In keeping with public health guidance, we discourage in-person attendance by anyone at risk of serious illness because of age or underlying health conditions.
Our public health authority maintains a list of locations and timeframes connected with possible exposure to COVID-19. Please consult this list regularly: http://www.nshealth.ca/covid-exposures
If the list indicates that you may have been exposed, please seek specific direction, which could include restricting your activities (including in-person attendance at church).
Please consider bringing a bottle of water, if desired, because the kitchen is closed. On communion Sundays, communion packages are available for those without; if possible, bring your own bread and juice.
Thank you for acting sacrificially to protect others.
Our safety protocols for worship in the sanctuary currently include COVID screening questions, recording contact info, physical distancing between households, directed seating, restricted travel through the building, temporary limits on congregational singing, and a speedy exit – no lingering to visit. (Please join us in praying that these restrictions will soon be unnecessary.)
At this time, members of the congregation seated on the lower level are invited to sing for the last hymn, only. The balcony is a “no singing” zone – even if you are entirely alone up there.
There is no nursery care available at this time, and our ministries for older children (aged 2-3, and aged 4-8) are offered from September to June, subject to interruptions related to COVID-19 safety protocols.
At any time, should you prefer to participate in worship online, please contact us.