COVID-19 Full List of Protocols

Covid-19 Guidelines for Sunday Services


  1. Signs posted on walls, seats and floors for social distancing and guidelines.
  2. Seating in every third pew throughout the sanctuary.
  3. Sanitizing stations set up in the courtyards, narthex and at every sanctuary entrance.
  4. All high touch areas will be sanitized before and after the service.

General Protocols 

  1. Temperatures will be taken upon entrance.
  2. Reservations must be made through the church website and attendance is limited to 50 people.
  3. The gates will be propped open so there will be no need to touch them.
  4. All other buildings and rooms will be closed.
  5. Doors will be propped open so there will be no need to touch them.
  6. There will be no coffee hour.
  7. Masks must be worn at all times. If anyone arrives without a mask one will be provided.
  8. Masks musts be worn properly (ie. covering both mouth and nose), remain on throughout the service and not be removed until after leaving the church campus.
  9. No one should shake hands, hug or have physical contact with those outside their household.
  10. Two bathrooms are available, in the narthex and bridal room. They will be sanitized frequently.

Protocols for the Service

  1. There will be no offering taken during the service. Plates will be left in the Narthex for anyone who would like to leave a contribution.
  2. A picture of those in attendance will be taken each week to aid in contact tracing.
  3. Disinfectant spray/wipes will be left near the worship team and on the podium.
  4. Each person will wipe the podium or any individual sound equipment before the next person uses it.
  5. Social distance will be maintained during fellowship before and after the worship service.

Protocols for Families with Young Children

    1. We encourage young children to continue participating in our virtual Sunday School
    2. Children old enough to sit through the service may attend with their parents. They must not be allowed to run free and should always be with their parents.