We care deeply about those in our congregation who are aging or immune-compromised and want to make sure they feel as much a part of this body as those who are able to safely gather.
Our new normal, for the time being, will look like this…
We will no longer worship outside.
We’re limiting seating to 250, half of our current seating capacity for our 10:00 AM and 12:00 PM services to allow for social distancing.
We’re asking all attenders to RSVP in advance for which service they will be attending.
We will not be offering any nursery or kids ministries at the present time.
We already have our buildings cleaned each week, but we’re doing more in the way of disinfecting.
We will asking everyone who attends a in person service to wear a colored wristband that will allow those around you to acknowledge your comfort level.
Red equals no contact
Yellow indicates an elbow bump is okay
Green means go in for the hug or the high-five
We will be taking the temperature of everyone who attends any of our worship services. If you do have a temperature over 99.1 you will be asked not to attend.
Wearing a mask is still optional for those who are not serving that day.*
We are asking you to congregate outside instead of inside the lobby, and to reserve space around you.
Registration Card for Seniors over the age of 60
This is different, and that’s okay. We want to invite you and warmly welcome you to join us in person every weekend. And if you are worried, or aging, or immune-compromised or especially vulnerable, we want you to know that you are just as much a part of our family when you watch online from home.
* We know there are different opinions about the effectiveness of masks, but because we believe in deferring to one another and making allowance for each other, we’re going to do the safest and most loving thing we can do – if you are serving please wear a mask unless speaking or performing on stage. This will protect you from all of the different people you are serving that might come into your personal space due to your position.