This page contains the requirements and release that everyone must read and agree to online in order to register each week:
Note: If you are 65 years old or older, or if you have prior medical conditions that place you at increased risk in the event of contracting COVID-19, we strongly advise you not to attend Sunday services in this first phase of reentry, but join us online.
Individual Requirements for Attendance
Members and workers should not attend services in-person if any of the following are true:
•Member or worker is experiencing any symptoms such as fever (100.0 and above) or chills, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, fatigue, headache, muscle/body aches, runny nose/congestion, new loss of taste or smell, or nausea, vomiting or diarrhea”
**If I test positive for COVID-19 or exhibit symptoms of COVID-19 within the next 14 days after attending in-person worship I will notify Dunstable Church immediately. **
Dunstable Church in-person worship requirements
Attendees who are not part of the same immediate household must be seated at least six feet apart. Members of the same immediate household are permitted to sit together.
All will wear face coverings or masks at all times while inside and while entering and exiting places of worship or otherwise participating in in-person services, except where a person is unable to wear a face covering or mask because of a medical or disabling condition and except when leading the service from the front, onstage in singing, speaking, or preaching.
For children between age 2 and 5, the wearing of a face covering or mask is at the discretion of the child’s parent or guardian. Children under the age of 2 should not wear a face covering or mask
All in attendance will refrain from touching non-household members or their belongings.
We plan to place an offertory plate on a table at every entrance to the Sanctuary.
The church building will be cleaned and disinfected between each service, including disinfection of heavy transit areas and high-touch surfaces (e.g., doorknobs, bathrooms, microphones, shared instruments)
We will keep the building well-ventilated by keeping windows open.
We will comply with building occupancy requirements.
We are going to limit ingress and egress from the sanctuary to the front doors except for those few who are using the elevator.
With the exception of Communion and the worship team (while on stage leading), there will be no food or beverages in the building until further notice.
If we learn that an individual with COVID-19 attended a service or otherwise entered the place of worship, we will conduct a deep cleaning and disinfecting consistent with the Centers for Disease Control guidance; notify all attendees immediately; and notify the local Board of Health.