Service Times: 9:30 a.m. or 11:00 a.m.
Anyone who is fully vaccinated no longer needs to wear a mask or stay distanced at church. Let’s be clear: You’re fully vaccinated two weeks after you’ve had the full dosage of any of the vaccines. And if that’s you, then starting May 30th, you don’t need to wear a mask or stay distanced from others.
If you have not been fully vaccinated, then the guidelines strongly urge you to continue to wear a mask and distance in public. We’re not going to police this. But, if you haven’t been vaccinated, or if you’re still within the two weeks since your final dose, then for your sake, and the sake of those around you, please continue to wear a mask and distance.
- I know I would feel horrible if I were to be the cause of getting someone else sick, and I’m sure you would too. We still need to be careful, and do what love does. Love puts aside its personal comforts for the sake of others.
If you’re not feeling well, have a fever, or have been exposed to someone who has Covid, then don’t come to church in-person. But please let us know so we can pray for you and help you if you need help. We encourage you to worship with us from home to not expose others.
We’re also anticipating that some of you are going to continue to prefer to wear your mask and stay distanced even though you’ve been vaccinated. And that’s absolutely fine. In fact, for the month of June, we’re going to continue to keep every other row roped off to help with this transition.
If you missed the announcement from service you can watch it here:
Please note, we also stream our 11:00 a.m. service online. We will be live on Facebook, Vimeo, and YouTube each Sunday.