We can't wait to worship with you and your family Sunday morning, however, in doing so we want to continue to honor and respect the decisions of the CDC and our government officials. We know that this can be hard but please honor the social distancing guidelines listed below:

  • Individuals who are vulnerable and at higher risk for illness should give careful consideration to attending: persons who are 65 years and older; persons with severe underlying medical conditions, like heart, lung disease or diabetes and anyone currently ill.

  • No vehicle may contain more than 10 persons, in accordance with state mandate.

  • Participants will enter the property and park their vehicle a respectable distance away from other vehicles as instructed by the Security Ministry.

  • Participants must remain in their vehicles or within arm's length of their vehicles at all times.

  • Participants may not interact physically with anyone in other vehicles.

  • Restrooms will be available for emergency purposes only. We apologize for this inconvenience, but we plan to keep the service no longer than 60 minutes.

  • The Lord's Supper will be served using prepackaged cups and administered upon arrival by a Deacon wearing proper protection equipment. (Applies to 1st Sundays only)

  • An offering box will be available at the end of the service to collect your donation. If you want credit for your offering please place your cash/check/money order in an envelope with your name clearly displayed. (Offering envelopes will not be distributed.)

  • Electronic giving is always available using CashApp ($themwc), Givelify, or PayPal.

  • At the completion of the service our Security personnel will dismiss cars in an orderly fashion.

Finally, if you don't feel comfortable in joining us, we respect your decision. You will still be able to view the service on Facebook Live, our website ( and our Twitter page.

If you have any questions please contact the Church Administrator Gail White (240-398-8507), Trustee Shirley Tobias (240-463-2262) or Deacon Thomas Tobias (240-472-0602).

We look forward to seeing you on Sunday!