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8:30 AM

(Pre-K to Adult)

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10:00 AM

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between Sunday School and Morning Worship and after Morning Worship

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Romans 3:23
"For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God."
Romans 6:23a
"For the wages of sin is death..."
Romans 5:8
"But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us."
Romans 6:23b
"...but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord."
Romans 10:9,13
"...if you confess with your mouth, ‘Jesus is Lord,’ and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved...‘Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved.’"

On Sunday, September 20th we will move from Phase II to Phase III of our Phased reopening.  We will have morning service at 10 am, which will be live streamed. In order to attend you must register with the church office at 529-7729 by Friday noon for the following Sunday.

PHASE III

 

On Sunday, September 20th, we will return to morning worship in the sanctuary following the guidelines necessary for the safety of all. The morning worship will be live streamed, taking the place of our current YouTube worship playlist. We will continue the evening service through the end of September. In addition, our small groups (DFG, Prayer Meeting, Committee Meetings, Bible Studies, Youth & Children's ministries) will have the opportunity to meet live at church and those meetings will be shared on Zoom for those who need to stay home. Please note that some of these groups will follow additional phasing yet to be announced. Those who are in the vulnerable population are encouraged to be cautious in their live participation.

 

As we move from Phase II to Phase III we will continue to comply with the established guidelines given to us by our health officials. At this point we will require the wearing of masks while entering, leaving and moving about the building. They may be removed once seated.

 

Please be advised of these symptoms of COVID-19 before entering the buidling. Risks include:

a. Person has any of the following symptoms of COVID-19:

i. Fever (feeling feverish or a documented temperature of 100.4 degrees

Fahrenheit or higher);

ii. Respiratory symptoms such as runny nose, nasal congestion, sore throat,

cough, or shortness of breath;

iii. Whole body symptoms such as muscle aches, chills, and severe fatigue;

iv. Changes in the person’s sense of taste or smell

b. Person has been in close contact with someone who is suspected or confirmed to

have COVID-19 in the past 14 days (NOTE: Healthcare workers caring for

COVID-19 patients while wearing appropriate personal protective equipment

should answer “no” to this question)

c. Person has traveled in the past 14 days either:

i. Internationally (outside the U.S.);

ii. By cruise ship; or

iii. Domestically (within the U.S.) outside of NH, VT, or ME on public

transportation (e.g., bus, train, plane, etc.)?

If any of these apply to you please stay home and seek the necessary medical assistance.

 

We will need to have a weekly registration for attendance as we must maintain social distancing in the sanctuary. You will need to register with me no later than Friday noon each week by either calling the church 529-7729 or emailing me directly at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The registration will be on a first come first serve basis as we are limited to 50% of our capacity which is 90 out of 180. You will be assigned a seat for each service based upon the need for keeping six foot social distancing and the number who have registered. If and when we reach capacity those in excess will be given preference the following week. We will offer another service if necessary.

 

Those who will be assisting with the seating for the service will be masked.

 

Nursery and Children's Church may be provided if the staffing is available. Social distancing skills will be practiced. The staff will be masked for the entire program until those restrictions are lifted.

 

If the restrooms need to be used it will be your responsibility to wipe down all surfaces before leaving the restroom. Children must be accompanied by an adult family member.

 

WCC - Phased Reopening

Dear Ones,

I am truly grateful for the many prayers prayed for the elders and me as we have contemplated the best plan to reopen our church. It has not been an easy decision and we are blessed to know you have covered us in prayer. After much prayer and discussion we have decided to open in a phased approach. This approach will give us the opportunity to gather again slowly as we believe nothing has really changed since the stay at home order was given other than permission to meet under very strict guidelines. Please let the Lord lead in this as we desire to bring glory to His name as we wisely reopen.

With that said, we are planning on a four phased approach to reopening. Each phase will have a timeline that will depend upon the current conditions at hand as this pandemic continues to unfold. This plan is subject to change and will follow guidance by the Elders and recommendations by the State health officials.

PHASE ONE

Phase one is our current practice - Zoom meetings for small groups and YouTube worship on Sunday morning.

PHASE TWO

Phase two will begin on Sunday, July 12th where we will supplement our morning worship on YouTube with an evening worship gathering outside at our new property. This Sunday night service will be held at 6 pm and will last an hour or so. Fellowship can be held afterwards for those interested in staying later. We would encourage you to bring a lawn chair to sit in and practice social distancing i.e. 6 feet apart as family groups and mask wearing when you are not able to maintain social distancing just as advised when we go out into the public. Parking for this event will be at the church and the new property, encouraging the younger folks to park at church and walk down the hill. Those who are in the vulnerable population are encouraged to stay home.

PHASE THREE

Return to morning worship in the sanctuary following the guidelines necessary for the safety of all. The morning worship would then be livestreamed taking the place of our current YouTube worship. We would continue the evening service and, in addition, our small groups (DFG, Prayer Meeting, Committee Meetings, Bible Studies, Youth & Children's ministries) will have the opportunity to meet live at church and those meetings will be shared on Zoom for those who need to stay home. Those who are in the vulnerable population are encouraged to be cautious in their live participation.

PHASE FOUR

Phase four will be the new normal. We will return to what we knew before the pandemic with compliance to any necessary safety guidelines. Each of our ministries will have a livestream/Zoom component. Those who are in the vulnerable population are encouraged to be discreet in their live participation.

To reiterate - the movement to the next phase will follow guidance by the Elders and recommendations by the State health officials.

Blessings,

Pastor Bill and the Elders - Dale Chase, Mike Dube, Walter Nekoroski, Jr., Porter Spooner