The CDC and New York State have recently updated their guidance regarding social distancing and the wearing of face masks as it pertains to Covid-19 precautions & protocols.
The guidance issues specifically indicates that vaccinated individuals do not need to wear face masks or social distance while recommending that immunocompromised or unvaccinated people should continue to do so.
We recognize and wholeheartedly respect your privacy AND your decision to take whatever precautions and actions that you feel are appropriate for the well-being of you and your family. Your safety and well-being remain a first level priority for us.
Beginning Sunday May 23rd:
- Individuals of any age will not be required to wear face masks or social distance within our facility, during any of our services, meetings or events.
- Those individuals who should wear face masks or feel more comfortable wearing them should feel free to do so at any time, while with us.
- We are providing specially designated seating sections within our Main Auditorium where those wishing to remain socially distant, may sit.
- Individuals who prefer to experience service in a less populated venue, are welcome to utilize a designated room equipped with live video viewing of our Sunday services. This room is set up to include social distancing and the requirement of face masks.
- All those attending any of our services & meetings are asked to be kind and understanding to everyone around them and to respect their decision in providing themselves whatever level of comfort they determine is appropriate for them and their families.
Lastly, as always, if you are ill, or are exhibiting symptoms of covid-19, or have been in contact with someone in the last 10 days who has tested positive for covid-19, we ask that you stay home and enjoy our online live stream experience.
Thank you for your continued partnership as we journey ahead in spreading the love of God to our community when it needs it the most! God bless you.
Below is a video which further explains these changes and our heart in making them.