We are worshipping in-person in the Sanctuary as well as online.
Masks are required for all people in our building on Sunday mornings, regardless of vaccination status. Those who are fully vaccinated and are Worship Leaders or are speaking to the congregation as part of Worship, may remove their mask while they are speaking. Similarly, those who are fully vaccinated and are attending the Fellowship Time, may remove their masks while eating or drinking. Please remember to put your mask back on when done eating and before moving around.
Those who are not fully vaccinated are asked to keep their masks on at all times.
Masks are also required of all people entering the Office section of the Church Building, regardless of vaccination status.
Please continue to stay home if you have symptoms of COVID-19 or have reason to believe that you may have the virus. Remember to keep washing your hands and to give people space.
Everyone continues to be reminded to please be sure that your mask totally covers both your mouth and your nose throughout Worship, especially while you are singing as that is the time you are most likely to spread any germs.
Currently the main nave of the Sanctuary is open-seating (i.e. not distanced) but does require all individuals to be masked, regardless of vaccination status. The transept or side toward Barton Road is socially distanced seating. 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. We continue to open the windows all around the Sanctuary to provide ventilation.
Those who are fully vaccinated and are Worship Leaders or are speaking to the congregation as part of Worship, may remove their mask while they are speaking. Similarly, those who are fully vaccinated and are attending the Fellowship Time, may remove their masks while eating or drinking.
Faith Formation (our term for Sunday School) classes are now inside with all kids and teachers wearing masks. Everyone begins together in worship and then the kids are dismissed to class. Learn more about our Faith Formation program here.
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.