Our Response to COVID-19
Here are the preventative measures we are taking to keep our environments as safe as possible for you and your family!
• We ask that everyone attending in-person follows the guidelines of the CDC and local ordinances by wearing a mask when you enter and move about the building.
• We are requiring face coverings for Chapel employees & Go Team volunteers during our weekend services.
• Our Hospitality Team sanitizes all flat surfaces, including all door handles, railings, and touchpoints throughout the services.
• We have placed automated, touch-free hand sanitizer stations throughout the building for your convenience and comfort. Please wash your hands and use hand sanitizer as often as you would like.
• All seat-back materials, such as papers and pens, have been removed.
• We are temperature checking our Chapel Kids volunteers before they serve.
• We’ve moved to a contactless check-in system for our Go Team volunteers and Chapel Kids Families.
• Enhanced cleaning throughout all Chapel Kids areas have been implemented.
- All kids’ areas and toys will be cleaned and disinfected before, between, and after each service.
- Our Children’s “playscape” area will be disinfected before, during, and after each weekend service experience.
• If you feel more comfortable bringing your kids into the Worship Center with you, we encourage you to bring a tablet or phone with headphones so your children can watch our Chapel Kids worship and teaching experiences during the service.
• No giving buckets will be passed. Instead, there will be giving boxes as you exit the Worship Center for those who want to give. If you’d like a giving envelope, please see a Red Shirt Go Team member in the foyer, and they will be happy to provide one for you.
- To give digitally, click here.
• We encourage physical distancing of 6 feet, and we’ll opt for smiles and waves instead of handshakes and high-fives.
• If any of the following apply to you, please worship with us online:
- In the last 14 days, you have tested positive, experienced symptoms, or had a known exposure to COVID-19.
- If you are in a “high-risk” group, or you care for someone who may be at “high-risk” for severe illness.