Loving God and Each Other during COVID-19

As the world begins to open up a little more in the midst of the pandemic, we want to know how we can care for everyone at home. The reality is that many of us are missing being together - in person!

We plan to continue offering ways for everyone to worship at home. Yet we do this knowing that there are no substitutes for real life worship and fellowship. Even though God continues to speak and draw others to himself through online services, we want to consider if now is the time for us to explore gathering in-person for worship and how we might go about this safely.

In order for us to explore this, we need your help. One, gathering in-person in light of COVID-19 brings about new needs around the church building (related to sanitizing and assisting others in physical distancing protocols). Two, your concerns matter. We realize that some may not want to gather at this time. We want to affirm this as good caution, since we all must be cautious about the variety of risks involved with increased activity.

Please fill out the following questions, letting us know what your preferences are and what kind of gatherings you might consider given the current stage in the pandemic.

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* 1. How concerned are you about current COVID-19 precautions and spread as it relates to you and those closest to you? (10 = very concerned, and 1 = unconcerned)?

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* 2. Given the current stage of the pandemic, what kind of worship service would you like to participate in?

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* 3. What parameters would have to be in place for you consider attending an in-person worship service at the church?

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* 4. Would you consider attending an in-person worship service at the church that required masks and DID NOT allow singing?

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* 5. Would you consider attending an in-person worship service that required masks but ALLOWED singing?

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* 6. How would it impact your preferences for attending in-person if no children's ministry could be offered and children needed to stay with their families?

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* 7. For an in-person "physically distanced" service, what would the maximum size of the gathering be for you to feel comfortable attending?

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* 8. How can the church best serve you and those closest to you (related or non-related to worship)?

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* 9. If you are open to attending a "physically distanced" in-person service, would be willing to serve as a volunteer and help us with the new challenges it brings?

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