Please continue to make the best decisions you can concerning your health and safety during this pandemic, and know your pastor and staff pray for you every day.
- We have implemented cleaning and disinfection practices in accordance with CDC guidelines.
- We intend to stay well under 50% capacity in the worship space (our maximum is 75 persons – an overflow room in the Fellowship Hall will be available if needed)
- Three services will help us maintain safe spaces: 9:00 am; 10:30 am; and Live Online at 10:30 am
- We have implemented a plan to ensure a flow of fresh air into the worship space — the air will run constantly, so if you sit near a vent it may be cold, bring a sweater or light jacket.
- We will follow physical distancing guidelines; no handshaking or hugging, sitting 6 feet apart, wearing a mask, singing softly, etc.
- We will dismiss sequentially (last row first, and so on, so that we do not form a crowd at the exits)
- Vulnerable persons, those who are symptomatic or have a fever, those who have been in close contact with a person who has tested positive in the last two weeks, or have travelled to a hot spot in the last two weeks are encouraged to worship ONLINE ONLY.
- Please make the best decision you can concerning your own health and safety – it’s OK to stay home and participate online if you are not yet ready to return.
Ten Things You Should Do If You Plan to Worship Live and In Person
- Take your temperature -- If you have a temp of 100 or more; If you have any shortness of breath; If you feel unwell – DO NOT ATTEND – but call you doctor, or go to the Emergency Room
- Wash your hands -- for at least 20 seconds with soap and water
- Bring a sweater or jacket -- It may be cool in the sanctuary as we will be using the air conditioner constantly to increase the flow of fresh air into the worship space
- Wear a mask and remember to sing and speak softly
- Bring your smart device if you want to use it as a worship aid (orders of worship will be available) -- Be sure to download the order of worship and to silence your device
- Sanitize your hands at the door
- Use non-contact greetings, refrain from handshaking, hugging, or touching
- Maintain proper distancing
- Exit carefully and in order, taking your bulletin with you and maintaining distance
- If you become symptomatic please let us know immediately -- Call Connie (601-248-1756) or Chris (601-810-5030) or leave a message at the Church (601-684-6698) -- We will not publicize your name; but this will allow us to notify others who may have been in close proximity so they can more attentively monitor their own health