In-Person Worship

In-person Worship Safety Requirements

Updated June 10, 2021


Because our church cares deeply for our members and wants to keep everyone safe, we ask that you please comply with the following requirements below. If you are not willing or able to follow these requirements, we ask that you please continue to join us online, instead of in-person.

Arriving at Church

On Sabbath morning:

  • Please enter through the main entrance. Doors will open for Sabbath School at 9:15.
  • We currently offer an in-person adult Sabbath School. Children's Sabbath Schools are not open yet, but we expect to open them by mid-July at the latest.
  • Masks are now optional inside the church facility, except in the fellowship hall during the service.

  • The fellowship hall during the service is now a safe space for those who choose to mask and social distance, and is available for any who choose to watch the service together there.

  • One section of pews inside the sanctuary are still blocked off for social distancing. Those who feel more comfortable being socially distanced are encouraged to sit in that section.

  • We ask that attendees be respectful of social distancing and do not approach or sit near other attendees unless they have indicated it is okay to do so. 

  • We are concerned about the safety of using the drinking fountain. Please bring your own bottle of water as needed.

  • We will not take up an offering but will have offering plates placed just inside the sanctuary on tables.

Health Screening 

Please continue to be mindful of symptoms, as this is especially important without a mask mandate in place:

In the past 14 days, have you had: 

  1. A new fever (100.4°F or higher) or a sense of having a fever?

  2. A new cough that cannot be attributed to another health condition?

  3. New shortness of breath or difficulty breathing that cannot be attributed to another health condition?

  4. New chills that cannot be attributed to another health condition?

  5. A new sore throat that cannot be attributed to another health condition?

  6. New muscle aches (myalgia) that cannot be attributed to another health condition or specific activity (such as physical exercise)?

  7. A new loss of taste or smell?

  8. Contact with someone with suspected or confirmed COVID-19?

Sign Up is now Discontinued

As our local area no longer has capacity restrictions or a mask mandate, we are no longer requiring or offering registration for our church service.