Last Updated April 8, 2022
As of March 1, we have been able to once again gather at full capacity. There is no longer any need to sign up for services in advance, check in on site, practice physical distancing, or be sent to an overflow room. As of March 27, masks are no longer required either.
If you are feeling nervous about these steps and would like to continue practicing physical distancing or other restrictions for the time being, we have a section of our sanctuary set aside just for you. Please notify a greeter of this on your way into the building, and they will direct you to a seat.
We also still ask that if you are sick at all: please stay home. Passive screening (i.e. signage) will take place at the entrance. If you are particularly vulnerable to catching COVID or developing serious complications from it, please use your good judgment on whether or not to attend. If you are not yet comfortable, we encourage you to continue to worship from home, following along with the livestreamed service at 9:00. But we hope to see you again soon!
We know there are differences of opinions within our church family regarding the resumption of in-person ministry activities. Some will feel we are being too cautious. Others will feel that we are not being cautious enough. So we ask for your grace and understanding, and we appeal to you to seek unity and love in the midst of our differences. "So then let us pursue what makes for peace and for mutual upbuilding… We who are strong have an obligation to bear with the failings of the weak, and not to please ourselves." (Romans 14:19, 15:1)
If you have a questions, please don’t hesitate to ask!