Worship at College Park

We are committed to doing all we can to create a safe environment for worship for those who choose to attend College Park Church in-person. We continue to monitor our local and state guidelines so we can adapt our plans as needed. Thank you for your patience, grace, and prayers as we ignite a passion to follow Jesus during this season. We hope to see you in-person soon! Interested in serving in Children's Ministry? Let us know!

Looking for Registration?

Registration is no longer required on Sunday mornings. We do encourage you to continue checking in for services using the College Park registration app for your Android or iPhone. This allows you to print a nametag so we can continue greeting each other, despite the masks that can make it hard to see who is who!


Love More

Are you weary?

Yep. We are too. The Lord is working mightily during this season, but that doesn't mean it hasn't been hard.

However, while hard is hard, hard is not bad. So, as we look forward to regathering, would you embrace that truth? Our church services will be a bit different; the church itself (you!) will not. 

When it's hard, let's love more. When it's inconvenient, let's love more. When the world around us is grappling for hope, let's love more. The world will know we are followers of Christ by the way that we love (John 13:35). So let's love more.

Sunday Morning Experience

We are excited to regather in-person, even though it is in a limited way. When you come for service at 8, 9:45, or 11:30 a.m., you can expect the same gospel-centered praise and worship, prayer, and teaching. 

Please know that for your safety and out of concern for others, we have implemented the following protocols and changes to provide the safest possible environment.

Additionally, based on guidance from the CDC, we request you do not attend Sunday morning worship if you are in any of these at-risk categories:

  • People who have serious chronic medical conditions, such as heart disease, diabetes, or lung disease
  • Immunosuppressed individuals (people with recent or upcoming surgeries; people on autoimmune treatments, including steroids; people with impaired heart, kidney, or liver function; or people going through cancer treatment)
  • Direct caregivers of at-risk individuals (non-medical personnel) 
  • If you have had flu-like symptoms (cough, fever, shortness of breath, vomiting) in the past 14 days or been in close contact with someone with flu-like symptoms in the past 14 days 

Children's Experience 

 Sunday Programming

We want to help you disciple your children. That's why we designed the Sunday Field Guide. It is full of interactive content that promotes conversation and spiritual growth—on Sunday morning and all week long!

Nursery & Preschool is offered at the 8 a.m. service. Nursery through 6th grade is offered at the 9:45 a.m. service, and Nursery is available at the 11:30 a.m. service. Help us expand our offerings and join the Children's Ministries Team! 

Special Needs Accommodations

Accommodations for children with special needs are available. Please contact Becky Brooking for more information.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many services are available?

We are offering three services. The service times are 8, 9:45, and 11:30 a.m. 

Are masks (face coverings) required for indoor meetings?

Face masks covering one’s nose and mouth will be required for attendees at the 8 service at all times in the building. For the 9:45 & 11:30 a.m. services, face coverings are recommended (not required).

For Children's Ministry and children in the 8 & 9:45 a.m. services, masks are recommended but not required for children ages 3-5. Masks are required for children ages 6 and up. We ask that you please wear a mask and not a face shield.

Masks (face coverings over nose and mouth) are a way we can intentionally love others in our church family as ourselves and reduce the risk of transmission. As a precaution, volunteers and staff will wear masks at all three services.

Most people will not have serious consequences from contracting the virus, but many in our church family are higher risk and their health could be seriously compromised by contracting the virus from an asymptomatic infected person. We want to joyfully bear the burdens of people in our College Park family who are at a greater health risk or anxious about transmission by wearing a mask during the 8 a.m. service hour. In doing so, we create the safest possible environments for them to be able to join our corporate church gatherings.

Can I volunteer?

Yes! Volunteers are needed to serve each Sunday on a number of teams especially in this season of expanded sanitation and Sunday service registration. Volunteers are needed in Guest Services, Security, Production, and Children’s Ministry.

Interested in serving? Contact Essence Brown.

What about Student Ministry?

Our students gather each Sunday at 4 p.m. While Student Ministries gatherings will look a bit different, they will still include valuable times of connecting, worshiping, and growing in the Word together.


Any other questions?