Sign up to worship in-person at the MAPLE campus.
Sign up for Worship? Strange times bring about strange things. In the interest of safety and social distance, we will have limited capacity at our services. EVERYONE attending Sunday worship, will need to sign up in advance. A new sign-up link for worship will be posted every Monday.
Here's the scoop:
First you will choose which service you want to attend- 8:30 AM, 10:00 AM, 11:30 AM or 5:00 PM
Then you will choose ONE pew per household (1-6 people)
Then you will fill in your name, email and the number of people (including yourself and children) that will sit in the pew with you.
You will receive email confirmation after you sign up. This confirmation will allow you to alter your reservation anytime during the week. If your plans change, please cancel to allow space for others.
Please note: As of March 7, our Covid19 protocols have changed to include corporate singing. We will continue to require masks and provide social distance seating.
Are you new to GBC and our services are full? Let us help you!
Bringing your children to GraceKids?
You must sign up!
Each Sunday we offer limited GraceKids Classes for children birth through 5th Grade. At our Maple Campus classes are during our 8:30 AM, 10:00 AM and 11:30 AM service only.
Here’s what you need to know:
#1 First, Parent(s) must sign up for Worship at the campus and time of your choice.(link above)
#2 Then, click the link below to sign your children up for their classes.
Maple Campus GraceKids
Click here to sign up
Still unsure how it works? Watch this video
Here are some Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Will there be GraceKids classes or childcare?
A: We are having limited GraceKids classes.Parents need to sign their children up in advance using a link that is new every Monday morning. There are more details in our LOOP email and via communication directly from our GraceKids Ministry staff. If you are not on the GraceKids Ministry mailing list, please contact Ela Hammond,
Q: What time and how many services will we have?
A: We currently have three services. Services are at 8:30 AM, 10:00 AM and 11:30 AM. Other services may be added on an as needed basis.
Q: How will seating work?
A: There will be designated seating areas. Each service can accommodate 48 households. Each household will sit together, 6 feet apart from other households. We will fill in pews from the front of the auditorium to the back and dismiss from the back to the front. (Blue tape will mark the “do not sit zones.” Therefore if it is blue…..it’s not for you!)
Q: But wait, what is a “household?”
A: A household is a group of related or non-related people wanting to sit close together (not socially distant). For example, if you are coming alone - you are a household. If you are a group of 3, you are a household. If you are a group of 6, you are a household. If your household is larger than 6, please contact the church office directly.
Q: Do we need to sign up ahead of time?
A: Yes! A Sign-up Genius link will be available every Monday morning for the following Sunday. We can accommodate 48 households at each service. (Watch The LOOP for the link)
Q: But wait, can I sit in my “normal” pew?
A: No. Or at least it will be doubtful. In order to be cautious and because of the way we will be seating people, you will not have a “choice” of where to sit.
Q: Will we need to wear masks?
A: Wearing a mask in the building is expected.
Please bring your own, but if you forget, we will have some masks available.
Q: What if my baby starts to cry?
A: While we cannot allow people to stand in the back of the auditorium because of the low ceilings and difficulty with social distance, you may leave the service and stand in the new Foyer/Café area. It will be each individual’s responsibility to be socially distant in that space.
Q: But wait, can’t I just show up for church?
A: “Just showing up” is strongly discouraged and you will run the risk of being turned away. These are complicated and difficult times, but we are committed to social distance seating for the months of June and July.
Q: Will there be special seating for those who are “at-risk”?
A: No. Although we are taking precautions to keep things clean and people socially distant, those who are “at-risk” may want to consider continuing to worship remotely.
Q: OK, but will the services continue to be available on-line?
A: Our pre-recorded service will still be available by 9:30 on Sunday. We will offer both options for the foreseeable future. The “in person” service will not be recorded or live-streamed. Please choose the format that is best for you!
Q: Will there be coffee and tea?
No. These will be “bring your own coffee” services and you will be asked to remove everything from your space when you leave.
Q: Will bathrooms be available?
A. Yes, of course. Bathroom surfaces will be cleaned before each service. Lysol wipes, hand sanitizer and of course soap will be available in each bathroom.