Worship During Covid
We Are Open for Worship Beginning Sunday, November 1
Please signup if you plan on attending!
Our first Sunday back will be November 1. With COVID guidelines, we are limited to 40 people in the Sanctuary, with any overflow to be downstairs in the Fellowship Hall (limit 20). All precautions are being taken to keep people safe (sanitizer stations, Ushers assisting people with seating appropriately spaced out, as well as entering and exiting in a safe manner). Masks are required before entering the building, and we will have extra masks available for those who may need them.
If you are planning on attending on a particular Sunday, we ask that you signup by Friday at noon, so that we know how many to expect. Remember, space is limited, so please be sure to signup – there are two convenient ways to do so:
1. Through Signup Genius – Click Here
If you have not used Signup Genius before or would like a review, Corey has put
together this video for you – Click Here.
2. Contact Carol in the Church Office (978-448-2091 or unioncc@uccgroton)
and she will sign you up.
Carol will be sending out a weekly reminder for each Sunday.
Other important information for Sunday Worship:
1. In order to keep everyone safe, please review these questions prior to coming
to Worship. We ask that if you answer “yes” to any of these questions, please
remain home until you are well enough to return to worship safely.
2. Here is the video that Corey sent out on Sunday, October 25. It gives a good
overview on what to expect when you arrive for Worship.
3. Our COVID Covenant of Care. This will also be posted in the entryway
of the church.
As an added note, please know that we are keeping the building closed to all outside groups in order to keep the Congregation safe for Worship on Sundays. When it has been determined safe to do so by the State, we will re-evaluate this decision at that time.
We are so happy to be able to Worship together again; and we appreciate your cooperating in taking the precautions necessary to keep everyone as safe as possible. God Bless!