In-Person FAQ



Are all Living Stones Fellowship Church open for weekend service?
Yes, we are open for in-person service!

How many attendees are allowed in the sanctuary?
We are following current state guidelines. To maintain safe physical distancing, we are asking everyone to keep two seats between parties. We also have special seating areas for those who prefer a bit more space. We will continue to monitor state guidelines to ensure the health and well-being of our congregation, staff, volunteers, and communities.

Do I need to register to attend the service?
No registration is required to attend the service

What if I’m not comfortable coming to a service yet?
That is okay! We know everyone has a different level of comfort, so please do what you feel is best for you and your family—whether that’s watching at home or joining us in person. If you are looking for some fellowship while watching church but aren’t comfortable coming to a service just yet, we encourage you to host a Watch Party with friends or family!

Is everyone required to wear a mask during services?
Masks are required for those attending our weekend service. We’ll have masks available if you’d like one.

Will my temperature be taken as I enter the campus?
No. However, we are asking everyone to self-screen at home. If you have a fever of 100 degrees or above, a cough or sore throat, shortness of breath, or contact with anyone confirmed to have COVID-19 (in the past 14 days), please stay home and worship with us online.

How are the facilities cleaned and prepared for worship services?

  • Extensive cleaning and disinfecting procedures take place campus-wide before, during, and after every service.
  • Our services and guest interactions are intentionally touch-free (e.g., no hugs or handshakes for now).
  • Per state guidelines, there is more empty space between parties seated in the sanctuary.
  • Hand sanitizer stations are available at entries and exits as well as throughout the building.

Can I still give my tithe or offering at the campus?
Yes, and you can also give online at

Is my small group allowed to meet?
Yes! Because your safety is important to us, it is recommended that in-person groups be limited to 10 people and group leaders will encourage members to follow CDC guidelines (e.g., handwashing, physical distancing, staying home if sick). Groups can also continue to meet virtually.