COVID -19 GUIDELINES
We are excited to announce that based on the Governor's latest instructions and guidelines, we are going to be able to gather once again inside our building. And the first Sunday we'll be able to gather will be on Sunday, May 17.
However, the Church Office will remain closed until further notice.
Let’s be smart as we prepare to come back to Church. Here are some important reminders:
We will continue to conduct our services on Facebook Live. If you feel safer and more comfortable at home, please stay home and worship with us online.
We will be following the guidelines for gathering given by the Governor’s office. Our Sanctuary will be marked for social distancing by blocking every other row and encouraging only sitting in family units 6 feet apart from others. Please do not change the set up or remove any materials used to mark these areas. Please refrain from shaking hands, hugging or high fives.
Masks and Sanitation Areas
We will have a few sanitation areas set up, as well as plenty of soap in the restrooms.
If possible, bring hand sanitizer and masks (cloth, bandannas, scarves, etc.) for all family members. (We will have a few masks available) We strongly encourage the use of masks, especially if you are in the most vulnerable group.
Sunday School, Wednesday Night and Sunday Night will NOT meet until further notice.
You are urged to continue to utilize online giving but there will also be secure boxes set up in the narthex to leave your offerings.
Before and after each service, our sanctuary, lobbies, restrooms, doors and all common areas will be cleaned and sanitized. We will also remove hymnals and Bibles from the sanctuary and use our screens for order of service and announcements.
Please do not attend if you are sick, running a fever, or have a low immune system. Practice regular hand washing and the use of our sanitation stations. Remember, there is NO PRESSURE to attend. Again, if you feel more comfortable at home, please stay home and worship with us online.
Invite others to join you. Text, email or call to let others know that they are welcome. Share posts through your social media accounts. Assure your family and friends that we will be taking all precautions to protect you and our community during this time.