Updated: Aug 3
While Covid-19 infection rates are constantly changing we will continue to carefully and cautiously monitor the situation and adjust our guideline accordingly. We respect that people have different opinions about Covid-19 and what level of precautions should be taken (if any) to prevent the spread of infectious illnesses.
While we no longer request that you use a mask while in our facilities, we continue to suggest refraining from physical contact (shaking hands, hugging, etc.), practice social distancing, wash your hands frequently and use hand sanitizer. In short, please suggest you use your best judgment. Age, preexisting health conditions and a variety of factors make some demographics of people more susceptible to infection than others. We respect the right of every person to take every precaution they feel necessary to feel safe.
If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms we would kindly ask that you remain at home and suggest you seek testing and medical advice from your family physician:
Fever or chills
Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
Muscle or body aches
New loss of taste or smell
Congestion or runny nose
Nausea or vomiting
Our offering will be collected in a plate at the front of the auditorium rather than collecting it in a plate passed from person to person as we once did.
Please do not use pews marked closed.
Communion will be separated into individual servings rather than passed from person to person.
If you don’t feel safe at any of our services, please let us know if there is anything further, we can do to accommodate you.
We appreciate your patience and understanding.