Like you, we’re excited to worship in person! Our goal is to create a safe and welcoming environment for everyone. Now that we are back meeting in-person, we want everyone to feel safe, supported and have a positive experience. For those who can’t return immediately, or in the foreseeable future, we’re committed to providing an excellent online experience.
While the pandemic has brought many challenges, we are thankful for how God has used this difficult time to broaden our reach far beyond our community. We will regularly update this page as we have new or updated information.
If you have any other specific questions, please contact us.
While we are taking every possible measure we can to assure your safety, please understand we can’t guarantee it. See below for the precautionary steps we are taking:
DCC is known as a warm, welcoming, friendly place. We continue to offer worship that lifts the heart and teaching that connects our lives with the greater story God is unfolding in and through our lives. All this to continue to connect hearts to Christ in our services so that we can see even more people become devoted followers of Christ.
The health and safety of our children and families have always been, and remains, a top priority. DCC Kids in-person programming is happening at all campuses. Room capacity is limited.
Masks are required for all kids ages 2 years and older.
We are following the guidelines put forward by the CDC and Dane County's Emergency Order #9 and requiring masks for everyone 2 years and older. We’ll keep updating this section as new guidelines are issued.
The simple answer is when you are ready. We fully support you, understanding everyone’s situation is different. We ask that you make the right decision for you and your family. We will continue to offer our services online.
It is our intention to continue to provide all the resources that are currently online. If you have a question about a specific resource or cannot find what you need please let us know. Currently, links to online resources can be found here. If you have questions or need assistance, please contact us.
Yes. Virtual/Zoom small groups have allowed more people to connect as we continue to reach more people. In addition, virtual/Zoom small groups will continue to be a way to engage in ministry for those who are not able, or not ready to come back. Small groups that are comfortable may choose to gather in-person in homes. See what small groups we are offering here.
We are prepared to host funerals and weddings under the current guidelines. Please see our Life Events page and follow up with staff.