In-Person Worship

We are welcoming people at lower risk of COVID to worship! If you would like to attend in person, please RSVP.
People who have been fully vaccinated are at lower risk and very welcome! 
Every Sunday at 9:00 am (Contemporary Worship) & 11:00 am (Traditional Worship).

General Covid-19 Guidelines for Worship

It is wonderful to be welcoming people to worship in person as well as online.  Our hope is that everyone who is at lower risk for COVID will resume attending worship in person.  This is a personal decision for everyone.  People who have been fully vaccinated are now at lower risk.  People who are not vaccinated and over age 65 or with underlying health conditions should consider if they feel safe joining us in person.  Of course, everyone will continue to be able to join online as in the past months.  

Even for people who have been vaccinated, we are continuing the following public health guidelines to help protect everyone as much as possible.  If you are not able to abide by these restrictions, please worship from home for now.

Live streaming. All of our worship will continue on Facebook and YouTube.  For many of you that is the right answer for now and we hope you continue to worship that way.

RSVP. All attendees should sign up ahead of time to ensure safe numbers (this will be available over the phone or via the website). We will limit attendance at each service.

Medically at Risk. No one at high risk or who is not feeling well should attend in person. Please do not come in person if you have a cough, fever, chills, shortness of breath, sore throat, loss of taste or smell, or muscle pain, or had any of them within the last few days.

Masks. Masks will be required at all times when in the building.

Air. The turnover of air in the sanctuary has been calculated and will refresh between the two services.

CDC Guidelines. Please remember that the following CDC guidelines are still in effect for each of us when we go out:
– Always wear a face covering.
– Wash your hands often and for at least 20 seconds.
– Disinfect things you touch, and do not touch what you do not have to.
– Avoid touching your face.
– Practice good etiquette when coughing/sneezing.
– Stay at least 6 feet away from others.

What Will Worship Look Like?

Entrance and exit points. In general, we encourage people to enter from the front doors (on South Temple) and exit from the C St doors.  (People unable to use the front stairs may of course use the C St entrance to avoid stairs). 

Hand sanitizer. Touch free hand sanitizer dispensers will be available at both the entrance and exits.

Seating. All attendees will be sitting 10 feet apart in marked seating areas.  Family units who live together may sit together, of course. 9 am and 11 am attendees will be sitting in different sections of the sanctuary so surfaces like pews are not shared (this permits them to be safe without cleaning the whole sanctuary between services).

Music. Attendees will need to hum, not sing during worship for now. 

Group gatherings. No classes in smaller rooms or fellowship hour will be resumed at this time.  We hope that children will worship with their families, either in the pews or at home. No fellowship time will be held in person at this time.  Sadly this means no coffee, no hugs, no handshakes for now. 

We know worship will look and feel different.  We will continue to adjust to “new normals” as they arrive.  But the value of worship cannot be overstated.  We intend to offer safe worship options both in person and online, which we pray help all of us draw closer to our Lord and Savior Jesus. 

We are hopeful that as the year unfolds, we can move more and more back towards a typical Sunday morning experience, while continuing to offer high quality online worship experiences too.  Please be in prayer for all of us as we navigate through this uncharted territory!  We are confident that God will guide us and we pray that we all are listening well. 

Thank you for your support, engagement and dedication to Jesus through this crazy time!

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