At 12 South, our Sunday worship services are specifically designed for you to hear the Gospel. The Gospel message is of first importance for us. Jesus is the hero of the story and the centerpiece of the entire Bible. This is what it means to be Gospel centered: focused on who Jesus is, what He said, and what He did. The Gospel is at the center of everything we do.
Our 12 South congregation has its own dedicated pastor who works in union with the other Midtown pastors and a single leadership team that serves all congregations. Our hope is that 12 South would serve to create intimate venues for people to hear the gospel, build Christ-centered community and grow in maturity. We hope to be part of the kingdom of God coming to the neighborhood of 12 South.
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Midtown 12 South‘s services are also back to full seating capacity. Registration is no longer necessary to attend a service, and six feet of distance between groups is no longer guaranteed.
Masks are no longer required in our worship services. If you are unvaccinated or would like to continue wearing your mask, please feel free to do so. Masks are welcome. However all volunteers and children ages five and over are required to wear masks while participating in our Sunday morning children’s ministry, Kidtown. The session will be revisiting this decision periodically and updating mask and safety protocols as warranted. While we understand that many of the decisions regarding masks and safety protocols have become and can be contentious, we truly desire to make our services accessible to the greatest number of our congregants and visitors.