Sunday Morning Service: April 18, 2021
We recognize that there are multiple opinions around and different levels of comfort in attending worship services during the present stay-at-home order, but we also recognize that attendance at an in-person service can provide not only a needed spiritual benefit, but can also have a positive effect upon one’s mental health. Because of this, for our upcoming service on Sunday, April 18, 2021 @ 10:00am, we have decided to open the church for our worship service at the present 15% capacity limit permitted by recent legislation. A 15% capacity limit will pose an issue for our regular attendance numbers as it means our in building limit will be 58 people, so we are asking that you keep this in mind as you decide whether to attend in-person or to join us online for our service.
As always, we will facilitate worship and community interaction in a way that respects the current COVID-19 restrictions. We’ll be continuing in our “Amen, Amen” sermon series and, please note that there will be no Sunday School this week – we plan to relaunch our Sunday School program once the COVID restrictions are lessened.
Please note that we will have two locations opened for worship: the main auditorium and overflow with a livestream broadcast in the lower auditorium. Seating assignment will be made on a first come, first serve basis.
Our desire is to host a service that all are as comfortable as possible in attending. As some of our congregants have auto-immune conditions and other health concerns that heighten the possible impact of COVID, we require all those attending our services to wear face masks out of consideration for others and in compliance with local health guidelines. Those unable or unwilling to wear face masks are asked, at this time, to join our services via our live-stream rather than attending in-person or to contact us ahead of time, so that alternate arrangements can be made for in-person attendance.