COVID-19 Update

River’s Edge Statement


With our leadership teams here at the church I have been

using the illustration of a valve on a water faucet. We have been living

our entire lives with the valve fully opened. Then when COVID-19 hit we had to

suddenly slam the valve mostly shut. Now begins the delicate task of opening the

valve back up and keeping our hand on that valve to make quick adjustments as

needed. Please understand and have grace with us as we hold all of these plans

loosely and will likely need to make on-going adjustments as we learn together.

Below are some of our plans for our current Phase::

 We will be going to one service at 10:07 - no reservations needed.

Children's Ministry is currently paused until the COVID numbers improve. 

 Upon entering the building please move to your seats to avoid congestion

near the entryway. After the service is over we will dismiss by groups and

encourage anyone that wants to hang and talk to please do so in the parking

lot and adhere to the physical distancing guidelines.

 If you are not healthy or feel you are at higher risk… or for any other reason

you don’t feel comfortable coming back just yet… please feel free to continue

to watch our services on-line. We do plan on continuing this service from

now on!

 Offerings can now be made in the offering pillars at the church… or you can

also continue to give through the “Church Center” mobile phone app… or by

clicking the on-line giving link on our website at

 Masks are encouraged and requested at this time and until the COVID numbers improve.

We will have some available on the front table.

 There will be hand sanitizer available near the front door and at other

locations in the building.

 The Well Café will not be opened during this phase… feel free to bring your own

coffee with you.

  We will have two rooms open for parents to use with

their children if needed during the service. 

Again, we are excited to be moving in the direction of gathering again… but as we do,

we do so with caution and safety in mind.

God is good!

Pastor Mike Mentzer