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Guidelines for Worship in Our Savior’s

 

Safety and Protection – The protection of all who come to worship is our top priority.  We encourage anyone that has underlying health concerns to remain home until their situation has cleared.  Persons who are in quarantine as a result of direct contact with a person who has tested positive for Covid-19 should not attend the service.  Nor should anyone who is feeling ill or running a fever come to the service. We will continue to offer online services for those who are unable to attend and will seek to provide pastoral care for all our members.

 

Comply with Government Directives – We will follow guidelines issued by the CDC and NYS relating to the use and occupancy of our building.  This includes directives relating to the wearing of face masks, social distancing, and appropriate methods for cleaning and sanitizing.

 

Specifics Relating to Worship Indoors

 

  1. Parking – You may park in the school or church parking lot.  You may drop off and pick up passengers by the main entrance to the church for access to either the stairs or ramp.

  2. Face Coverings – Please wear a mask that covers both your nose and your mouth while inside the church building.  Face coverings will be available at the Welcome Table for anyone who needs one.

  3. Worship Bulletins – Bulletins and announcements are available from the Welcome Table in the narthex.  You will also be signed in at the Welcome Table.  You will also be signed in.

  4. Seating/Social Distancing – Please sit in every other pew.  Pews not to be used are marked with a sign.

  5. Communion – The communion elements will be in packets and will be given out at the Welcome Table.

  6. Offering – Please leave your offering in the offering plate as you enter on Sunday morning.

  7. Exit – If you remain in the sanctuary or the narthex, please visit with your mask on.  If you move outdoors, you are welcome to remove your mask.

  8. Sanitizing – The sanctuary and Fellowship Room are both sanitized before each Sunday.  You are strongly encouraged to wash your hands frequently with soap and water or sanitizer.