The following are some guidelines we established to provide for the safety of the congregation and as a way to show love and consideration to one another.

  • If you are sick or feel you might be getting sick, please stay home.
  • If you are elderly, have a weakened immune system or feel unsure about coming please consider staying home for a bit longer.
  • We would ask you who plan to attend to maintain social distancing guidelines.
    • This means that you consider keeping large spaces where you sit (other than families together).
    • We have every other pew ribboned off to help.
  • We will not be having Sunday School, evening services, nursery or other children’s programs for a few weeks.
  • We will also have the service streamed into the Fellowship Hall as a place to help spread out if needed.
  • Please, feel free to wear a mask.
  • We ask that you refrain from shaking hands, hugging or any other physical contact.
  • We do not anticipate eating or having communion for a time.

We do recognize that we all have different thoughts about the COVID-19 pandemic. But above all, we desire that when we come together again we would all feel comfortable and safe in enjoying worship of our God together.