The LORD is the one who keeps you safe. So let the Most High God be like a home to you. Then no harm will come to you. No terrible plague will come near your tent. The LORD will command his angels to take good care of you.

Psalms 91:9-11(NIrV)


His Church is a house of refuge. While the  COVID19  has become both a local and global cause for concern, we want you to know that we are here for you and that our church will be a source of strength to you and your family. We believe according to Proverbs 18:10 that "The name of the LORD is a strong tower; the righteous man runs into it and is safe (ESV)."

If you have recently returned from an area of risk, or suspect that you may fall ill due to exposure to the virus from someone who has contracted it, please contact us for prayer, contact your primary care physician for testing, and remain home until your are well or have been cleared by your doctor.

Amid the health pandemic our country is experiencing, the notion of social distancing has affected the gathering of many churches as we began the process of reentering our church facilities and seeing things get back to normal. Following CDC and Virginia Phase 1 recommendations, we are now able to return to in person gatherings at 50% capacity, but will still Stream our Service Online each Sunday and Midweek Click here to join us online. We will continue to monitor the CDC and Sate websites for further updates and instructions and will inform you accordingly. Please continue to use this time to consecrate yourselves and pray for the spiritual and natural healing of our land.


  • You are required to self-quarantine if you are symptomatic or have been in contact with a person who has tested positive for COVID19 or is waiting for test results due to suspected COVID19.

  • Do not attend if you or anyone in your household is ill or has symptoms (fever, coughing, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, flu like symptoms, etc.) even if they do not attend with you.

  • You will be asked to apply hand-sanitizer before entering.

  • Your temperature will be taken by touchless thermometer upon entering facility.

  • All children under 16 must be accompanied and monitored by a parent, as well as seated with a parent.

  • Do your best not to touch anything or anyone (backs of chairs, even your face).

  • No hugging, shaking hands, etc.

  • No handing off items to someone from another household.

  • As a courtesy to other If you happen to sneeze or cough naturally please do so in your arm/shoulder area versus in your hands or in the air.

  • Wash your hands with soap and water regularly as needed.

  • A Maintenance team will perform standard hands-on cleaning of all surfaces and a spray disinfectant will be used before and after each service throughout our facility.


  • Family/friends who actually live together in one household can sit together.

  • Seating within rows with groups of 4, 3, and 2, etc. leaving 2 seats empty between each group.

  • Members of one household are not permitted to sit with members of another household. A Family who actually lives together in one household can sit together.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation!

Helpful links

Center for Disease Control

How to Prevent the Virus

State of Virginia Updates


Steps to Prevent Illness

Frequently Asked Question and Answers

Preventing COVID - 19 Spread in Communities

Resources for Communities - and Faith-Based Leaders

Environmental Cleaning and Disinfection Recommendations