In-Person worship begins Sunday, March 13, 2022. COVID-19 protocols will apply. Please watch the video message from Pastor Ross for more information.

End of the Federal COVID-19 Public Health Emergency (PHE) Declaration

May 11, 2023, marks the end of the federal COVID-19 PHE declaration. After this date, CDC’s authorizations to collect certain types of public health data will expire.  Most tools, like vaccines, treatments, and testing, will remain available. But, some tools, like certain data sources and reporting, will change.

For more information, visit the CDC website.

WHO chief declares end to COVID-19 as a global health emergency

5 May 2023

The head of the UN World Health Organization (WHO) has declared “with great hope” an end to COVID-19 as a public health emergency, stressing that it does not mean the disease is no longer a global threat.

He said the virus – first made a public health emergency of international concern by the WHO chief on 30 January, 2020 - was here to stay: “It is still killing and it is still changing. The risk remains of new variants emerging that cause new surges in cases and deaths.”

“Last week, COVID-19 claimed a life every three minutes – and that’s just the deaths we know about”, said Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director-General, briefing the media at the agency’s headquarters in Geneva.

He said that the decision had not been made lightly. For the past year, the WHO-led Emergency Committee had been carefully examining the data, on the right time to lower the alarm.

For more information, visit the UN website.

COVID 19 Get Tested Get Vaxxed

Get Tested / Get Vaxxed

Go to the Department of Public Health’s COVID-19 Test Scheduling Site where you can schedule a COVID-19 test. Please schedule an appointment at COVID-19 Testing Schedule.

Use this link to find a COVID vaccination site: COVID-19 Vaccination Site.


  1. Wash you hands often
  2. Wear a mask or face covering
  3. Keep your distance (at least six feet) when in public
  4. If you go out, take all of the precautions listed above.
  5. Consult with your doctor about getting vaccinated.
  6. Get the facts about the COVID vaccine(s).