Due to lifted restrictions, we will be having service in our Sanctuary this Sunday, May 3rd.
We will be following the Standard Health Protocols as prescribed by Governor Abbott and Reopening Guidelines as recommend by the North Texas District of the Assemblies of God. Copies of these documents are available upon request.
The church building will be thoroughly sanitized before service.
Service will begin at 10:30 AM.
We will not have Sunday School, Nursery, or Children’s Church.
If you feel like you are at risk or have concerns about coming to the church, the service will be live streamed on our Facebook page.
We ask that if you are showing any signs of sickness to enjoy the Live Stream of our service from your home.
We will be taking temperatures with an infrared thermometer as you enter and if your temperature is 100 Degrees Fahrenheit or above, we will ask you not to enter the building.
For your safety we will provide cloths masks for your use during service, this is not required, but available for your convenience and encouraged.
For your safety and use, there are hand sanitizer stations in the foyer adjacent to the restrooms.
We ask that you maintain good hygiene by washing your hands frequently, using hand sanitizer, using your elbow to cover coughs, and not touching your face.
Restroom access will be regulated for social distancing purposes.
All common and fellowship areas will be closed.
Coffee and doughnuts will not be provided.
Our sanctuary will be setup for the social distancing protocols laid out by Governor Abbott.
Family members can sit together, but there must be two chairs between you and other church members. We also ask that you refrain from physical touch from those outsides of your family unit.
We will have a special section within the sanctuary for our 65 and older crowd and those with underlying health issues. You will not be required to sit there, but it is provided for your convenience.
At the close of service, we will dismiss family units individually and we will ask that you promptly exit the building and proceed to your vehicle.
We understand that these guidelines are stringent, but we are putting them in place for your safety, the safety of the Church and our communities that we call home.
We ask for your cooperation in following the above guidelines.