Current Safety Guidelines
Current Guidelines for Worship
St. George’s remains committed to staying open in a safe and responsible manner. Thank you for honoring these guidelines to keep St. George’s a safe place.
Vaccinated adults may choose whether to wear a mask. Masks are strongly recommended for those who are unvaccinated and those at greater risk of infection. We will continue to have masks available in the narthex and in Legacy Hall.
Effective immediately, masks are optional for our youth in grades 7 -12, youth staff, and youth volunteers. Our children aged 2 and older are currently required to wear masks while in an indoor classroom setting, including (but not limited to) Sunday school and mid-week gatherings. Adults working with infants and children will wear masks.
Beginning Monday, December 13, masks will be optional for children and for staff and volunteers in Children's and Family Ministries. Childcare and nursery staff will continue to wear masks when working with children under the age of 5.
We ask that you keep your youth and children at home if they are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms. Symptoms include fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion, and nausea.
We offer socially-distanced seating areas in the back of the Nave and in the balcony, and we ask people in those areas to wear masks during the service. The seats in The Table will remain socially-distanced.
St. George’s takes your safety seriously. We have implemented protective measures to mitigate the risk posed by COVID-19. However, we cannot guarantee your safety. By worshiping in person you agree that you understand and assume the risk of exposure to COVID-19, and agree to release and hold St. George’s harmless from any claim associated with exposure to the virus. In order for us to better care for our community, we ask that you follow all posted guidelines and verbal instructions while in the building or on church grounds. Thank you for your cooperation.
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