COVID Update


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COVID Update


We’re happy to announce a change to our Sunday morning in-person attendance. Our current maximum occupancy limit gives us plenty of seats to accommodate everyone who is coming, so starting this week you no longer have to reserve seats in advance to attend the worship service! When you arrive you’ll enter through the main Atrium doors only so that we have an accurate headcount, but advance reservations are no longer required.
 


Keep in mind that other guidelines (distancing, face coverings, etc.) are still in place, and we will still use the Multipurpose Room for additional seating as needed. If Sunday attendance begins to approach the recently-increased occupancy limit at some point we may reinstitute the advance reservation system. But for now just come; we have a place for you! See you next Sunday!

COVID PROCESS

The goal of the Christian life isn't just to learn, sing, pray, and pursue God individually. If it were, we'd just tune in to the best preachers and praise bands on the internet! But God has a better vision: the local church. God wants us to learn together, sing together, pray together, and pursue him together. Experiencing God together is at the heart of who we are as a church.


Current health guidelines allow us to host up to 166 people on our campus during the Sunday worship service (100 in the Worship Center and 66 in the Multipurpose Room). 

Here's how it works:


Public health guidelines apply.   

We're asking everyone who chooses to attend to help us function in a way that's consistent with public health guidelines:

  • Everyone over age five should plan to use a face covering (mask or shield) at all times while you're inside the building, including when we sing.
  • Physical distancing will be maintained at all times (sorry, no hugs and handshakes yet!)
  • If you experience symptoms of an illness, please stay home.
  • We encourage children to attend with their families; there will be no separate children's program at this time.

We're happy to continue livestreaming the service so that everyone who isn't physically present can still participate live.