Updated: 1/22/2021


In compliance with directives from our public health officials and to support efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19, all services, meetings, events, and office hours are modified and meet through zoom. The Zoom links are available on our website under the Small Group section.

Sunday services will be live streamed on the front page of our website via Twitch.

Looking for stores that have seniors in mind?

  • Dollar General announced earlier this week that it will reserve the first hour of each business day for seniors and at-risk members of the community.
  • Safeway stores are now open each Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7 a.m. to 9 am. for seniors and those in at-risk groups.
  • Whole Foods stores are open to customers 60 and up from 8 to 9 a.m. each day
  • Smart & Final is opening its stores early each day for seniors 65-plus and customers with disabilities from 7:30 to 8 a.m.
  • Walmart will reserve the first hour of business each Tuesday for those vulnerable populations starting Tuesday, March 24.
  • Starting next Wednesday, March 25, Target stores will hold senior shopping hours for the first hour of business each Wednesday.
  • Raley’s stores are offering “Senior Essentials” bags. Store workers will assemble a combination of dry goods and fresh goods in one bag for either $20 or $35. Those bags are available for curbside or in-store pickup

Information obtained from KCRA