemporary with music) in the Sanctuary, and at 11am in the Sanctuary (Traditional Service with music), and at 6pm in the Courtyard (30-minute service with communion), even as our online services continue.

Starting August 1, 2021, we will have a change in worship times and spaces:
*8:30am Traditional Service in the Sanctuary
*9am Connection (Contemporary) Service in the Gym
*11am Traditional Service in the Sanctuary
*6pm Vespers Service in the Sanctuary

If you choose to attend in-person worship, we ask you to read the guidelines below.

Sanctuary Worship Guidelines:

* Those who are fully vaccinated are no longer required to mask according to CDC guidelines, though we acknowledge and support those who will choose to mask.

* The sanctuary will remain roped to promote social distancing for those who desire and require social distancing.

* As a reminder, we no longer require pre-registration for the worship services. 

The above guidelines and protocols provide a way for our congregation and visitors to come together in worship while following the guidance of the CDC and other health officials. In addition to requesting individuals and families to follow our guidelines, we have increased our sanitation efforts and removed the cushions from the pews in the Sanctuary.

The nursery is now open Sunday mornings from 8:45-10:15am and 10:45am-12:15pm for children Under Age 3. At 9am and 11am on Sundays there is a “Prayground” area for children at the front of the Sanctuary with liturgically appropriate and age appropriate activities. Parents should try to sit nearby.

We continue to monitor the guidance regarding our reopening protocols and we will update the website as changes are made.

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