Ways We Are Staying Safe
We miss seeing you in person, but we also want you, your families, and loved ones to feel safe. So, here's how we are doing our part to help with that.
In a continued effort to follow social distancing guidelines and continue with "touch-less" services while still being able to love on everyone who walks through our doors, we think we have come up with a creative solution! We bought different colored buttons that you can wear during service! Each color button means something a little different:
Red Buttons: You are continuing to practice social distancing. People will refrain from hugs and handshakes, and will respect your personal bubble!
Green Buttons: You are not practicing social distancing. You are open to hugs, handshakes, high-fives, etc.!
We hope that this will be a good solution to interact with each other, while still respecting the boundaries of those of you who are not yet comfortable interacting with others!
A touch-less service means the only thing you have to touch is your bottom to a seat, unless of course you wish to stand through service!
Our greeters won't try to shake your hand or give you a hug, and they'll get the door for you. We will not yet be serving coffee or having our kids gather in their environments. You are free to wear a mask and take precautions if you feel you need to! We will still be live-streaming our services so if you are unable to attend or if you do not yet feel ready for in-person gatherings, you can still enjoy service!
We want to keep everyone as safe as possible, and frequent sanitizing has been a big part of that. Some of our amazing volunteers have become a part of our sanitizing crew. They have been sanitizing pews, door handles, and anything that needs it both before and after every service. They will be continuing to do so in the coming weeks.
For those who do not yet feel comfortable coming in person for service, we will be continuing to livestream our services on our Facebook page.