Every Sunday at 10:30 am, we gather to worship God through singing, giving, hearing God’s Word, and fellowship.
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Before you visit Cobb Vineyard, you might be wondering, "What can I expect while I am there?"
First of all, relax! We think you'll have a great time. Our Sunday services are at 10:30 am and Facebook Live at 10:30 am that includes great worship music and teaching from God's word. Childcare is also available. Here's a description of a typical Sunday service:
A few minutes before the service our worship team will play an instrumental to signal the beginning of the service. This is a great time to move into the auditorium and prepare your heart for receiving all that God has in store today.
WORSHIP AND COMMUNION
We begin our time together each week participating in musical expression of worship to God. As part of our worship, we will also be receiving Communion. Feel free to join us in receiving God’s grace as we participate in taking the elements.
WELCOME & ANNOUNCEMENTS
There will be a brief presentation of announcements about what is going on at Cobb Vineyard.
Our Pastor, Thomas Cooley, will present a message from our current series. Scriptures and main points can be viewed on the screen. There is a place on the back of the bulletin for you to take notes if you wish.
At the end of our service there will be an opportunity to continue our worship through giving.
Your entire time with us will be about 80 minutes.
Cobb Vineyard has people of all ages and backgrounds who are passionate about knowing God and each other. You will find us worshiping with all our hearts and serving the community. You can get to know more about us throughout the site, but to really know what we are about, you'll have to meet our people.
The best way to know us more is to join us on a Sunday.
For March 2021 we will offer ONE service at 10:30 AM.
Masks will be highly recommended in the common areas. See more info below.
As we open the Main Auditorium for worship gatherings, these limited-size, physical-distance gatherings may feel different than what you experienced prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. We hope the following information will equip you to navigate the current protocol:
Our greeters will be at our main entrance holding the doors open for you and a host will have hand sanitizer for every person that enters the building. We will also have sanitizing stations throughout the building for your convenience. We will also be wiping down common surfaces between services.
In adhering to the recommended physical distancing guidelines, we have set out groups of chairs in sets of 2, 3, and 4. We ask everyone to sit in the shortest row available that meets your needs. We will have stacked chairs available if your party/group is more than 4 people. Ushers will assist you if you need more chairs added to your row.
Face coverings or face masks will be available upon request in the Welcome Center. We kindly ask that you wear masks as you enter, exit, and in any common areas. Once at your seat in the main auditorium you are welcome to remove your mask.
Please maintain the recommended 6-foot physical distance at all times. For the safety of one another, refrain from hugging, high fiving, handshakes, or other physical contact. We also ask that you and your party proceed directly to the exit, and take conversations out in the parking lot once the weekend worship gathering is complete. While we all miss having the time to connect socially with each other in person, we need to keep the foyer clear for the safety of everyone.
Our Children's ministry at Cobb Vineyard provides a safe, loving environment for your children to grow. We have classes on Sundays from the time they can crawl up through 5th grade.
Each of our children’s ministry volunteers will have their temperature checked before entering the children’s ministry area. All of our volunteers will be screened for symptoms along with a temperature check and will be wearing an orange wristband, confirming they have been cleared.
We won’t be providing coffee or other refreshments just yet, but you are more than welcome to bring your own from home.