Masks are required at all times, except when you are sitting in your seat and not singing.
If the total number of people inside the sanctuary exceeds our threshold, there are two overflow areas (in The Attic and in the South Foyer) that we can use to ensure social distancing.
Join us for worship Sunday morning at 9:30, a group BFG discussion at 11:00 a.m., and “Sunday Night Church” at 5:00PM.
If you are personally in a higher risk group or if you are uncomfortable with meeting in person yet – that is totally fine. We will miss you and we look forward to the time with the Lord provides even more relief from this pandemic. We still trust everyone to decide what is best for them regarding their own exposure to the risks in the meantime.
It can be intimidating to walk into an unfamiliar church for the first time. The COVID-19 Pandemic makes it even more confusing! At Wyoming Park Bible, we want you to feel safe, comfortable, and welcomed.
Responding to the ever-changing dynamics of COVID-19 means that our in person service details have changed many times over the past months. If you have any specific questions about a certain week, please reach out and let us help you plan your visit.
Regular attenders of WPBF should subscribe to our church email distribution list to receive weekly updates about our service and other meetings (and prayer request updates and other important information).
We meet on Sunday mornings at 9:30 a.m. for prayer, singing, and a sermon. The safety of those who attend is a priority for us. We ask that you respect one another's space and maintain 6 foot social distancing.
Our "Nursery" Childcare is available for children under the age of 4 for the entirety of the morning service, and "The Garden" (our Children's Church program) is available for children ages 4-10 during the sermon (after the songs). All children are welcome to join their parents in the santuary. Kids at WPBF are always welcome and loved and it's okay if they make some noise!
Masks are required in accordance with Michigan's guidelines for face coverings. Masks must be worn while walking around the building, talking to others, and singing. Masks may be taken off during the sermon if social distancing is possible, but must be replaced afterward.
If you would feel more comfortable not attending a service in person at this time, we are offering a video version of service as well. The video will be posted on the Saturday before, and features the same sermon being preached live on the Sunday (Pastor John ends up preaching the sermon twice -- once on video, and then once live on Sunday).
Another option for those "attending" virtually is our sermon podcast. These episdoes will also drop on Saturday.
Jesus is everything to us. We follow all of his teachings, but even more importantly we follow him. We can follow him, because he is still alive! He is more powerful than death itself, and he proved it by raising himself from the dead. He is God, and he is the judge of all people. He is the King of the earth, and some day he is going to come back to earth to establish his reign as the perfect and holy King. It is because of his love for us that he died for us, and so we who trust him love him in return, and we’ve given our lives to him.
Jesus says that all of those who believe in him are his people. He says that we are like his “body” – his living and moving presence on the earth until he comes back to earth himself.
So, being part of a local church is really important! It’s important because we learn about Jesus’ Word (the Bible) from one another, we love each other, and we know that if we serve Jesus together we will accomplish so much more than we ever could alone.
Being part of a church that follows Jesus is just another one of the ways that we obey Jesus and follow him, because he told us to be connected to one another and love one another as members of one “body” together.
While attending church, please take these steps to protect the health of your neighbor: