COVID-19 Update

Though we may not be meeting at the church, rest assured that we will still have church!

Join us every Saturday at 6 PM and every Sunday at 9 and 11 AM.

We are following the recommendations of the California Departments of Health for how best to respond to the developing situation with Coronavirus (COVID-19). Therefore, all our locations will remain closed until further notice.

Church is still happening even though our buildings are closed!

To continue to receive updates, please text “CONNECTSD” to 474747. Be aware that you will receive texts messages from two different numbers: Any links will be sent from 62448 and any regular information will be sent from the number above.

In times like these, we are so grateful for our interactive online church experience. This is the most important time for the church to shine the light of Jesus. Here are links to the ways you can watch.

As we navigate through this difficult season, we want you to know we are dedicated to keeping our church healthy both practically and spiritually. Below are three steps you can take to always stay up-to-date with your church.

#1 – Follow us on social media. 

       We are consistently posting timely and creative content, including LIVE worship, prayer sessions and updates from our pastors.
#2 – Watch LIVE. 
        You can now stream our weekend experience LIVE every Sunday morning. Whether from YouTube or Facebook, you can choose from either our 9 AM or 11 AM  service. Create a watch party and invite all your friends and family to experience The House at home.
#3 – Text Club
        This is the easiest way to stay up-to-date with your church. Simply text the word ‘ConnectSD’ to 474747. Standard text rates apply.

Our hope is that our community would continue to find meaningful ways to connect and grow even when it’s difficult to gather together in this season!

If you have questions about what is happening in California, more information and answers to frequently asked questions is available on the California Department of Public Health website:


Our sincerest prayers for health and safety are with you all.