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Attend A Service

Have Questions?

Yes. We require individuals ages 6 years and older to wear a mask. Masks will be required at all times while on campus and during service.

Yes. In order to maintain social distancing and adhere to local guidelines, we need to limit the number of people who can attend each service. If you show up to a service without a reservation, unfortunately, we will have to decline your admittance to ensure the safety of all.

Yes! Youth Church is at 8 & 10 a.m. on Sunday; middle and high school lesson is at 10 a.m. Children can be checked in at the Vogt Center before service; middle and high schoolers at Teen Underground in the Community Center. Registration is not required for children. Parents should reserve seats for themselves to attend service. If you have questions, please email Salwa Flewell sflewell@milehichurch.org.

As the reopening guidelines continue to change and when it’s permissible to allow more people to attend church, we will add more seats to each service when it’s safe to do so. Check back on Mondays when we add more services. 

Yes! Watch the livestream on our website here, YouTube, Facebook, or Vimeo every Sunday at 10 a.m. All services are available to watch any time after they are finished.

The Teel Sanctuary is sanitized before each service by our facilities team. Hand sanitizing stations have been installed throughout our buildings, specifically in high-traffic areas. Face coverings are required to move around the sanctuary, and numbers have been limited to ensure social distancing. The Community Center will remain closed until further notice.

A message from our lead ministers

Choose your Service

Reservations are required to attend a service.

Sunday Services

Sun., April 11

8 a.m. service

10 a.m. service is full.

Sun., April 18

8 a.m. service

10 a.m. service

Sun., April 25

8 a.m. service

10 a.m. service

Sun., May 2

8 a.m. service

10 a.m. service

Wednesday Night Live Services

Wed., April 7

7 p.m. service

Wed., April 14

7 p.m. service

Wed., April 21

7 p.m. service

Wed., April 28

7 p.m. service

Alternatives
To Hugging

We know how much our congregation loves to hug, especially since we haven’t seen each other in quite a while! We want everyone to be safe, so instead of a hug or a handshake, try one of these fun greetings.

Namaste

Namaste

Foot Tap

Foot Tap

Wave

Wave

Elbow Bump

Elbow Bump

If you have general questions, please email Karen Thomas at kthomas@milehichurch.org.

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