Worship Guidelines for COVID-19

We desire to worship together, yet we desire also to follow the best advice of State and Local government, and the medical community on how to best gather while mitigating the spread of COVID-19.  Here are the basic guidelines for those who wish to attend in person worship.  We understand not all will want to follow these guidelines and respectfully ask that those unwilling to do so worship with us online via Facebook Live or YouTube Live.  

  • Wear A Mask

    State and CDC guidelines recommend wearing a mask when around those from outside your family. Masks reduce the spread of the virus from those who may be sick and not know it. We ask that you please wear a mask at all times while in the building. This is for your protection and the protection of others.  Children under 2 years of age are exempt.


    If you do not have a mask, we have disposable ones available at the door.  

  • Temperature Check

    As you enter, a volunteer will take your temperature using a contact free thermometer.  This process takes about 10 seconds.   Those with a temperature (defined 100.4* or higher) will be asked to refrain from entering the worship space.  

  • Physical Distancing

    We ask that those who are not of the same household maintain a physical distance of 6ft (2m) from one another.  In our worship space we have spaced chairs 6feet apart to maintain this distance while in service.  

  • Clean Hands

    While COVID spreads through airborne particles, it can also spread by contacting infected surfaces.  Please keep your hands clean (avoid touching your face, mouth, eyes and mask) by washing or utilizing hand sanitizer available throughout the building.  

  • If you are sick or think you Could be sick: Please stay home.

    If you have the symptoms of COVID-19, have been exposed, tested positive, or have been around others who may have been exposed, out of respect for others, please stay home.

What will worship look like when we return to the sanctuary?  Is there any special precautions or things I need to know before I come?  Those are great questions.  The video below will help you be prepared to return to worship in-person.  

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