Hi, Church! Thank you for faithfully walking through this journey of COVID-19 together. We have been taking it one step at a time in our re-entry process. With that said, beginning February 1, we are entering the next phase in our re-opening plan: you will NO longer need to register to attend weekend worship or bring your kids to church. Again, this will begin the week of February 1.
This phase still asks all of us to be responsible by wearing a mask, social distancing and staying home if you have compromised health. Stay tuned for more information in our FAQ. Until the week of February 1, please continue to register below to attend our services. Thank you!
To reserve your seats, please click the button below.
Children's Ministries - 6 Weeks to 5th Grade.
Campus and COVID Information. Check out your campus for details.
LAKEVILLE - Offering programming for ages 6 weeks - 5th grade. Registration IS REQUIRED weekly, register below for 1/24 >>
*For information regarding traffic flow at the Lakeville Campus click the link HERE.
NORTHFIELD - Offering programming for ages Kindergarten - 5th grade. Registration is NOT required for kids programming.
*For information regarding traffic flow at the Northfield Campus click the link HERE.
ROSEMOUNT - Offering programming for ages 6 weeks - 5th grade. Registration is NOT required for kids programming.
*For information regarding traffic flow at the Rosemount Campus click the link HERE.
SHAKOPEE - Offering programming for ages 6 weeks - 5th grade. Registration is NOT required for kids programming.
*For information regarding traffic flow at the Shakopee Campus click the link HERE.
How does social distancing work with the reservation system?
Our registration system will assist with social distancing as you reserve your seats. It is essential for individuals to sit in their reserved seats to ensure this process is effective.
Are masks required?
Yes. For the safety and health of all we are requiring everyone to wear masks. Children under the age of 2 do not need to wear a mask. Upon arrival, there will be hand sanitizing stations with masks available for those who didn’t bring their own.
Will child care or children’s programming be provided?
Yes, Children’s programming is currently available for children 6 weeks to 5th grade.
What are your cleaning procedures and what does “Limited Building Access” mean?
Following every worship service, our cleaning teams will be sanitizing all areas of the building in preparation for the next worship service. There will also be limited building access. The parent’s room, nursing room, and the Lakeville campus balcony seats will be unavailable.
Where should I park and what door should I go in?
Depending on the campus you select, you will be directed to the parking lot nearest the entrance door. We ask that you enter in the door that is on your confirmation (if applicable). We ask that you do not arrive any earlier than 15 minutes prior to the start of your worship service.
What should I bring the morning of worship service?
Don’t forget to bring a printed confirmation of your registration confirmation or be ready to show it on your phone/tablet. You will also need to have a mask and may want to bring a bible, pen, paper, etc. as we will not be passing these items out to limit touchpoints.
What if I need to cancel my reservation?
Due to our limited capacities, we ask that you please be considerate and release your reservation by logging back into the system so that someone else may reserve a seat.
What if I didn’t get to reserve a seat?
If you didn’t get to reserve a seat for the weekend you wanted to attend, we encourage you to continue to join us online for our weekly Church@Home experience and in our Morning Devotionals on Facebook Live (Mondays - Saturdays at 7 am).
What else should I know about reservations?
- If your campus is "full" please consider joining us at one of our other campuses.
The Lakeville Chapel will be open for additional seating beginning September 13. Once the Lakeville Worship Center reservations are 80% filled, we will open the Chapel for reservations. The Worship service in the Chapel will be "live-streamed." Social distancing and masks are required. We look forward to worshiping with you!
- Each person in your group needs a separate reservation. (Children under 2 may sit on a parent’s lap. Children over 2 need a reservation for their seats.)
- Maximum of twelve tickets per family.
- Reserve seats for only your immediate household.
- Our venues are currently limited to 50% occupancy with a maximum of 250 people in a single self-contained space. This occupancy includes staff and volunteers serving in the venue.
- Doors will open fifteen minutes before services start.
- Before you click “confirm”, please be sure you are adhering to CDC guidelines.
- You will be asked to provide your name, email and phone number for any contact tracing that may become necessary. Your information will not be shared with anyone or any organization that does not need this information to complete the contact tracing process.
- If reserving a wheelchair seat, you will need to call the Brushfire Help Center at 877.564.9588 to make that reservation. You will need to bring your own wheelchair.
- There is no charge for the reservations.
- For any other help with your reservation please call the Brushfire Help Center at 877.564.9588
What are you doing to stay safe during this time?
- All services will be as touchless as possible and all high-volume areas will be thoroughly sanitized between services.
- To minimize touchpoints;
- We will not be passing out programs, bibles, or pens.
- Offering baskets will not be passed. We encourage you to give online, but if you want to give during worship there will be non-contact offering kiosks at building entrance and exit spaces.
- No water fountains will be open.
- No cafe/hospitality food or beverages will be offered.
- We also plan to have dedicated entry and exit points, defined traffic patterns, ongoing sanitization in all areas, and an adjustable seating plan to accommodate additional spacing.
- There are posted signs reminding of proper hygiene practices and to join us online if you have experienced symptoms or are at risk of Covid-19
- Additional hand sanitizing stations will be placed throughout the building.
- No outside food or beverages will be permitted.
What steps can I take to stay safe?
- Continue joining us online if you’re not ready to come back, if you’re sick, have been exposed to the virus, or are in the high-risk category (65+ or have a pre-existing condition). If you have had COVID-19 symptoms in the last 14 days, have been near someone who does or is in contact with people who are more susceptible to contracting an illness, please continue to watch online.
- Practice good hygiene: cover coughs and sneezes, wash hands often, wear masks.
- Maintain a distance of six or more feet between yourself and others.
What about those who are considered more vulnerable or caring for those who are?
If you’re vulnerable for any reason we encourage you to stay home. If you have any symptoms of sickness or have been around anyone who has shown symptoms, please remain home from Hosanna buildings for at least 14 days.
If you have traveled to a “hot spot” please consider quarantining yourself for at least 14 days.