New guidance recommendations for churches have been released by our governor.
He is allowing churches to conduct services based upon their own determination which is a blessing and scriptural.
With those freedoms of course there are responsibilities as well. And we want to make sure that we steward the health of worshippers.
If you are not comfortable coming to church yet that’s fine. We will still continue to live stream the services on YouTube and Facebook.
For those that do come, it is likely that you may not be in your usual seats but we’ll be staggered throughout the sanctuary. There will be a pew between each row and proper distances maintained between family units to ensure we have safe distance among one another. We will do our best to use the guidelines that have been issued to ensure the health of our congregation.
If you are at high risk through a compromise immune system, I would like to encourage you to continue watching online. Also, if you believe that you have been exposed to the Virus, it will be appreciated if you watch online until clear. If you have a mask, use it. All worshipers should be following good hygiene, handwashing, covering coughs, cleanliness in general...just as you should every day!
Our commonly touched and frequented areas will be cleaned between services.
We will not be shaking hands or passing the offering plate.
This will begin this Sunday (April 26). We will gradually get back to full services. This Sunday, we will have our morning service and evening service at scheduled times. Next Wednesday night will be at the schedule time as well. There will be no nursery offered at this time.
Sunday School begins Sunday, May 10, 2020!!