The sanctuary is open to in-person worship. We will maintain social distance, and masks are required inside the building regardless of vaccination status, per CDC guidelines. We welcome all who are feeling well and haven't been recently exposed to the virus. We will continue to livestream the service for those who prefer to worship at a distance.
All who attend will be expected to abide by these safety guidelines:
Please sign in when you arrive in case contact tracing becomes necessary.
If you are in a high-risk category, have any symptoms, or are unwell at all, please do stay home and take care of yourself. Services are livestreamed at 9:30 a.m. and recorded for later viewing on both Facebook and YouTube.
If you have traveled out of the area or may have been exposed to COVID-19 in the past two weeks, please do stay home as a precaution and join us online.
Masks are required indoors regardless of vaccination status.
Hand sanitizing stations are available outside the sanctuary door. Please use sanitizer before entering and exiting the sanctuary.
Social distancing is maintained at all times between individuals or family groups, whether inside or outside. Please visit outside to avoid congestion in the narthex.
Congregational participation is invited during corporate prayers and hymns. Prayer requests (joys and concerns) may be written out at home or on a card we will provide. Pastor Norman will collect the prayer cards and share them at prayer time.
Children are welcome to sit with their parents in worship, or they may participate in Children's Church outside on the church lawn during the service. The children’s area in the sanctuary will not be available and childcare in the nursery will not be provided at this time.
At the end of the service, you are welcome to visit with each other outside, where coffee and juice will be served.
Restrooms available upstairs.
If, after attending worship, you become symptomatic or test positive for COVID-19, please notify the church office immediately. Our check-in system will allow us to let others know of their potential exposure.