CURRENTLY DUE TO COVID WE ARE ASKING EVERYONE TO WEAR MASKS ON CAMPUS WHERE SOCIAL DISTANCING IS A CHALLENGE.

All Ministries Are Back!

WORSHIP THIS WEEK

This is a big week at Woodland. All of our Sunday ministries are back! Yes, you read that right. Beginning this weekend our preschool, children’s and student ministries will be meeting once again. We will be taking special precautions for safety by maintaining social distancing and ensuring that our space is prepared in a healthy – germ free – way. Not only are these ministries beginning, we are continuing to worship by sitting together as families while also social distancing away from others.

What do we need for you to do for the worship experience?...

•Make sure there are two empty seats between you or your family and any individual or family that is sitting next to you.
•Please don’t linger in the lobby area. We learned the importance of this last weekend. It quickly becomes crowded and makes it difficult to stay a safe distance away from others. This doesn’t mean that you can’t say hello to people in the lobby. We just ask that it not be long conversations if possible. The sooner you can make it into the worship center and find a seat, the safer it is for everyone. If you would like to have longer conversations, we encourage you to do so on the patio in front of the worship center. Just a little advice – wear deodorant. It’s hot and sticky out there!
•Please don’t touch each other. I know this sounds like common sense, but if you’re like me, you get excited to see people you haven’t seen in a while and want to shake their hands or hug them. I’m guilty of this. We completely understand, however, we want to take precautions to make sure that we all maintain good health. 

We know that there are those of you who may not attend as of yet because of your personal health concerns. Please make sure you protect yourself especially if you are at high risk. For those of you who will be here, we want you to know that WE CAN’T WAIT TO SEE YOU!    

Pastor Tim

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