#HopeIsHome - Service Reopening Plan
Our greatest concern has been, and continues to be, the safety and well-being of our Church and our community. Our desire is to honor and respect our governmental authorities and the advice of noted medical experts as to when it is safe to return to corporate worship. We also want to be cautious as to when and how we begin meeting in person, so we can avoid any setbacks. While there continue to be challenges related to this global pandemic, we are encouraged by the many positive steps our local and state leaders have taken to reopen our communities.
Phase 2—Continuing "Touchless" Services with Increased Venues
Starting June 21st
We're so excited to see you again this week! As we move into Phase II of our Hope Is Home plan, we're making some exciting changes this week! Services will continue at 9 and 11am, at the Shelby Campus AND NOW at 232 Main! We're also no longer are asking you to RSVP! Given Governor Cooper's recent order, we highly encourage any attending in person to wear a mask within the building.
We encourage you to arrive early to make sure you get a seat, as we will still be taking social distancing and other safety measures. At the Shelby campus, we'll be opening the Radi8 Student Center as an overflow venue if we reach capacity in the auditorium. We still encourage you to wear a cloth face covering, maintain social distancing, and frequently wash/sanitize your hands while at church! If you're unable to attend in person, we invite you to join us on Facebook and Youtube live at 9 and 11 am!
In-person services at the Shelby campus (9 and 11am) and 232 Main (10am)
Overflow venue in the Radi8 Student Center at the Shelby Campus
No kids ministry available during this phase, but families are encouraged to worship together.
No RSVP necessary to attend
Additional Safety Measures
Hugs, high fives, and handshakes are to be avoided
There will be no consumables of any sort (bulletins, pens, mints, coffee, food, etc.).
We will not pass offering buckets. Online giving options will still be recommended, but there will be stations near the exits with buckets for those who wish to give through cash or check in person.
Directional arrows will be in place to show the flow of traffic in the facility.
Doors will be propped open and “Worship Leaders” will stand at least 6’ away
All contact areas will be cleaned between services
All are encouraged to wear cloth face coverings, frequently wash/sanitize hands, and maintain social distancing
We're so excited to see you and worship together this week!
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