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Given that the number of cases of Covid in our area is rising and given that we want to remain open and covid free, we want to reiterate the need to follow stated guidelines:
Per the Governor’s LATEST GUIDELINES, Masks still may be removed when socially distanced, (six feet) AND NOT SINGING. We are asking everyone to be intentional for the sake of others. We are not promising a sterile environment. But if everyone takes responsibility to follow the guidelines, we can help slow the spread of illness AND we will be demonstrating our care for one another. WE CAN DO THIS!
-Pastor Ken, Laura Conant, Eric Lindsay, Greg Morrissey, and Raquel Stockbower (The Reopening Committee)
The Guiding Principle: LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOR!
  1. If you have a constellation of symptoms and you have not been tested for covid, please stay home. (CDC Symptoms: fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose).
  2. Upon entering the building, you are required to use the hand sanitizer.
  3. Both inside and outside the building, if you are over two years old, you are required to wear a mask until you are socially distanced. (This includes children coming forward for the children’s story).
  4. When singing, you are required to wear a mask unless you are able to be at least 8-10 feet away from others.
  5. Social distancing between people not related is six feet.
  6. Room capacity is at 50%. When you arrive in the sanctuary the ushers will seat you from the front of the sanctuary to the back. When the sanctuary or balcony is at capacity, you may find room in the fellowship hall or the chapel where the service is being live streamed.
  7. A mask only room is available in the lower level in the music room for both services.