COVID-19 and the Church

The steps we’re taking to keep your safe and how you can do the same.

What we are doing to keep our community safe.
Wearing Masks

Wearing Masks

Masks will be required for all volunteers and attendees ages 3 and up. Acceptable masks include cloth or disposable face coverings that cover the nose and mouth completely. A face shield alone is not sufficient and requires that a mask be worn as well.

Sanitization

Sanitization

The Sanctuary is sanitized before services. Commonly touched areas, such as door handles, are wiped down. Hand sanitizer is available at check in and around the building.

Limited Amenities

Limited Amenities

Refreshments will not be offered during this time. Water fountains are closed. Restrooms are available and sanitized before and after services, with doors propped open where privacy allows. 

Contact-Free Greetings

Contact-Free Greetings

We encourage a warm welcome, but discourage physical contact including hugs and handshaking. Doors are propped open. 

Healthy Hospitality

Healthy Hospitality

Touch free attendance will be taken at check-in. Offering / donations can be given online or at the giving table near the exit. Prayer requests and celebrations can be shared electronically.

Communion

Communion

Communion will be served in pre-packaged containers and will be distributed before the service begins. 

What you can do

Sick with COVIDIf you don’t feel well or have been around someone who has been exposed to or diagnosed with COVID-19, please stay home and worship with us online.

Maintain 6 feet distanceMaintain a six-foot distance between you and others. Remain in your chair unless absolutely necessary.

Wear Face MasksMasks that completely cover your nose and mouth are required at all times.

Wash Your HandsWash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water isn’t available, use hand sanitizer.

Dont Touch your FaceAvoid touching your eyes, nose, mouth and mask. Quickly dispose of anything that has come in contact with your face.

Cover Your coughsCover coughs and sneezes with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash. If you do not have a tissue, cough or sneeze in your upper sleeve, not your hands.