Covid-19 updates

Services

Sunday - 10AM Sunday School, 11:30AM Worship Service | Wednesday - 7PM bible study

Covid 19 Updates

We want to make sure we keep you in the know as it relates to Covid 19. Continue to check back here for updates on the latest news. We are honoring some of the recommendations made by our Mayor as well as the CDC. Here are some things that we are doing to make sure we keep everyone safe in our congregation.

  1. All persons who enter the church building are required to wear a mask at all times. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided to you.
  2. Temperatures are checked at the door using a forehead infrared thermometer by our designated nursing staff.
  3. Members or guests with a temperature of 100 degrees or higher will be turned away. Also members who are displaying any of the symptoms of Covid-19 will be turned away.
  4. There is a one way entry into the building to limit the amount of contact that members and guests have with the rest of the building.
  5. After every service the church is sanitized using an approved cleaning solution to eliminate all germs that may have accumulated during service.
  6. Maintaining social distancing while in the sanctuary. Families who come together are allowed to sit together but should remain at least 6ft apart from the next family.
  7. Providing live streaming services for members and guests who are not able to attend at this time.


We have opened our doors to the public but are still required to only utilize one-third of our usual maximum capacity. With that being said please be patient with us during service times, we want to make sure that everyone who steps in and out of our building is 100% safe at all times. There are entrance and exit only signs to indicate which doors to use when coming in or leaving out. We ask that you bring your mask upon entering. If you do not have a mask one will be provided to you. As mentioned before temperatures are being checked at the door so please be patient as this may be a time consumming process when there is a lot of people to check at once. If you are sick or believe you may be sick STAY HOME.


If you live in the Monroe County area here in Rochester, NY we encourage you to follow the NYS website to stay updated. Also if you believe you have the virus but have not been tested, please choose one of these testing sites and get tested. 

If you have traveled out of state or are planning to travel please take a look at the list of restricted states to travel. If you happen to visit one of these states we ask that you honor Governor Cuomo's orders and keep from the church for 14 days so we can make sure none of the other members are at risk.