Guidelines for re-opening

Please read the following guidelines in the context of Jesus' commandment to love one another.

Bring a mask. Please wear it when we sing as singing sends moisture in the air like sneezing and coughing. This does not mean the moisture has the virus, we think it is wise to be cautious at this point to wear one. Praise team, pastors and anyone who has trouble breathing without a mask is given the option to wear a mask. Masks are available if you do not have one.

There will be hand sanitizer available.

We ask that there be no handshaking or high-fiving.

Chairs in the sanctuary will be spread out. Families may sit together.

There will be no children ministries, nursery, coffee or other refreshments at this time.

If you feel sick, please stay at home.

The Service will be live-streamed.

These guidelines will be in place for two weeks. If there are no instances of anyone getting the virus, then we will loosen some of the guidelines more.


See you Sunday! Pastor Matt

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