WILL SERVICES ONLINE STILL BE AVAILABLE?
Yes, we encourage you to continue to attend online if you or a family member doesn’t feel well, or if you’re just not ready to attend in person services. You’re part of the GRAOG church family no matter how you choose to attend!
WHAT ABOUT THOSE WHO ARE CONSIDERED MORE VULNERABLE OR CARING FOR THOSE WHO ARE?
If you’re vulnerable for any reason we are encouraging you to remain home. If you have any symptoms of sickness or have been around anyone who has shown symptoms, we ask you to remain home and watch the services online for at least 14 days.
AM I REQUIRED TO WEAR A MASK?
Yes. In order to follow the new order given by our governor masks will be required for attenedance. The only exceptions to this are individuals with a medical condition or mental health condition in which wearing a mask becomes problematic, children under 5, or people speaking or performing in front of the group as long as social distancing protocols are followed. These are the exemptions laid out in Executive Order 20-81. Masks will be available for you to take as well as a limited number of face shields for those who are unable to wear a mask.
LET’S WORK TOGETHER TO STAY HEALTHY
What We’re Doing:
- GLOW Kids will not be available at this time during our weekend services.
- No food or beverages (coffee & donuts) will be offered.
- No offering baskets will be passed. Instead, there will be Offering Boxes available as you leave the sanctuary. Online giving is also available.