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We are excited and thankful to be able to return to in-person worship with you once again!

Over the last several months, Session and our VPC Staff have worked closely together to establish mitigation plans and procedures in preparation for a safe return to worship. Please read through our guidelines to learn more about what to expect. 



Preparations are underway to bring back in-person worship at VPC. Session approved a detailed mitigation plan that outlines the steps VPC and the community will take each week. We know that this will be a new and different way of attending in-person, so we ask that you familiarize yourself with the new requirements:

Reservations Required

If you plan to attend on a given Sunday, you must RSVP for you and your family. (The form requires contact name, number of those attending with you, and which service you plan to attend.) The link to RSVP will go live each Monday at 9AM for the following Sunday. You must RSVP each week you plan to attend. 

When You Arrive 

All attendees will have their temperature checked when they arrive on campus. Masks are to be worn by those three years old and above. 

Seating & Spacing

Groups will be seated socially distant from one another, and only every other row will be used. 

Not Ready Yet?

That is okay! Please put your health and safety first. We understand these are still uncertain times, and while we are grateful to return, we know it's not for everyone yet. Services will still be live-streamed and available on the website.

Livestreaming will continue!

We will still Livestream two worship services at 8:30 and 10:30AM. We know many of you will still choose to worship from home. Here are some details about tuning in from your home. 

  • An email is sent on Sunday morning with a link to the services. The broadcast for the service will begin a few minutes before 8:30 and 10:30AM. 
  • The services begin at 8:30AM and 10:30AM. 
  • The service is happening live; if you begin watching at 8:45AM, for example, you will see what is happening in the service at 8:45AM. 
  • Worship will be live-streamed to YouTube, Facebook, and
  • Shortly after the service is complete, it will be available to watch in its entirety on YouTube, Vimeo, and Facebook.