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OUR BUILDING is open!

Our Church building is now open for regular services Sunday 

at 10:30AM & 6:30PM and Wednesday at 7:00PM.

For everyone's safety and well being we ask you to apply the following procedures:

 

1. As you enter the building, please wash or sanitize your hands.

 

2. Please refrain from shaking hands or hugging.

 

3. You are free to wear a face mask if you would like to. We have designated 2 areas

in the sanctuary for extra space.

 

4. There will be no Children’s Church, Sunday school or nursery until further notice. 

 

5. Ushers will help you find a seat when you enter the sanctuary and children will be expected to sit only with their family.

 

6. Offering baskets will not go around. We will explain other alternative methods during the announcements.

 

7. If you are currently sick, have a fever, or are part of at risk population, please stay home.

 

8. We will be Live-streaming for those who are currently unable to attend the services.

 

We are very excited to be able to meet again and worship God together.  Looking forward to seeing everyone again. May God bless.

 

Sincerely,

Pastor Carlos Morales 

Check out our services when we were in the Parking Lot!

We encourage you to continue giving through our giving portal.

 

 

Needing prayer or counsel? 

Please reach out to our staff, Pastor Morales or Pastor Rodriguez

anytime through email or text message.

The Potters House Norfolk is a Bible-based, Spirit-filled, Non-denominational Christian ministry with a passion to share the good news of Jesus Christ. Worship services follow a contemporary style in a casual environment where you'll hear relevant messages for everyday life. Our warm, friendly congregation has been serving the Hampton Roads for more than 25 years. Come check us out!

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Phone: 757.200.5300​ | 6820 N. MILITARY HWY NORFOLK, VA 23518

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