Sunday Service 10:00 am
1950 Isaac Newton Square West, Reston, Virginia  

COVID PRECAUTIONS (UPDATED 5/28/2021)

Those who are in good health (without fever and not showing any symptoms of COVID) and ready to worship in person are welcome to join us.  For those worshipping from home, click here to view our livestream via our website, or our YouTube channel, or our Facebook page.
 

Please note, Calvary Chapel Reston Station will be implementing the following updates to our precautions:  

  • temperature checks are no longer required
  • masks will be optional for those who need them

 

The following precautions will remain in place 

  • hand sanitizer stations will be available
  • reduced number of chairs to help increase space, & chairs set up so families, couples, and individuals can be seated together 
  • signs to remind all of us of simple ways we can work together to reduce infection risks out of love for God and one another
  • Encouraging all to keep the doorways and hallways clear so others can more easily move through the building

 

All are encouraged to arrive 15-20 minutes before our service begins.  

  • To reduce distractions once service begins for those present and for those worshipping with us online
  • It gives everyone time to get seated before the service starts

 

As our precautions decrease, our need to love one another and to be gracious to one another remains the same.  The Scriptures remind us to be kind to one another, love one another as Christ loves us, and whatever we do to one another, we do to our Savior and Lord (Ephesians 4:31-32; John 15:12; Matthew 25:40).  This is our opportunity to exercise these truths out of love for our Savior who loves us, and out of love for one another.  May the Holy Spirit help each of us to exercise our liberties out of love for one another, and not selfishly nor pridefully (Galatians 5:13-14; Titus 3:1-2). 
 

Click here if you have questions.  We appreciate your continued prayers as we navigate these challenging times.  And we look forward to worshipping the Lord together, and digging into the Scriptures as the household of faith! 


Hebrews 10:24-25 (NKJV) 24 And let us consider one another in order to stir up love and good works, 25 not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as is the manner of some, but exhorting one another, and so much the more as you see the Day approaching.