In-Person Worship, Classes and Activities
We are committed to providing a safe environment, especially while COVID-19 is still active in our community.
Below you will find BASIC SAFETY protocols, as well as safety protocols for:
WORSHIP, COMMUNION, and SMALL GROUPS AND CLASSES.
Basic Safety Protocols
Out of an abundance of love for others:
While on Church Grounds
MASKS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL PEOPLE AGE 2 AND UP WHILE IN THE CHURCH BUILDING, whether fully vaccinated or not.
- Worship service,
- Small groups
- Meetings with staff
Please wear a mask that covers from your nose to your chin. If you forget your mask, masks will be available for you.
- Maintain at least six feet distance between family groups.
- Make liberal use of our hand sanitizing stations.
- Do not consume food or drink, with the exception of communion during worship.
- If you do not feel well, please stay home for your own and other’s comfort and safety.
- Sanitizing wipes will be in all restrooms, so those who wish may wipe down touchpoints before using.
- Volunteers will greet you at either the East Entrance (off 18th St.) or the West Sanctuary Entrance (off 17th St.)
- Worship bulletins will be in the pews. Please sit only where there is a bulletin, as they are placed to maintain six foot distancing between family groups. When in doubt, please keep 3-4 seats between you and the next family group.
- We sing one hymn together; soloists or instrumentalists will provide special music for the service.
- Offerings can be given online or deposited in locked boxes at each exit from the sanctuary.
COMMUNION will be offered on the first Sundays of the month.
- Pre-packaged, individual Communion elements will be provided for you.
- When we take communion you may remove your mask. Please put your mask back on after you have partaken of the elements.
CARING VISITS - UPDATED
Due to the concerning rise in the Delta variant and even the number of breakthrough cases among the fully vaccinated, we are pausing for the most part in person caring visits. We realizing that not seeing people face to face is difficult, however we do this for the safety of all involved.
We continue to reach out by email, phone and zoom.
If you would like a caring visit, please contact us and we will be in touch to arrange a visit with one of our caring ministers.