What happens if I don't make a reservation or the room is full?
We ask that ALL individuals and families pre-register. Anyone without a reservation will be seated only if space is available in the sanctuary. At this time we do not have any overflow seating options available.
What about kids?
Families are encouraged to attend the service together. No childcare or children's ministry is offered at this time. The nursery will be available in a limited capacity to parents of young children with specific needs (e.g., diaper changes, nursing, "restlessness", etc...).
Will there be health screenings or temperature checks at the door?
All who attend are asked to self-assess prior to coming to the church. Those experiencing any of the common COVID-19 symptoms in the 14 days prior should stay home: a fever of more than 100.4 degrees, shortness of breath, muscle aches or a new cough. A full list of other symptoms and a self-checker assessment is available from the CDC. We will be taking temperatures of all of our staff and volunteers.
Will we be singing?
Singing is a core part of Wayzata Free's corporate worship. Because it increases respiratory droplets, those who wish to participate are asked to do so quietly while also wearing a required face mask.
Will the Coffee Corner be open?
Not at this time. There is no food or beverage offered in the building. We ask that you not bring food or beverages into the building on Sunday morning or whenever attending events where masks are required.
What about other programming and ministries?
In accordance with state guidelines, we are permitting a limited number of ministry gatherings in the building. For further guidelines and to make room reservations, please contact: Mike Brinkman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
What is the mask policy (when not in Sunday worship)?
In accordance with state guidelines, masks should be worn upon entering, exiting and while moving throughout the building.
PERSONAL SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS:
Let's all contribute to keeping our environments safe, wherever we are! Reminders for good respiratory etiquette and hygiene:
- When possible, avoid close contact with people who are sick.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
- Stay home when you are sick.
- Avoid shaking hands, hugging and other unnecessary contact.
- Cough or sneeze into your elbow or cover with a tissue - throw the tissue in the trash.
- Clean/disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a household cleaning spray or wipe.
- Wash your hands thoroughly and often or use hand sanitizer.