Covid19 Return

WE ARE BACK!

COVID-19 "RETURN TO GATHERING" POLICIES

It Is Time To Return Back To Church!

We are so excited to gather again this weekend with you in person. For the safety of all, we must comply with our guidelines. 

We Request You RSVP By Pre-registering On Our Church Event's Page (button below)

  • This is required as we use social distancing guidelines.

    • Household members must sit together in order to maximize space.
    • Others will have 6’ or 3 empty seats beside them.
  • Your RSVP implies you understand and agree that risks are involved in returning to worship, have not had known contact with anyone with a confirmed COVID-19 diagnosis in the past 14 days, you’re not ill in any way, you will wear a mask, and agree to comply with requested guidelines.

PLEASE NOTE

COVID-19 "RETURN TO GATHERING" POLICIES

We request that you not attend if you are at risk due to age or a compromised immune system.

  • All services will continue to be live-streamed for those who can not attend in person.

We will require that you wear a mask.

  • Please bring your own mask. 

We request that you use the restroom only if you must.

  • Please use the restroom before coming to church 
  • Access will be limited to a specific number at a time.
  • Bathroom surfaces will be disinfected periodically throughout the day.

We will not be handing out bulletins for now.

  • For upcoming events, we will do our best to keep you informed about up-coming events.
  • For offerings, we will continue to use our offering boxes as well as all digital formats (e.g. online giving, apps, website, etc).
  • Please refer to the FRIDAY CONNECT Email for all info & events.

We will disinfect sanctuary seats & surfaces between services.

We will not be resuming the Children’s Ministry at this time.

  • We plan to resume those gatherings soon.
  • Mature children that can sit through the worship service are welcomed.

We ask that you resist the desire to linger after service, but rather exit, and chat on the way to your vehicle after the service.

  • We know this sounds strange for a church that truly values community, but here’s why we ask for this level of cooperation:
    • We must prepare the assembly areas for the next “crowd.”
    • That includes sanitizing seats and surfaces.
    • We must honor the CDC guidelines.

Please be patient as we navigate the above challenges in this unprecedented season we are all walking through.

Please know that we are thrilled to see you and to serve you, and we are doing our best.

Lastly, and most importantly, rejoice in the Lord, always.