As a church family, we will continue making decisions about COVID-19 based on honoring the requests of our hosts, the most up-to-date data, sensitivity to people we are called to reach and care for, and the leading of the Holy Spirit. The following list is not comprehensive but is intended to cover the majority of issues that may arise.
Thank you for extending grace as we all seek to find safe and productive rhythms for meeting indoors and in person. If you choose to stay home, you can always join our online weekend experience and we support your discretion on this issue.
Consistent with our host building policy, masks will not be required for vaccinated individuals. We are requesting the use of masks for those who are unvaccinated, including children old enough to wear them. During kid’s ministry classroom time, teachers and children (over the age of 2) in the nursery and preschool classes will be expected to wear masks.
IF YOU HAVE SYMPTOMS BEFORE ATTENDING CHURCH
- Please stay home if you are COVID-19 positive or experiencing symptoms of COVID-19: fever (100.4° or above), cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, chest tightness, extreme fatigue, loss of sense of taste or smell, diarrhea, muscle aches, or headaches.
- You or your family members should not attend a church event if you have a pending COVID-19 test due to potential symptoms or exposure.
- If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, stay home and call your doctor.
IF YOU GET CONFIRMATION THAT YOU HAVE COVID-19
In the event of a medically confirmed case of Covid-19 and possible exposure in our church community, we will communicate with those present with the necessary information. If you have attended church and get a positive COVID-19 test within a few days, please inform us by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can communicate as needed.
If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.