UPDATED: MAY 22, 2020
MTN. CHURCH elders have made the decision to resume gathering on campus starting Sunday, May 31st at 8:30am, 10am and 11:30am.
The staff, pastors and elders love you very much, are concerned for your well-being both spiritually and practically, and will continue to work to that end. If you are at a higher risk for severe illness, or you are not comfortable gathering with crowds yet, we would encourage you to stay home at this time.
The decision to meet or not to meet both have an effect on us as a church family and as individuals, and we know there are strong opinions for both options. Our prayer is that respectful conversation, no matter our opinion on this issue, would take place as those who desire to exercise their freedom to meet and those who desire to exercise their freedom not to meet, continue to love God and one another and function as the body of Jesus.
Here are 3 things that we will do to help mitigate the spread of infectious disease:
- We have policies in place for cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting; we will sanitize all surfaces and objects that are touched; we have chosen a cleaning product that is safe, effective and EPA approved
- We encourage personal hygiene practices for both staff and visitors
- We have reduced the seating capacity in the sanctuary and encourage social distancing for those not in the same household
Here are 3 things that we encourage you to do to help mitigate the spread of infectious disease:
- Stay at home when you are sick
- Wash your hands with soap
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
If you would like to attend one of our gatherings on campus, please sign up at https://mtnchurch.events. We take your privacy seriously. No one outside of MTN. CHURCH will ever have access to your name or attendance at our gatherings. Name and email are collected for crowd control only and will be deleted after the service.
You can still connect to the MTN. CHURCH community online on Sundays at 10am on one of these platforms:
MTN. CHURCH Elders