Come and Worship!
will re-open for in-person worship on Sunday, Sept. 20, 2020. Contact
Shirley in the office to register ahead of each Sunday service.
You can register by phone (306-522-9571) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Leave a message for Shirley and indicate that you plan to attend
worship in-person this Sunday. If you are registering for a family,
please indicate who will be attending.
If your plans change, don't worry. We'll forgive you if you can't
make it after all, and we'll still let you in if you didn't register.
However, registration will help us to prepare well for the number
of people expected, and it will make the check-in process go more
Here are some other things you should know about coming to worship
in-person at the church:
are opening carefully, having studied and implemented the
guidelines for places of worship that are set by the provincial
This includes additional cleaning and sanitizing, physical
use of masks, screening, and adapting activities to reduce
risks. We recognize that it will feel different from our normal
but it will be good to see one another and to worship together
in person in our sanctuary.
- Please stay home if you are sick, if you have been travelling
outside the country in the last 14 days, or if you have been
with someone who may have COVID-19.
you are medically vulnerable, please consider delaying your
return to church until there is a vaccine. Please
watch online. We care about your health and safety, so
do not feel pressure
to return until it is safe and comfortable for you.
to attend by phoning Shirley in the church office (306-522-9571)
or emailing (email@example.com)
by Friday morning each
week. This will help us to plan for Sunday morning,
but you will still be welcomed at worship even if
you did not
that include the order of worship and announcements will be
sent out by email on Fridays. Print
copy and bring it with
you if you would like to. Everything will also
be projected on the wall at the front of the church,
so a bulletin is
15 minutes earlier than you normally would in order to facilitate
wear a non-medical mask. Everyone will be wearing masks
while inside the
building. Amanda will
take her mask
off to lead
in prayer and to preach from the pulpit,
we will all wear masks for singing.
(We will have disposal
desk for anyone who does not have one.)
using the Albert Street door only, where you will be welcomed,
may be a line-up to enter, so maintain
physical distance while you
wait for your turn.
you want to bring your offering envelope to worship, you
it in the plate
at the registration
table. The offerings
will be presented during worship
as we sing the doxology. Of
course, you can continue
to use PAR, e-transfers,
or mail in
if you prefer.
checking in, you’ll use the hand sanitizer provided,
and then proceed up the stairs
(or the lift) to the narthex. An usher will guide you
to a seat. We will be using every third pew
and sitting in household
groups with at least 2 metres distancing between households.
you are seated, please stay in your pew
for the duration of the service.
are welcome. There will be a children’s message
(delivered from a distance)
so that children will stay with their families. Sunday School
will be resuming soon, but most likely
in an online format.
will be available for urgent need only.
food continues to be a very high-risk
have a coffee
hour after the service.
worship, please follow the direction
of the ushers to
exit by the 14th
Avenue door while
the available hand
sanitizer again before
leave the church.
lift will be exiting
by the Albert Street