AN UPDATE FROM PASTOR MARSHALL

PHASE 1 PROTOCOLS REINSTATED
  From now to the end of October we will observe the following protocols:
      1. Social distancing in church with families sitting together   

      2. New cleaning and disinfecting measures
      3. Doors to open 10 minutes before services begin, and close 10 minutes after services conclude

 

CHANGES TO SCHEDULE AND CHILDREN’S MINISTRIES
  9:45am Sunday School Hour
      - No nursery care during Sunday School Hour
      - No children or teen Sunday School classes during Sunday School Hour
      - No Homebuilders Class
      - No Singles class
      - Church-wide Sunday School in the Auditorium during Sunday School Hour where all age groups are welcome

  11:00am Sunday Worship Service
      - Nursery care for 0-2 years
      - No other children’s ministries during Church Hour
      - New cleaning protocol

  6:00pm Sunday Evening Service
      - No change to current schedule
  7:00pm Wednesday Evening Bible Study
      - No change to current schedule


NURSERY CARE UPDATE

  In order to ensure nursery care, mothers utilizing the nurseries may be asked to help cover nursery responsibilities.


SHOULD I COME TO CHURCH OR NOT?
  1. Take responsibility for your medical safety
      a. If you are sick (even a cold) – stay home
      b. If you are tested for COVID-19, stay home until you receive a negative result.
      c. If you have tested positive for the virus, and you have had symptoms, do not come to church until after:
            i. 10 days since symptoms first appeared and
           ii. 24 hours with no fever without the use of fever reducing medications and
          iii. Other symptoms of COVID-19 are improving
      d. If you have tested positive for the virus, and you have had no symptoms:
            i. You can be with others after 10 days if you continue to have no symptoms.
           ii. Most people do not require additional testing to decide when they can be around others; however, if your                          healthcare provider recommends additional testing, they will let you know when you can resume being around                others based on your test results.

      e. If you hear that someone in church has a confirmed case and you are concerned about getting sick at church,                 stay home.
       f. If you still want to come to church even though you are concerned, wear a mask and refrain from physical                          interactions.

  2. I will be interacting with people from a distance

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