Our first phase allowed us to come back on campus to worship together at 9am & 11am, but with no small groups. Phase two will offer Pre-School and Kid’s Ministry only during the 9am worship time in order to allow parents to drop off their younger children who might not be ready to go into the worship center, and go to service. As we get closer to September 13th, we will be providing a video for you of what to expect should you drop your child off, as well as a link to register them so that we can maintain proper distancing protocols. For now, please mark your calendars for September 13th for the 9am service.
In addition, the student ministry will begin meeting in person starting September 13th on Sunday evenings.
We offer live services at 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM in the Worship Center, adhering to social distancing guidelines. We are excited to begin regathering our Shandon Kids Ministry on September 13. Visit Shandon.org/kids for all the details about how to register your child and what to expect.
Limited seating will be available for each worship service by reservation only. Please plan to RSVP in order to help us adhere to social distancing guidelines and provide a safe worship experience for everyone.
We are excited to begin regathering our Shandon Kids Ministry (babies-5th grade) on September 13 during the 9am hour! Visit Shandon.org/kids for all the details about what you can expect and how to register your child. Reservations are required in order to maintain proper social distancing protocols.
Our Shandon Students will also begin regathering on September 13 in small groups on Sunday evenings. Middle school students will meet on campus at Shandon and high school students will meet in the homes of their leaders on Sunday evenings. Visit Shandon.org/students for more information about how to get plugged into a group and where to meet.
If you are a high-risk individual, or you feel more comfortable at home, we will continue to stream worship services online at www.shandon.org/watch or on demand on YouTube.
Check this page often, as our guidelines and policies may change in coordination with CDC updates and policy directives from local and state officials and the Governor’s office.
No. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms of COVID-19 (which are fever, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, loss of taste/smell or sore throat) please DO NOT come to campus. Stay home, feel better and join us online!
Yes, reservations will be required weekly to ensure we are following the social distancing guidelines and spatial restrictions in our Worship Center. Reservations will open on the Monday before our Sunday service. For example, you can RSVP for one of the worship services on Sunday, July 19 beginning Monday, July 13 at 10:00 AM.
No ticket will be required when you arrive for worship. But each person or family is asked to RSVP in advance through shandon.org.
Parking will be available in the back/lower lot with controlled entrance through the C hallway (gym side). Handicap and senior parking will be available in the Jonah lot and the apartment lot. Drop off will be available in the Jonah lot.
At this time, we recommend wearing a mask, based on current CDC guidelines. We are requesting that everyone who attends any of the in-person worship gatherings wear a mask for the safety and well being of everyone involved.
For the health and safety of our members and guests, the coffee café will be closed.
At this time, worship guides will not be provided for worship. Announcements and special notices will appear on the screens located throughout the building.
Members are guests are encouraged to give their tithes and offerings online. However, those attending worship may drop their tithes in specially designated areas outside the worship center before and after worship. All members and guests are encouraged to give online at shandon.org/give.
In order for a child to participate in Kids Ministry on Sunday mornings, he or she must have a temperature below 100.4. At the Shandon Kids check-in area, all children will have their temperatures taken before they can enter their classroom. Visit shandon.org/kids for more information.
Will will not require temperature checks for adults attending worship. However, if you are feeling sick, have a fever and/or are experiencing COVID19-related symptoms, please stay home!
If you have a question that hasn’t been answered here, please email us at and we’ll will respond as quickly as possible.
Our goal is to disciple students to live for Christ and develop lifelong friendships. From Wednesdays to Sundays, mission trips to small groups, there's a way for every student to get involved and grow in the Gospel.