As we transition back to in-person worship, we will continue to practice “social distancing” in accordance with the Governor’s recommendations. Families will be seated in staggered seating at least 6 feet from other families.
Unfortunately, our capacity will be greatly reduced for several weeks as we phase in safe worship practices. Because of this, we will be asking people to let us know what worship time they will be attending - either on our website or by calling the church office.
In addition to staggered seating in the sanctuary, the fellowship hall area will be utilized as overflow with the video screens to view the service.
A sanitizing station will be located at the entry to the worship center and everyone will be asked to sanitize their hands before entering. Face masks will be recommended for all who attend and we will have a limited number of masks on-site for those who need them.
Some aspects of our “normal” Sunday morning will have to be put on hold for the time being. For example, there will be no coffee bar this summer, and no meet and greet times before or after worship services.