We are now worshipping in-person in the Sanctuary as well as online. Fully immunized people are welcome to attend with or without a mask. Those who are not fully immunized against Covid-19 are asked to wear a mask and practice social distancing. Worship is Sunday mornings at 10:00 am.
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Following Governor Murphy's Executive Order lifting the mask mandate, the Church Council voted to allow attendees who are fully immunized against Covid-19, to be in the Sanctuary and other parts of the Church property without masks. Currently the main nave of the Sanctuary is open-seating and does not require a mask for fully immunized individuals. The transept or side toward Barton Road is socially distanced seating in which a mask must be worn. Attendees who sit on this side of the Sanctuary, can access that side directly using the ramp door that is off of the kitchen lot. Worshippers are free to continue to wear masks in all parts of the Sanctuary and building if they choose. We continue to open the windows all around the Sanctuary to provide ventilation and we refrain from congregational singing.
Summer Chapel Time (Faith Formation/Sunday School) for the kids will continue to be held outside beginning Sunday, June 27th-August 29th. Children go directly to class outside in the front by the Chapel.
You can join Live-Streamed Worship via this link or search for the Community Church of Mountain Lakes YouTube channel. We are glad that whether gathered or scattered we are together in worship!
We remind everyone that if you have any symptoms (e.g. fever or chills, dry cough, shortness of breath, new loss of taste or smell, fatigue, body aches, nausea or vomiting, headache or diarrhea), have reason to believe you have been exposed to Covid-19 or have been requested to quarantine for any other reason, you should not come to any church activities. Out of love and respect for everyone else, please stay home. We all want to stay healthy.