UPDATE: July 23, 2020

In cooperating with the guidelines set forth by the Lake County Health Department Rise Church will be requiring the use of a mask for all on campus events including worship services.

You will be required to wear a mask upon entering the building. If you do not have a mask we will be happy to provide you with one. We will ask everyone to wear their masks throughout the worship service. Pastor Matt will give you the option of lowering your mask during the sermon time as long as you are socially distanced from those in the room.

While on stage and maintaining social distancing those who are communicating with the congregation will not be required to wear a mask. Aside from being on stage Pastor Matt as well as all others who will be communicating will be wearing a mask.

Our auditorium is set up in seating clusters that will allow individuals as well as families to maintain social distancing throughout the worship service.

Touchless hand sanitizer stations are positioned throughout the building for your use.

We are in the process of laying out our plans to re-open our Rise Kids Wing soon. In the meantime we have activity bags available for all kids attending our worship service. We hope these bags will help the kids have an enjoyable experience while allowing parents to be able to focus and worship. As of now, our Rise Kids Wing will remain closed until further notice.

We will continue in celebrating Jesus through taking communion each week. Our communion is pre-packaged and placed on your table or in the back of chairs by gloved individuals prior to the service.

Likewise, we do not pass offering bags. Rather, we have two giving stations set up for your use to give through Rise Church.

Lastly, our auditorium is cleaned and disinfected prior to each worship service.

We are doing our best to provide a safe yet spiritual environment for you to experience the presence of God.

If you have questions please email us at info@risechurchshine.org or you may text or call us at 219-713-0305.

“For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not harm your plans to give you hope and a future.” Jeremiah 29:11

Praying for our community!
Pastor Matt Reece