We are so excited to announce that we plan to return to indoor church services on Sunday, June 21. We are taking all precautions to make our services as safe as possible. Below is a list of important points for you to know about our services on June 21.
-Sunday, June 21 we will begin having 2 Sunday morning services.
- Service 1: 8:30 to 9:20
- 9:30 to 10:15 Sanitizing (building closed)
- Service 2: 10:30 to 11:20
We are limited on how many people can be in the building at once and we are capping the limit at 50 people. If you could do us a favor and please email firstname.lastname@example.org, and tell us which service you would like to attend and how many will be with you. That would help us out greatly.
If you are not ready to come back yet, that is fine. We will continue to stream the 10:30 service on Facebook Live and also both services will be broadcast on FM 93.3 in the parking lot.
Here are some precautions and announcements for these services...
- If you are elderly, have a compromised immune system, are sick or have been sick, or simply are not feeling well, please stay home and join us at 10:30 on Facebook Live.
- Please, only one family per row. For all others, please have two seats in between.
- After the early service, please exit the building quickly so we can clean and sanitize it for the 10:30 service. There is plenty of room outside to social distance.
- Please observe social distancing.
- The CDC recommends wearing a mask, but that is not required.
- Please no hugs or handshakes.
- Use the hand sanitizer available at the front doors and the back of the auditorium.
- Only two people at a time in the restrooms (if not family).
- Wash hands with soap and water before leaving restrooms.
- There will be a drop box on the Welcome Center to place your offering.
- Please do not remove the tape or sit in rows that are taped off.
- Nursery will only be open for diaper changing.
These precautions are very important to the safety and health of our church family. It is very important that you follow these guidelines set in place by our local healthcare officials, board, and deacons. We want regathering of our church body to be an encouraging, edifying, and safe experience. You may not be as concerned as others about being exposed to the corona virus, but please be respectful of your neighbor and their health, well-being, and anxiety regarding this pandemic. We look forward to seeing you soon.