Coming to our Outdoor Sunday Service
Here is what you need to know should you plan to join us for worship:
- Only the Preschool Playground will be open and accessible Sunday morning. All buildings will be closed. Additionally, drinking fountains will not be accessible. You are free to bring your own water/coffee but please clean up after yourself.
- The entrance and exit point will be the gate by Dodson Hall.
- Bulletins or flyers will not be passed out.
- Bibles, Communication Cards, Pens, or Offering Envelopes will not be available.
- We will not be accepting offerings during the service (please utilize the website for online giving or mail your offering to the church office).
- The restrooms will be closed.
Please maintain Social Distancing of 6 feet at all times while on campus:
- Please bring your own chair(s) or blanket(s) to sit on.
- There will be designated places for individuals/families to sit to ensure we have enough space between people. Please do not congregate on the grass or in the parking lot with others not in your household.
- Gates will open 15 minutes prior to the service. Services will last 75 minutes and the gates will be closed and secured 15 minutes following the service.
- Children should remain in the care of families at all times. The play structure will not be accessible and will be wrapped with caution tape.
- Please do not shake hands, hug, or engage in any other physical greetings with those outside your family.
Face Coverings are strongly recommended for all attendees:
- The state is now requiring face coverings in all indoor public spaces. They are recommended outside when it is not possible to maintain a strict 6 feet of social distancing.
- In the event someone does not have a face covering and wants one, one will be provided at the entrance gate.
- All attendees should screen themselves at home (take temperature, review personal symptoms, etc.). Anyone experiencing symptoms or anyone in their home experiencing symptoms should stay home.
- At the entrance, there will be an A-Frame sign with a Wellness Self-Assessment before the person enters. No questions will be asked. Walking past the sign is an acknowledgment that you are not knowingly putting anyone at risk.
What will happen if someone informs North Hills they have tested positive for COVID-19 after attending a North Hills service?
- We are following all regulations and guidelines related to healthcare reporting of COVID-19 exposure while still respecting the privacy of those affected.
- In the event that a verified exposure event is reported within the first 48 hours of our in-person service, we will cancel all in-person services for at least 2 Sundays.