We have resumed our 10 AM Sunday morning worship services. The church van will be available on Sunday mornings, as soon as we have someone who wants to ride it.
The Governor’s guidelines still encourage people 65 years and older, or who have health conditions that put them at risk, to stay home. But each person and family must decide for themselves whether they will come or not. Worshiping God is essential, but we don’t want anyone risking their health. Make your own best decision for yourself and your family.
We will not be having a nursery, children’s Sunday School classes, or the Treehouse children’s church until preschools and daycare centers are allowed to reopen. Some of our adult Sunday School classes are meeting; others have decided to wait.
The entry doors will be propped open so no one has to touch them, even the outside doors when the weather permits.
Hand sanitizer is available, and people are encouraged to wear face masks.
Bulletins will be placed on the lectern by the double door entrance to the sanctuary. Everyone can pick one up for themselves.
We will not have a time to greet or shake hands during the service, and everyone is encouraged to use social distancing. Every other pew is partitioned off. People are encouraged to sit at least 6 feet apart. Family groups may of course sit together.
Offering plates will not be passed. If you have an offering, there is a locked wooden box with a slot in the top back on the ushers’ table. Offerings may be placed in the box.
There will be no Sunday night or Wednesday night meetings through the end of May. Our evening services may resume in June. We want to be cautious. We will see how things go and possibly resume evening services in June.