COVID-19 Information

Worship Service Updates

Masking is optional. We want to thank you for your continued patience and commitment to our ministry as we all dealt with changes in our connections with each other. It’s greatly appreciated!

If you are unable to join us in person for worship, you can view the worship on the View a Service page.

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COVID-19 Building Updates

Staff will be available to greet you at the locked west entry door on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9am-4pm and Wednesdays from noon-4pm. If you wish to meet with a specific staff member, please email that person in advance to ensure availability. Find staff emails here.

Please note the following when visiting the All Saints building:
  • Call the phone number posted on the exterior west entry door. A staff member will greet you at the door to assist you.
  • All staff are not always available during the building’s open hours. Please email a specific staff person to ensure their availability.  
  • If you are coming to All Saints to meet with your previously scheduled small group, please coordinate for one person to manage the exterior door to let others into the building as the door will remain locked even during open hours. 
Masking is optional for worship and other activities at church during the week. Since the beginning of the pandemic, it’s been the intent of the church council to ensure that church remains one of the safest spaces for the largest number of people to gather. We certainly recommend masks for anyone who may have additional health concerns. We recognize that physical health has been a primary concern during much of the pandemic. Now that we’ve passed the two-year mark of the pandemic, we know that seeing faces is an important element in social and emotional wellbeing as well.
As we relax this masking policy, we ask you to be considerate of others. If you are sick, please pause your attendance at in-person church activities. If you do have symptoms, please either quarantine according to CDC guidelines and/or take a COVID test. We know that regular colds are also going around these days. It’s still our desire to create a healthy and safe environment for people and we thank you for helping us do that. In the event of a new spike in cases, we may consider a return to requiring masks, but we’ve all become accustomed to adjusting our own mask use accordingly by now to match the current infection rates.
The church office will be reducing the number of visitors who come and go within the closed office space. It’s still best to set up a meeting in advance if you would like to meet with a staff member. If you do so, your meeting may be in a room outside the offices. If you do enter the offices, you will be asked to wear a mask through the common office space until you get to the individual office you’re visiting.
Small groups that gather at church may do so without a specified time limit (as previously required). All group meetings must be scheduled in advance through the church office. Masking will be optional for the fully vaccinated for evening and weekend meetings of small groups (15 or less) where group members consult with each other to create a welcoming environment for all, and as long as children under 5 are not present.

As consistent with CDC guidance, those who are not vaccinated should still wear a mask. Groups who gather on weekdays at church will require masking to protect children and staff in our facility during the week. Please contact the church office about facility availability during the week.

Please follow health and safety precautions and ensure that you can answer "No" to the following questions:
  1. Do you have a fever?
  2. Do you have a new cough or a cough that is becoming worse?
  3. Are you experiencing shortness of breath?
  4. Are you experiencing any other symptoms of illness?

Find additional CDC information here.

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