We’re so glad you’re thinking of joining us on Sunday. On this page you’ll find what health and safety measures are in place due to covid, what our services look like each week, and how to watch our messages online.
What’s mandatory for attending church in person?
While in the building, wearing a mask is required. We have some available if you do not have one of your own.
Do your utmost best to stay within your bubble groups. Our seating is set in such a way for safe social distancing.
If you have a cold or show symptoms, it would be best to join us online. Once you’re feeling healthy and able, we hope to see you in person.
We Hold 3 Main Services Each Sunday
Breaking of bread
Members of the church often stand and pray, request a song, and share a few verses from the Bible to encourage others and lift up the name of the Lord. We then partake in the Lords Supper. This supper can be found in 1 Corinthians 11: 23 – 26. Covid measures are in place so each person may have their own bread and wine.
9:30 – 10:30
We begin this service by worshiping with a song or two. Our Speaker that day will then give a message. Come each week to hear a new message given from the Bible.
10:45 – 11:30
After the opening worship songs at the start of the gospel meeting take place, children are encouraged to head downstairs for their own service. This service includes a small gospel message followed by a game/craft.
10:45 – 11:30
During the breaking of bread & gospel meetings, you’ll also notice that the women members of McLeod Hill wear head coverings. By no means is this any requirement to attend our services.
Simply come as you are, we’d be happy to meet you.
Viewing our messages at home
McLeod Hill is currently using the ZOOM platform for its online messages. At this time, only our gospel message is being played online. All you’ll need to join is to contact our elder Steve Tranquilla for the zoom ID and password. Here is his e-mail.