What to Expect When You Come to Outdoor Worship

(Updated July 11, 2021)

What should you expect when you come for in-person worship on the lawn?  Below are a few guidelines. If you are joining us virtually, please feel free to skip this section.  Above all, we ask that you come with an open mind and a gracious heart as we continue to live into this way of worshiping together.

  • Sign-ups are no longer required for this service. Please check in with the host to answer screening questions upon your arrival.
  • 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.
  • If you are not fully vaccinated, and you have traveled within the last 10 days, we request that you wear your mask during worship that Sunday. If you have been fully vaccinated, you do not need to follow the 10-day quarantine requirements.
  • If you are fully vaccinated, masks are optional for the entirety of the worship service, including arrival and departure. If you are not fully vaccinated, for your safety, please wear a mask when entering and leaving the worship space. Once seated, you are welcome to remove your mask.
  • Please maintain social distancing of at least 6 feet from people not in your household.
  • Bring any supplies you might need to survive a 45 min outdoor worship service!
    • Chairs or blankets (limited handicap seating will be available)
    • Water, hats, sunscreen, umbrellas, and hand sanitizer
  • The pastors will bring communion to you where you are seated. Grape juice and gluten free wafers are available upon request.
  • Please print the bulletin at home or bring it on your phone or tablet.
  • A scannable QR code will be available when you arrive if you forget.
  • There will be one entrance point near the olive trees and benches. Exits will be located near the MU building and Dot’s Garden.
  • The bathroom in the MU building will be available for one person to use at a time.