In-person Services Sundays @ 10 AM

COVID-19 Safety

Our safety plan for indoor gatherings

  • If you’re sick or have sick family members, stay home and quarantine based on CDC recommendations.
  • All church members, visitors, volunteers, and staff need to check their temperature at home to ensure they are fever-free before coming to the church building.
  • All church members, visitors, volunteers, and staff need to stay a minimum of six feet away from anyone other than members of their own household.
  • All church members, visitors, volunteers, and staff shall wear face coverings before, during, and after any on-campus event, including indoor or outdoor worship services.

* Exceptions to wearing face coverings: children under the age of 5; those with a medical condition or disability concerns

  • We will utilize only the main sanctuary doors for entrance and exit for worship services and events. All volunteers, staff, and attendees must use these doors and these alone.
  • Indoor worship services will be limited to 181 people, excluding church staff.
  • Seating will be spaced/marked to ensure households can stay six feet apart from one another.
  • Bathroom occupancy will be limited to two people/one household at a time.
  • Staff will clean, sanitize, and disinfect frequently-touched surfaces between use according to CDC guidelines, and ensure safe and correct application of disinfectants.
  • All drinking fountains will be turned off.
  • HVAC/ventilation will be scheduled to ensure proper ventilation.

  • Staff and volunteers must sign in.
  • We won’t distribute paper worship guides; instead, we encourage using our mobile friendly website for prayer requests and monitors for liturgical elements.
  • People may give online, by mail, by text or in the offering stations in the lobby outside of the sanctuary.
  • We’ll designate a COVID-19 supervisor at each event to be the liaison should any questions or concerns arise.
  • Anyone who exhibits signs of fever, cough, or shortness of breath at an on-campus event should notify the COVID-19 supervisor. The affected person will be immediately separated to protect themselves/others, and be sent home.
  • A church administrator will notify local health officials immediately about a possible case, while maintaining confidentiality.
  • We will close off any area the sick person uses for 24 hours, and then clean and disinfect it. If it isn’t possible to wait 24 hours, we’ll wait as long as possible to protect the cleaning staff.
  • If we learn about anyone who was in close contact with a person contracting COVID-19 following an on-campus event, we’ll advise them to stay home and self-monitor for symptoms and follow CDC guidelines if symptoms develop (maintaining the infected person’s confidentiality and privacy).