During the Pandemic, all worship times are subject to change on short notice.  

Please call the church office, 309-755-2508 if you are unsure.  

Leave a message if no answer and the office staff will get back to you as soon as they can.

As of September 13, 2021:

1. Where and when is worship held?

There are three services on Sunday mornings at the East Moline Campus, one at the Silvis Campus, and one at the Carbon Cliff Campus. Worship at the East Moline Campus is currently as follows: Parking lot worship on Sundays at 8:00am.  This is held in the north parking lot of the East Moline Campus.  Attendees stay in their cars (or lawn chairs), tune their radios to 98.3 and enjoy a 30 minute worship service.  The second service is a Traditional Worship held at 9:00am in the Worship Center.  The third service of the morning is a modern worship which includes our band, Common Threads.  It is held at 10:35am in the Worship Center—located in the A-frame section of the church. 

Worship at our Silvis Campus is on Sunday mornings at 10:45am and at our Carbon Cliff Campus on Sunday mornings at 11:00am.

2. What can I expect when I enter the front doors on Sunday mornings? 

During the pandemic we are wearing masks and respecting other's space.  In the welcome area there is a sign in attendance sheet, hand sanitizer, and spare masks (if you forget yours).  A greeter will be available in the welcome center should you have any questions. 

3. Where do I park? 

There are two lots—a small one on the south side and a larger one on the north. Currently, the only door that is unlocked on Sunday mornings is the one under the canopy.  This is also known has door #1 (it is marked) and it faces 7th Street.  The north parking lot is currently being used mainly for Parking Lot Worship.

4. What do I do with my preschool kids? 

At this time, the nursery is not open.  Your children are welcome to join you in the worship center.

5. What can I expect in worship? 

No previous experience in a worship service is required, as words to all prayers and songs are projected and clear signals are given for standing and sitting. No one is called upon unexpectedly or singled out. All that is asked of any worship participant is a heart open to the presence and power of God in the spoken word, in the music, and in the gathered community.