Phase 2: As you arrive we will have temperature check stations at each entrance, you’ll be given a sticker to wear, and (this week) Communion elements will be handed out. Face masks are required unless you have a health issue that prevents you from covering your nose and mouth. The Sanctuary will be marked off to ensure distancing and you will be seated by one of our ushers. Only two people may use the restroom at a time. Signs will be posted to remind you of these guidelines. Bottles of hand sanitizer will be available for you to use if desired.
Our Children’s Ministries will be following these and other strict guidelines to ensure the health and safety of our children and our workers. As you drop off your child you will be asked to fill out the following form each time.
Can't wait to worship inside with you this Sunday!
Family Life Team
STATE OF WASHINGTON
Office of the Governor
Drive-in Church - Next Sunday, May 24th, 10:30 drive on in and do church with us in the parking lot. Please read through the following guidelines for our Drive-in Service.
Phase 1: Drive-in spiritual services are permitted; however, each vehicle may only be occupied by members of the same household.
All persons attending the service must drive up in an enclosed vehicle and remain in that same vehicle during the entire service. Individuals should not get out of their vehicle during the service for any reason.
Vehicle windows, sunroofs, and convertible tops must remain closed during the entire service unless the vehicle is parked more than six feet from any other vehicle.
No more than 10 people may be in a single-vehicle.
Each vehicle may only be occupied by members of the same household who have already been in close contact with each other and are not sick.
1. All employees and employers must follow the current Washington Department of Health, Washington Department of Labor and Industries, and CDC guidelines.
2. No food, beverages, or other materials (whether for religious or secular purposes) may be distributed or collected before, after, or as part of the service.
3. If it is necessary to collect a physical offering, the organizer may utilize a drop-box while vehicles are entering or leaving the service, provided that vehicles and individuals remain at all times at least six feet apart. Accepting online donations is the best practice.
We are so excited to see you next week!
Family Life Team