What to Expect at Indoor Worship
Updated February 2022
Planning to join us for worship inside the sanctuary? Wondering what all that will involve? Below are a few guidelines to help you as you plan your visit. We are so excited to welcome you!
- Please check in with the host upon your arrival – they will be standing just inside the front doors of the church in the narthex. The host will ask a quick health screening question (have you been/are you feeling well). If you have a fever, cough, breathing problems, chills, muscle pain, sore throat, vomiting, diarrhea, or loss of taste or smell – please enjoy our virtual worship service from your home.
- The host table will have both paper copies of the bulletin as well as a QR code to download a digital copy. Additionally, on that table you will find a basket where you may place any offering that you may have brought. Our bulletin also contains a page with instructions about how to use our mobile giving app.
- For the time being, masks are still required at all times while inside the building. With ever-shifting protocols and recommendations from state and local officials, this may change (let’s be honest – most likely will change) from week to week, so please follow instructions from the host and any posted signage you may see.
- We ask that you please maintain social distancing to the best of your ability while in the sanctuary.
- The pews are marked with rainbow-colored Velcro dots to help ensure social distancing while seated. There are groups of 1, 2, 3, and 4+ dots, so please choose your seats according to the size of your group – one person to a dot please!
- The pastors will bring communion to you where you are seated. Grape juice and gluten free wafers are available upon request.
- If you test positive for Covid within 4 days of attending worship, please contact the church office.
- Because we will need to set up for our outdoor service, once worship is over, please move to the grass area for fellowship and conversation.
- Covid has drastically changed so much about our lives and the world around us. We thank you for your flexibility, understanding, and grace as we live into these unique times that we find ourselves in.