MONDAY - FRIDAY
Safety Precaution For Re-Entering
After being unable to meet for over 9 weeks, I’m excited to hear that Governor Ige has allowed Churches to reassemble again to Worship. Therefore, we’ll be meeting again starting May 31, 2020. We understand that some may not be able to attend for reasons stated below, therefore, we encourage you to continue to Worship via livestream with Mother Church in Guam.
While we are going to meet, we will need to follow a number of common-sense Health and Safety guidelines.
1. There will not be nursery, children’s Sunday School provided at this time.
2. There will not be the passing of the offering plates – alternative giving methods will be made available.
3. If you have either traveled from a Coronavirus hit area, or have come into contact with Covid-19 in the past 2 weeks, please do not come.
4. If you are currently sick or have a fever, do not come.
5. We recommend that the elderly, or those with other existing illnesses that put you at greater risk - please continue to join us online, instead of in person.
6. We recommend that you don’t come at the last minute, or late, as there will be some safety screenings as you enter.
7. We will be requiring every person to sanitize their hands as they enter.
8. We will be checking temperature upon entry.
9. We will be practicing some of the CDC recommendations we originally put in place, such as refraining from handshaking and hugging, etc.
10. We will be seated by families, but with some distancing between seats.
11. You may prefer to wear a mask in church – that is acceptable, and recommended for some.
12. Some of you may not be comfortable with meeting at this time: We recommend that you continue to watch online.
13. If you will have objections to sanitizing, screening or distancing – we would prefer that you not attend until all restrictions are removed.
But overall, while we are glad for technology that has enabled us to continue to worship and hear from God. We’re very excited to be able to see you and meet in person again.
God bless you,
Pastor Jon Palma