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We are gathering as a larger Nashville Road family in-person and online each Sunday morning at 10:30. Here's some information on how to gather:

IN-PERSON:
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n order to comply with regional health guidelines for public gatherings and create seating that allows us to safely ultilize the capacity of the auditorium - we are asking people to pre-register for Sunday in-person gatherings. Registration whether ahead of time or at the door is necessary should contact tracing be needed. It will be helpful but not essential for you to register ahead of time but you can also register when you arrive at the building.

Click here to Pre-Register and let us know how many in your household or "bubble" will be attending with you and sitting together.

During this season we are keeping our nursery facility closed and so all members of the family are welcome to join together in the main auditorium.

We are used to wearing masks in all indoor public spaces as required by our regional health professionals to protect others from the spread of COVID and masks are also a requirement to attend the Sunday morning gathering indoors at the Nashville Road building. If you forget your mask - we're happy to provide one for you.

We encourage you to make use of the Self Assessment Tool that the Ministry of Health has made available to help you decide whether you should attend public gatherings.

ONLINE:
You can be part of the gathering at 10:30 thru ZOOM on your phone, iPad or computer!

Click here to request the reusable ZOOM link and once you have the link you can use it each week from then on.

Then on Sunday morning just click that link around 10:15 and once the gathering starts live at 10:30 - you’ll be able to connect and engage almost as if you were right in the gym!


We very much look forward to our gathered celebrations as the Nashville Road body whether in-person or online! As we live out the love of God - we continue to pray for our community: for students in school and their parents, for teachers who are teaching in a new environment, for those who are sick, for those who have loved ones who are struggling with illness and for all those front-line workers who are serving so faithfully.