Sunday, May 10th – Church worship assembly scheduled for 10:30 a.m. resumes.
Those 65 and above along with other “high risk” individuals are encouraged to remain at home as recommended by the CDC and Governor Holcomb.
There will be no Jr. church or nursery care at this time as families are encouraged to worship together.
Social distancing will be encouraged. Masks, while not required by our church, will be available for those who would like or need them at each entrance. Hand sanitizer will also be available.
The auditorium seating will be adjusted so as to accommodate increased distance between rows and family units will be encouraged to sit three seats apart from other families.
Offerings can be placed in the wooden offering boxes located on the rear auditorium walls next to each entrance.
Bulletins will be available for you in the foyer.
Communion will be observed in a self-serve manner as well as guided by the service leader.
Nurseries will be sanitized and available for parents to feed and change young children as needed; however, the nursery will not be available for children to linger and play.
Church offices remain open Tuesday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Sunday school classes and Adult Bible fellowships will remain inactive until further notice.
Small groups will continue to meet via Zoom in the months of May and June as we journey together through the series on “Hope in the Midst of Suffering.”
Counseling ministries remain active for our community meeting both in person and online via Zoom in accordance with the counselee’s preference.
Freedom That Lasts addiction recovery group will continue to meet Friday evenings at 7 p.m.
Summer Events: Our ability to host VBS (currently scheduled for July 12-16th) will continue to be evaluated. A determination will be made in the weeks to come. There will not be any summer camp activities for juniors or teens. In addition, there will be no summer mission trip.
Extra cleaning precautions have been implemented for the areas being used for the Sunday worship service (Fellowship hall, Sunday school classrooms, and gym building will not be available for use on Sunday).
Weekly updates will be communicated as needed. In the meantime, thank you for your patience throughout this process of reopening. Please feel free to contact the church office with any questions or concerns you may have.
Final Comments: As a church, we remain committed to loving those both outside of our community and within our church family during this pandemic. Therefore, we refuse to allow Covid-19 to become a point of division or contention within our fellowship. Each family is encouraged to follow wise steps of safety for their family. We recognize there will be different levels of comfort and the ability to participate in church activities at this time. “This too shall pass” is our prayer.