We are planning for this Sunday, July 5, as our return to in-person worship date at Duncan.
We are keeping a close eye on Covid-19 case numbers and will adjust if necessary.
If you are planning to be at Duncan Sunday, please be aware of things that will be different about worship gatherings:
-Everyone will need to wear a face mask at all times in the building.
-There will be no congregational singing as experts have warned the forceful exhalation of singing can be particularly problematic in the spread of the virus.
-Only family/household groups should sit together.
-Each family/household group will be distanced from others by skipping pews and alternating ends of the pews we use.
-Numbers of persons in the sanctuary will be limited and seated in the order of arrival, front to back.
-If necessary, we will use the parlor and nursery rooms for additional seating to keep within persons per room limits.
Please be very honest in your assessment of whether or not you, or those with whom you live, should return to in-person gatherings at this time.
Coronavirus has continued to spread in our state and local area. It still poses a serious risk, especially to older persons and persons with underlying medical conditions (diabetes, hypertension, heart conditions, immune compromised, COPD, asthma, and others).
Even as we take precautions, there is still a risk in gathering with others in an enclosed space like the church building.
Please be prayerful and deliberate in your personal decision process.
If you choose to stay at home, please know that we will continue to offer online options for worship as we have throughout the last few months.
Sunday 11am sermons (and Wednesday evening study) will be live streamed on our Facebook page. Sermons will be posted afterward to our Youtube page.