In-person gatherings cancelled this weekend, March 15. Join us online for "Church at Home" starting at 8am on Sunday, March 15. Find it down below and on our Facebook and YouTube!


We Look Forward To Seeing You!

Wherever you’re from, Nona Church is a place where your entire family can find a community to call home. From the moment you pull into the parking lot, you will experience a team dedicated to making your time here the highlight of your week. Check out the video and FAQ below to get a glimpse of what to expect.

Service Time & Location

9:30 & 11:00AM
Wycliffe Discovery Center
11221 John Wycliffe Blvd, Orlando, FL, 32832


1. Why are we gathering in-person again?

We believe that the physical gathering of the church is part of God’s design for us as humans meant for embodied interaction (Gen. 2:7-8, 18) and as a spiritual community that is better together (Heb 10:2.4-25) The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted this God-given design for in-person interaction, and, in light of the coronavirus, our elders and leadership team have studied federal, state, and local guidelines, as well as medical research and feedback from our Nona Church family in deciding to begin gathering in-person again.

2. Will we still have Church Online?

Yes. We know that it is not wise for some people to gather in-person due to high-risk factors and that others do not yet feel comfortable putting themselves or others at risk, and we believe that it is important that everyone at Nona Church has access to gathered worship (Eph. 4:11-13) so that they can keep knowing and taking their next best steps in following Jesus as part of the Nona Church family. We have also seen new people in our community engage with us for the first time online, and we're excited to connect through our livestream with more people looking to take a next step towards God at Nona Church. You can join our church online HERE!

3. What health precautions will we take at our in-person worship gatherings?

All common surfaces (door handles, counters, chairs, etc.) will be sanitized before each worship gathering. Everyone will be required to wear a face mask. All gathering spaces will be set-up to facilitate social distancing. Hand sanitizing stations will be available throughout the facility.

4. Why wear masks?

We wear masks not only to protect ourselves, but to love and protect our neighbor (Matt. 22:39). Wearing a face mask is also an act of obedience to the civil authority (Rom. 13:1).

5. If I feel sick, should I come to in-person worship gatherings?

No. If you exhibit any of the following symptoms, you should stay home and engage with our gathered worship online: temperature of 100.0°F or higher, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, diarrhea, or new loss of taste or smell. Additionally, if you are in any the following high risk categories, we advise you to exercise caution in your decision to gather in-person: 65 years or older, chronic lung disease or moderate to severe asthma, serious heart conditions, immunocompromised, severe obesity, diabetes, chronic kidney disease undergoing dialysis, or liver disease.

6. Will there be Nona Kids at our in-person worship gatherings?

We are offering NonaKids during our in-person worship gathering as a first-come, first-serve basis in order to adhere to CDC recommendations, our Toddler, Preschool, and Elementary spaces will have limited capacity. There will also be special seating around tables for parents and children to worship together in the auditorium. There will be temperature checks for both kids and volunteers and all children 3 years and up will be required to wear a face mask. Click here to learn more about NonaKids!

7. Should we just stay home?

Absolutely not! While we will have some overflow seating available inside and ample overflow seating in a shaded area outside, please understand that once we are at capacity, we will not seat any more people in the auditorium in light of required health protocols.