IN-PERSON AND ONLINE STREAMING DETAILS
Greetings to you and your family!
As our nation, state, and local government continues to respond to the COVID pandemic, we at Ellettsville First Assembly have to make decisions on our scheduling for the public, too. In an effort to honor our government and use wisdom, we have decided to open our doors to the public for Sunday worship on May 31st at 10 am. During the first few weeks of services, things may look a little different from normal. Here are a few details:
We are recommending facial coverings, but not mandating.
Midweek services are cancelled until July 1st.
We are asking families to worship together in the sanctuary until July 5th, when we will begin our KidMin on Sundays.
We will be having a sanitizing team available in our church foyer wiping down surfaces as people enter and move through our foyer.
We are asking our congregation to not linger in our foyer for fellowship, as well as maintaining social distancing in service.
We will be using one main entrance and exiting through a different set of doors.
We will not be "policing" these guidelines, but they will be strongly encouraged. If you have been sick or experiencing symptoms, we ask that you and your family watch from home until those symptoms subside. If you have been tested positive for COVID-19, we that you and your family watch services from home until your doctor clears you for public interaction.
We have been streaming our services on YouTube for years, and since this crisis hit, we added streaming on our Facebook page. We will continue to stream far into the future, and we are thankful this option is available for you to connect with us. We respect your decision on whether to join us in person or online.
Thanks for being flexible with us as we ease back in to public services. We believe you can worship the Lord at home on your own, along with our streaming, or in person even through these guidelines. His presence can move through it all! Our focus is Him!
Thanks so much,
Pastor Ronnie Hinson