After a long year and seven months, Pastor Perrin Rogers and the Triumphant Church Family is excited to welcome you back to in-person worship.  We know that you may have some questions, and/or concerns related to returning to in-person worship, thus we have addressed them below.  If you have any additional questions, please contact the church office at 301.559.2200 or send an email to

We have developed preventative measures to help reduce the spread of COVID-19, but we cannot guarantee that you or family members will not become infected with COVID-19.

SELF-DECLARATION: If you respond “yes” to any of the following questions, access to the worship service will be denied; except for allergy/hay fever related symptoms. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: When will in-person worship service resume?

A: In-person worship service will resume on Sunday, November 7, 2021 at 10:30 am.  Live-streaming will continue to be offered.

Q: What safety protocols have been established to keep us safe when we return to in-person worship?

A: The following safety protocols have been established to keep us safe when we return to in-person worship:

  • All attendees will be required to register for in-person worship service or event to ensure we are remaining compliant with the maximum building occupancy limit.   Socially distant seating will be implemented based on registrations received (i.e., persons will be seated with family members). 
  • Hand sanitizing stations and disinfecting wipes will be located throughout the church.
  • The sanctuary will be thoroughly cleaned before and after each service and/or activity with Microban and fogging disinfectant.
             o   Disinfectant fogging uses vaporized disinfectant sprayed from a fogging machine to sanitize all surfaces the vapor comes into contact with. It’s
                  fast-acting and dries within minutes. It’s similar to spraying your entire home with disinfectant spray.
  • Your temperature will not be taken. Per the CDC it is not a good indicator for symptoms of COVID-19.
  • If you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19 or have been exposed to the virus, please consider worshipping with us online until you are well.

Q: When will I be required to register for in-person worship?

A:  The registration open period for in-person worship will be each Wednesday, 12:00 am to Saturday, 12:00 pm or until registration reaches capacity prior to the Sunday service.

Q:  What should I do if I don’t feel comfortable with any physical contact during in-person worship or event?

A:  If attendees do not feel comfortable with any physical contact during in-person worship or event, a red wristband will be provided indicating no physical contact.

Q: How will tithes and offerings be collected?

A: The collection of tithes and offerings will be contactless.  Attendees will be able to utilize the following giving options:

  • Online:
  • CashApp: $WeAreTriumphant
  • Mail: 4603 Eastern Ave Mt. Rainier, MD 20712
  • A collection offering box will be placed near the entrance for you to drop off your tithes and offerings as you exit worship service.  

Q: Due to returning to in-person worship, will the time change for Intercessory Prayer?

A: Yes, beginning Sunday, October 31, 2021, Intercessory Prayer will begin at 9:00 am. 

Q: Will communion continue to be held the first Sunday of each month?

A: Yes, beginning Sunday, November 7, 2021, communion will begin at 1:00 pm, following morning worship service. We will continue to gather on the lawn or you can remain in your vehicles in the rear of the church.  

Q: Am I required to be fully vaccinated to attend in-person worship service or church sponsored events?

A:  No, you are not required to be fully vaccinated and, to minimize the barrier for people to worship, your vaccination status will not be asked. For situational awareness, close to 90% of those persons who completed the Return to Church survey have been vaccinated. Lastly, masks are required to be worn at all times.

Q. Will there be children’s church?

A: Children's Church will not be available immediately; however, teams are working on implementing a safe solution for return.

There will be color coded social bands provided during the in-person worship services. Since there will be a wide range of comfort levels regarding physical proximity and contact and some may find it awkward to let others know their greeting preferences; these bands will help attendees signal their preference for physical greetings.

What does being sick with COVID-19 look like compared with a cold, flu and allergies? See the symptoms for each illness and how often in the chart below.