This information was last updated on Monday, June 1.
Our Summit leadership team, in consultation with medical professionals and like-minded churches, is preparing a reopening plan that aligns with government recommendations to use when we are ready to do so. Our directional elder team has prayerfully decided that the Summit will remain online for all ministry functions during the month of June.
Our motivation in this is not fear, but love. God has not given us a spirit of fear, but he has called us to love our neighbors and to contribute to the welfare of our community. We’re a large church, so our eventual reopening will look different than many other churches, as we consider the new world we live in. Nonetheless, we continue to be the church, even in quarantine, striving for unity when viewpoints and vulnerabilities are many. Our team will continue planning for our eventual reopening in a way that both honors our governing authorities and also blesses our community.
Our plans moving forward include (but are not limited to):
Right now, our primary strategy to reach all people is through Summit Online—including worship services and small groups (or virtual groups).
New Summit Online Service Times
Saturdays at 4 p.m. | Sundays at 9 a.m., 11 a.m., and 6 p.m. | Wednesdays at 7 p.m.
Worship Together With Neighbors in Your Homes
As you’re comfortable, invite neighbors and friends into your home to worship with you.
Preparing for and Returning to In-person Worship
We’ll remain online during the month of June. We don’t have specific dates and times for resuming in-person worship, but know that we’re preparing our reopening plan to use when we are ready to do so.
June Virtual Member Meeting
We’ll reconvene and share updates on our plans to keep you and your families safe as we move forward.
To help you navigate the current season, we’ve addressed some FAQs regarding our church, how we’re making decisions, and our plans moving forward. You can also watch our May 31 member meeting using the link below.
Watch the Member Meeting