The church will begin phased reopening when the COVID infection rate in Kent County
reaches a seven day average of 10 infections per 100,000 people.

You can monitor the infection rate here:

NOTE: On the left side of the screen:
Set the Geolocation for the US.
Set the Level at County, then scroll down to Michigan. 
Roll your cursor over the Michigan map to
Kent County and the infection
rate will appear.

– FEBRUARY 15, 2021 –

Given the current infection rate, we are in a phased reopening with small groups in the Chapel, Nartex, and Sanctuary.

YOUTH GROUPS may begin using the Narthex and Chapel beginning this Wednesday.

BIBLE STUDIES may meet in the Chapel beginning Friday.

During your visit, please abide by these rules to keep everyone safe

– Wear mask for the entire visit
– Practice social distancing
– Sanitize hands upon entry
– Sign-in on the register for contact tracing

CHAPEL: Enter through the north side exterior chapel door
– Wipe down tables and chairs

NARTEX: Enter through the front door only

SANCTUARY: Limit seating to 2 people or 1 single family per pew
– Sit in a designated pew only (the back 10 pews are marked for seating)
– Refrain from socializing or talking while inside the church
– The worship experience is designed for silent prayer and meditation.

WORSHIP: The last ten rows of the sanctuary will be open for silent prayer and meditation throughout Lent each Tuesday from 12 – 1 pm and Friday from 10 to 11 am. Capacity is limited to 25 worshipers.

There will be a LIVE outdoor service on Easter at 9 am.

On the first Sunday after Easter, we hope to allow 25 people to sit in the back pews to watch the livestream service in person. 

DUE TO COVID-19 SAFETY PLAN THE CHURCH BUILDING IS LOCKED – Please call for appointment to meet with staff 616-459-6255 /
All in-person events are tentative as weather permits until further notice during the COVID-19 crisis with updates posted on Facebook.
Safety protocols, including MASKS, are REQUIRED to attend events as directed by our COVID Task Force Team and Executive Council.
If you, or a family member, have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19,
or you exhibit any of the symptoms associated, or have recently tested positive for COVID-19,
please refrain from attending any Mayflower event until you have been through the proper time of quarantine.