The option of in-person worship services begins September 6th, 2020, at 9am and 11am, in the Sanctuary, even as our online services continue. We encourage all of our members to continue to participate with us through our virtual worship and not interpret the addition of in-person worship as an indication that you should be coming back to worship in person. In fact, we encourage you to continue to worship virtually, especially our elderly and at-risk members and visitors. We say this out of love and care for you and your health.
If you choose to attend in-person worship, we ask you to read the guidelines below, and to please register at one of the links below.
Connection Service Registration (9am in Sanctuary)
Traditional Service Registration (11am in Sanctuary)
Sanctuary Worship Guidelines:
- Consistent with current CDC and health department recommendations, masks are required by individuals while inside the Sanctuary. Visitors can bring their own mask or use one provided.
- Temperatures will be taken upon entrance at the Sanctuary. Any individuals with a fever of 100.4 or above will be asked not to enter the Sanctuary and to return home and to call your health care provider.
- Please wash your hands or use hand sanitizer prior to entering the Sanctuary.
- Certain rows have been blocked off to allow for social distancing by visitors. We ask that you abide by the seating arrangement and not sit in rows that are roped off and closed for seating.
- All visitors will enter through the main entrance and access open seats through the middle aisle.
- All visitors will exit through the east doors inside the Sanctuary and exit into the breezeway. Visitors on the east side of the Sanctuary will exit first. The west side will exit next.
- Upon exiting into the breezeway, we ask that you continue directly to your vehicle or other mode of transportation. Please do not congregate on campus after the worship service.
- Parishioners over the age of 65 and individuals considered at-risk are encouraged to stay home and continue to worship virtually only. If you are over the age of 65 or considered at-risk and plan to attend an in-person worship service, we encourage you to consult with your personal physician for guidance before attending. We say this out of love and care for you.