LEADING PEOPLE EVERYWHERE TO A DEVOTED RELATIONSHIP WITH JESUS CHRIST
Creekside is a growing, non-denominational church where you’ll find friendly faces of all ages and walks of life gathered to worship Jesus Christ and follow God’s Word, the Bible. We’re a community for you and your family to grow with us as we worship God and serve Him and others. You’re welcome just as you are
CORONAVIRUS AND CREEKSIDE
With Governor Reynolds’ proclamation lifting gathering restrictions on churches as long as they “implement reasonable measures … to ensure social distancing … increased hygiene practices, and other public health measures”, we began moving toward re-opening regular meetings at Creekside on Sunday, May 17th. If you feel safe doing so, you may attend a simplified Sunday service at Creekside at 10:30. Meeting spaces and seating are arranged to keep with social distancing guidelines, and steps are being taken to sanitize common areas. At least initially, we aren’t offering Sunday school, nursery or refreshments. We’re starting simple with the goal of a gradual return to the meetings and activities we’re used to, Lord willing. Keep in mind that coming to church is completely optional, and many are choosing not to. For those worshiping at home (In fact we’re encouraging those who are at-risk to continue to self-isolate for a while) we are continuing to provide live stream broadcasts of our services. Download this PDF for details on the first phase of our re-opening (or watch this short video for an overview).
Join us Sundays at 10:30 AM for contemporary praise and worship, a Biblical message and communion, with appropriate precautions during COVID-19 —although those age 65+ and higher risk individuals are encouarged to worship with us at home for a while. We also host a more traditional “Lord’s Supper” service at 9 AM, but we have suspended that service for now in order to meet as safely as possible.
We normally offer Sunday School for age 3 through 5th grade during our main service at 10:30 and a nursery for little ones. However, for safety reasons we are encouraging children in attendance to remain with their families during our Sunday service for the time being.
Read posts by Pastor Steve and others, many of which have been published in Urbandale Living Magazine.
We worship together on Sunday, but we don’t stop there. We encourage each other toward a life of worship by living out an active faith in Jesus and helping each other grow spiritually.
We foster community life by participating in small groups, ministering to each other through prayer, care, accountability, and build relationships through serving together.
We devote ourselves to service for the cause of the Gospel both locally and globally, using our spiritual gifts in the church, and showing God’s love in practical ways.