On Wednesday mornings at 8am, registration options will be made available for worship services in the coming Sunday. Currently, North services are held on Sundays at 7:30am, 9am & 11am. If possible, we encourage you to register for our 7:30am service to make space for others at 9am & 11am.
As of July 25, 2020, according to Minnesota’s mask mandate, face coverings are required in all worship services. Children who are 5 years old and under are exempt, along with those who cannot wear a mask due to medical reasons.
Nursery Care (ages 0–3 years)
We have a limited number of nursery slots available for some services (as shown below). If you want to reserve a nursery slot, please register using a parent’s name and contact information.
Summer Wednesday Connection at Long Lake Park in New Brighton began on Wednesday, June 17, 5:30–7pm (extended fellowship until dusk). RSVPs are required. Registration will open Fridays by 8am for the coming Wednesday.
Space is Limited
Once the spaces for an event are filled, the registration options will no longer appear. If no options are available, check back at a later time (even the afternoon/evening before the event) to see if cancellations have opened up additional space.
Not Feeling Well?
We request that if you are sick or experiencing any symptoms of sickness (fever, cough, etc.), please do not come to church. If you need to cancel your reservation, please let us know by emailing us at so that we can open the seats for someone else. If you are exhibiting an active cough in our services, we ask that you please leave and watch the livestream.
Exposed to Infected Individuals?
Have you recently interacted with someone who tested positive for COVID-19? If so, we encourage you to wait 14 days before rejoining us for worship services.
At Elevated Risk?
If you are at risk (diabetes, heart disease, lung disease, immunocompromised states, etc.), please remain home and participate in the livestream. Participation in a corporate worship gathering puts you at risk of infection from COVID-19, which can be deadly for at risk individuals and those with compromised immune systems.