PHASE TWO (Where we are now)
We are currently offering a modified indoor worship option at our 4pm, 8am and 9:30am services. We continue to offer both online and drive-in worship options. Online worship will likely be a permanent addition to our ministry, with drive in worship still available until further notice.
- The worship areas are thoroughly cleaned and disinfected before each worship service.
- There will be no social interaction. We encourage worshipers to use the hand-sanitizing stations and minimize touching of door handles, etc.
- All ushers and greeters will be wearing face masks and gloves. The offering will be “touchless” with buckets available prior to and after the services.
- Chairs have been rearranged to maintain physical distancing of at least six feet between worshipers.
- Worshipers will be required to wear a mask during their time indoors. This is not optional. If you don’t have a mask, one will be provided.
- While the worship leaders/pastors will not be wearing masks during the service, they will be positioned at a safe distance from worshipers.
- Please reserve our shaded parking spaces for the worshippers who will remain in their cars.
- Tune in to 105.3FM
- All worship leaders are indoors.
- Offering may be given before or after the service.
Communion is offered the first weekend of the month. See below for more details.
PHASE THREE (what our future goals are)
At a yet unknown future date, when we see how our in-person worship is being received and what is happening with the virus at a state level, we will then consider “next steps.”
You need to determine your own risk tolerance level.
- We want to offer you a number of options, but we can’t determine which one best suits your needs and desires.
- If you have an underlying medical condition or a compromised immune system, you will likely want to choose one of the safer options we are offering.
- We only want you to choose an in-person option when you feel you are healthy and not a threat to others, and when you are totally comfortable with that choice.
We continue to pray for the health and safety of all our members, friends, family, and especially those to whom we have not yet ministered. Please join us in praying for the end of the pandemic and the continued ministry of Victory Lutheran Church.