Anyone who has symptoms (fever, cough, headache, etc.) or has been exposed to the coronavirus must stay home and view the services online.
“At-Risk population” - those over 65 or who have underlying health issues are strongly encouraged to stay home and continue participating online.
Anyone who feels uncomfortable attending in person during this time is encouraged stay home and view the services online. There is no pressure to physically attend.
Households will sit every other pew, at the ends of the pews.
Members are encouraged to consider sitting in the overflow space in the dining hall. Our goal is to stay under 25% capacity in each meeting space.
Face masks are highly encouraged, for the sake of yourself and others. Masks will be provided for those who do not have one.
There will be no Sunday School classes or nursery. We will have a Sunday morning service at 11 am, Sunday evening at 6 pm, and Wednesdays at 7 pm.
Stay at least 6 feet apart from one another—even outside. No handshaking or hugging, even if you feel safe doing so.
Minimize mingling and fellowship. The doors will not be opened until 5 minutes before the service begins. Ushers will help us exit row by row at the conclusion of the service to prevent congestion at the exits.
Family members should stay together as we come and go, rather than scattering to go socialize and be with friends.
No offering will be taken during the service. Offerings can be dropped in the box at the back of the sanctuary or be given online.
Hymnals have been removed from the pews, and the songs will shown on the overhead screen.
Ushers with masks and gloves will open and close the doors to minimize the number of people touching the door handles.
All door handles, pews, and other common touch points will be sanitized prior to every service.