We are returning to in-person worship!

Below you will find helpful information to ensure your safety and the safety of others when attending an in-person worship service. 

  • Registration – Registration will be required of worshippers attending an in-person service. Please be prepared to present a copy of your confirmed registration upon arrival via paper copy or mobile device.

  • Vaccination — We strongly recommend being vaccinated before registering for in-person worship.

  • Masks – Masks are required of worshippers attending an in-person service at Cascade. If you don’t have a mask upon arrival, a mask will be provided to you.

  • Social Distancing – To support social distancing, worshippers will be seated by the ushers at pre-defined pews.

  • Children and Youth –  Children’s church will be available for children grades K-5. Students in grades 6-12 will worship with their families for the first month. We are developing a safe strategy to ensure options are available for our young people during worship.

  • Personal Space – In the interest of everyone’s safety and well-being, we want to respect everyone’s personal space and maintain social distancing by not shaking hands or hugging (kind, expressive “air” gestures are welcomed).

  • Cleaning — Between and during each service, high-touch surfaces and objects (doorknobs, tables, handles, light switches, etc.) will be professionally cleaned.

  • Parking – All worshippers should plan to park on the Cascade campus. No shuttle services will be provided at this time.

  • Signage/Flow of Traffic – Signs will be posted in visible locations throughout our campus to guide worshippers.

  • Giving – To further maintain social distancing, we will continue to use our six ways to give and we will not pass the offering plates during worship. These digital services will be available via a QR code on the screen, on pews and throughout the building.

    If you or someone in your home is sick, has COVID-19 or has been in contact with someone who has COVID-19, we sincerely request that you refrain from attending in-person worship and continue to worship online until there are no signs, symptoms, risk of exposure, or possible spreading of COVID-19.

Updated March 2022