As you may have heard, Tri-County, The Governor and The President have spoken words about houses of worship this weekend. This morning, the governor released an approval of Tri-County’s plan to open up houses of worship.
Essentially, this means we will no longer be having and streaming drive-up church but will be upgrading to streaming an actual gathering in our sanctuary. However, the amount of people that are permitted in a particular room at one moment in time is 175 people. We will have 150 reservable spots available for each service time.
This will be a social distanced gathering, with only 150 people in a 3300-seat sanctuary. If you would like to come, you need to reserve a space. You can do so HERE or by clicking the button below. An RSVP is required as we will not be able to accept walk-ins or have any overflow available. We will also be streaming the service for those who are unable to attend in person. No Next Gen services will be meeting on campus. Please join us online for Next Gen streaming.
We will be doing a complete cleaning between uses of every space that is used. In this case, that is the lobby and the main sanctuary. Because of that, our weekend service times will be shifting to Saturday at 5p and Sunday 10a and 5p. This gives us enough space to do a complete disinfectant of the space including a Virex fogging of the entire environment so that there is no contamination from one group to the next.
All those who attend are required to wear a mask or face covering. Please do not place masks on children ages 2 and under. We recommend a cloth mask, a bandana, or something that will allow you to worship while also protects those around you.
If you have experienced any COVID-19 symptoms or have been around someone exposed, please stay home for the safety of others and join us online. Please be prepared to follow signs and direction of where to enter, exit and to sit, in order for all regulations to be met.