COVID-19 Statement

Updated Response to COVID-19 (Jan. 2021)

Sunday Worship

We will continue to have two identical services: 9:45am and 11:15am. 

In gracious consideration for each other, we ask and encourage that all attendees please wear a mask during the service to cover their nose and mouth.

Please aim to maintain a six-feet distance between people outside of your household while inside the church building.

After the service, please follow the exit signs on the walls to allow greater spacing upon exiting.

Between services, please stay clear of the chapel/sanctuary to allow sufficient time for custodians to sanitize.

Other established precautions will continue, including the placement of offering plates, hand sanitizer provided, pews taped-off, drinking fountain closed, etc.
  

We ask that anyone who experiences symptoms associated with COVID-19 (fever, coughing, shortness of breath/difficulty breathing, loss of smell, or taste) please stay home.

For those members who feel unsafe or uncomfortable with attending Sunday worship in current conditions, we offer our support and prayers, until such time that they feel at peace to return, or until the pandemic has passed. 

Potential closures due to a possible occurrence of corporate exposure of COVID-19 will be evaluated by church leaders and communicated through the church email and social media.

Additional Sunday Ministries

Sunday School classes may choose whether to continue in-person meetings, to return to virtual meetings, or to temporarily suspend meetings. Teachers, in conjunction with their class, will choose whether to require masks. 

Nursery and Kids Cove will continue to be offered on Sunday mornings, with ongoing evaluation. We ask that all nursery and children’s workers wear masks, as well as children kindergarten and older.

Wednesday Night Discipleship

Adult discipleship will continue meeting at 7:15. In gracious consideration for each other, we ask and encourage that all attendees please wear a mask during the service to cover their nose and mouth.

Programs for children and youth may resume on the condition that all workers and children kindergarten and older, and all youth, wear a mask while inside.

Potential closures will be evaluated by church leaders.

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