Health & Safety Protocols

In light of the recent spike in Covid cases in our community, we encourage everyone to wear masks to worship.
As a caring Christian community, our goal is always to keep one another safe.

Your Questions Answered

Is distanced seating available for Sunday services?

There is plenty of space for seating in Frampton Fellowship Hall where the 10:30 service (9:30 service during Summer Sundays) is livestreamed to the large screen, and in the Phifer Library where the service audio is played.

How is communion served?

Communion bread is individually pieced and served by gloved elders. Drink continues to be served in individual glasses.

Are there special protocols for childcare and Sunday school?

All sitters in the nursery and volunteer Sunday school teachers are fully vaccinated. Sunday school classes of all ages require participants to sign in each Sunday. Any class participant testing positive for COVID-19 in the week following class must report to Michele Murphy so that the class may be notified and contact tracing may be done.

In children's Sunday school classes, children are in small sized classes according to grade/age and spread out in their classrooms. Upon entering their classrooms, children are offered hand sanitizer. All surfaces, toys, and other supplies are thoroughly cleaned and sanitized before and after class.

Are services posted online?

Yes. Each Sunday's 10:30 service (9:30 service during Summer Sundays) is livestreamed via our YouTube channel and can be viewed at any time. You can find the link on our worship resources page, Click here to view.

How are church meetings being handled?

Decisions as to whether to meet in-person, via video conference, or in a hybrid format are left up to each group’s leader.