Indoor Gathering Guidelines for Winter, 2020

Indoor Gathering Guidelines for Winter, 2020

Our approach to these guidelines will lean on personal responsibility, mutual respect, and gospel unity. 

  • Masks expected: 
    • In keeping with our host church’s health guidelines, we ask that you wear a mask inside the building, including when singing. You may remove your mask when listening during the service.
    • There are exceptions for young children and those who cannot medically tolerate a face-covering. 
    • If you strongly prefer to sing without a mask you are invited to worship in the adjacent courtyard for that portion of the service.
    • Those leading up front on the stage will not wear masks.
  • Physical distance: 
    • Please maintain a distance of 6ft or more from others (estimate 2 arm lengths) throughout the building. 
    • You don’t need to distance from those in your household and/or “quaranteam” (those you have regular contact with).  If you choose a seat near others, we will assume they are a part of your family or “quaranteam.” 
  • Stay home if you or someone in your household is experiencing COVID symptoms (cough, shortness of breath, fever, chills, fatigue, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, or new loss of taste or smell)  or has recently been in contact (within 6 feet for 15 minutes or more over 24 hours) with someone who has COVID.
  • Return to gatherings after:
    • 10 days have passed since your symptoms first appeared AND
    • You’ve been fever-free for 24 hours (without fever-reducing medications) AND
    • Your Covid symptoms are improving. (This does not include loss of taste and smell, which may persist beyond recovery.)
    • More information available here.