Returning to Worship
We're back, but it's a little different...
Two Teams Helping Keep Us Safe:
Returning to Worship Details
Can High-Risk Individuals Return?
For those members who are considered as High Risk for COVID-19 by the CDC, please continue to join us online and not in person at this time. If you are unsure, please consider worshiping with us online for just a little while longer. As the situation changes, we will continue to be in communication via email and social media (Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter). We also have our COVID updates page.
Checking Into Worship
The Screening Questions
Fever > 100
Recent or new onset cough
Recent or new onset shortness of breath
Recent/new onset sore throat
Loss of taste or smell
Masks are Required
What if there are too many people? Is there a reservation system?
Given the size of our Sanctuary and abiding by CDC guidelines, we believe we’ll be able to accommodate all who want to attend worship in-person. At this time, we do not want to frustrate you or alienate guests by utilizing a reservations system.
What about the children?
During this phase of reopening, there will be no Sunday school or children's programs. The nursery will not be staffed, but it will be available for up to two families in need of a "cry room" type space.
Where are the Bibles, hymnals, pencils, and cards?
Hugging, Coffee, and other Details
- The doors will remain proped open to minize surfaces that need to be touched.
We ask that only the restrooms in the welcome center are used, and only by one family/person at a time.
Please refrain from physical contact for now (air hugs and air high fives are cool)
There won't be any coffee for a little while.
We have a cleaning crew that is helping to clean/sanitize before and after service. If you would like to join them contact us for more information.
If you still have questions or concerns, please call the church office: 281-391-0171 or contact us online. We want to hear from you! We don’t have all the answers but we really do believe that with your input, we can collectively do a better job in anticipating and solving any potential problems.