Church At the Lake & Online Services


Church At the Lake


Now that the weather is warmer, we'll provide a mix of both outdoor

in-person experiences as well as some online services.  


On the Sundays that we meet in-person (see schedule here), we will do church at the lake and meet up at the pavilion at Governor Nelson State park at 10:30am. You are welcome to sit at the picnic tables or bring your own lawn chair to help with social distancing. Our foundry kids will be going on nature hikes during this time and can sign-in for that at 10:20am. Children age 4 and under will need to be accompanied by an adult. Please make sure to apply sunscreen to your children prior to  signing them in for the hike. 


For the adult service, we will share reflection and discussion around scripture and there will also be time for prayer. You are welcome to bring a picnic lunch and  to hang out and enjoy the park after the service ends. 



Online Zoom Services


For the days that we meet online, we'll meet on Zoom at 10:30 am.  If you're interested in attending our online service, please email info@foundry414.com for the Zoom link. In addition, we have a separate Zoom room for our foundry kids (age 4-4th grade) and foundry youth (5th-9th grade), which also meets on Sunday at 10:30 am. 


Here's what to expect with our online service:


We meet upon Zoom and say some general hello's, followed by a brief teaching and  a song or two of worship music. At the end of the service, the children and youth will sign out of their respective zoom rooms and  join their parents in the main service room to share a bit about what they learned. During the service, you are welcome to keep your camera on or off, whatever makes you feel the most comfortable. 


We are a very relational church, which we realize can be challenging in an online setting.  Some people like to socialize and show up to church 10 minutes early for some casual chitchat. We often tend to hang out a few minutes after service for people that want to continue the conversation as well. We realize that we have both introverts and extroverts that attend our service, so we try to make it comfortable for both groups of people.