We are excited to be able to be able to gather together again this weekend for worship at North Park. Our first service back together is Sunday, June 14 at 11 AM. If you have yet to reserve your seat, I encourage you to follow this link to do so.
Here is a little information on tomorrow. Our seating has been set up with social distancing. This limits our available seating, but allows us to follow the CDC recommended six foot rule. When you arrive an usher will escort you or your family to your section of seating. This is important because it helps us track how many people we can place into the room. Think of it a bit like arriving for a wedding. You will enter on the preschool side of the building. There are already lines marked for social distancing if we need a line. Also, you will exit our service through the back doors in the worship room.
Here are some things to keep in mind and some ways you can help:
1. The CDC encourages the use of masks. If you’d like to wear a mask please bring your own. We will have some extras for those that forget or do not have one yet, if you’d like to wear one.
2. Doors will be propped open for you when you arrive and leave.
3. There is no childcare or children’s ministry at this time. However, children are welcome in the service, and we will have an activity packet for them.
4. Please only use restrooms in case of emergency and only the ones in the worship area downstairs.
5. Water fountains are closed. If you need water please request a bottle from an usher or deacon.
6. The second floor is closed except for essential personnel needs.
7. Please refrain from shaking hands, hugging, etc.
8. There will be no passing of the offering plate in the service. We encourage you to give online or to use the offering receptacle on the wall at the back of the worship area.
9. There will be no paper worship guides. Attached to this email is a PDF of the worship guide.
10. Hand sanitizer is available at the front desk in the entry of the building.
11. If you are not feeling well or are running a fever, please stay home and use the online service option.
12. Please keep in mind that the CDC has determined that those over 65 years of age, those with other health issues, and those with a compromised immune system are at a higher risk with this virus. If you are more vulnerable they encourage you to worship from home during this phase.