Covid 19 Worship-Related Update
In light of growing numbers of Covid vaccinations, the CDC has developed some new points of guidance for group gatherings.
Doctors and scientists have determined that fully vaccinated persons are able to gather, without masks, with minimal risk.
Our local community has had vaccines readily available for several weeks, giving ample opportunity for those who can and will to be vaccinated. During this time many in our congregation have been fully vaccinated.
As a result, masks are no longer required in our building and all pews have been opened for seating.
For those who cannot be vaccinated due to age (under 12) or due to certain medical conditions, or for those who are choosing not to be vaccinated, please keep in mind that the recent guidance from the CDC is meant for those who are fully vaccinated.
No one attending worship will be asked their vaccination status and so, given these conditions, there may be persons who are not vaccinated and choose not to wear a mask. This would, of course, increase risk for any other unvaccinated persons who are present. We strongly recommend, if you are not fully vaccinated, please consider continuing to wear a mask if you come to in person gatherings.
Also, please know that, vaccinated or not, if you want to continue wearing a mask, or to socially distance, please do so. We will respect, and work to accommodate, this decision.
If you choose to stay at home, please know that we will continue to offer online options for worship.
Sunday 11am sermons will be live streamed on our Facebook page. Sermons will be posted afterward to our Youtube page. Wednesday evening Bible study will be posted to both our Facebook and Youtube pages.
Links for our Facebook and Youtube pages are here: