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Updates: Returning to Church

Now worshipping indoors on Sundays at 11 AM

Return to Worship

The Healthy Church Team has been hard at work preparing for a safe return to in-person worship! We will return to indoor worship in phases throughout the coming months, beginning on July 4.


Indoor Worship

indoor worship begins sunday, july 4

We will return to indoor worship in the Sanctuary beginning Sunday, July 4 at 11 AM!


  • Attendance will be limited to 35 households.
  • Registration is required and will become available the Sunday before each service.

Children in Worship

  • No nursery care will be provided at least through Labor Day. Children under the age of 2 cannot be vaccinated, nor wear masks but may attend worship. Unvaccinated attendees should be aware of this potential risk.
  • The children's sermon will occur with masked children sitting socially distanced. (The floor will be marked.)

Safety

  • Masks will be required in the building, including worship, at least through Labor Day.
  • Fully vaccinated preachers, liturgists and singers may remove their masks when speaking or singing.
  • Children under the age of 2 cannot be vaccinated, nor wear masks but may attend worship.

Online Worship

Please continue to join Mount Olivet online each Sunday, or whenever you worship! You're also invited to attend Outdoor Worship and Communion services on The Green through the month of June.


Parking

All parking restrictions for spacing between cars in the main parking lot are lifted.

Building Closed During the Week

The Mount Olivet Church Building is closed and sanitized. Please do not enter the building during the week unless authorized or attending an approved event.


Contact: Tina Marcus | Office Administrator | tmarcus@mtolivet-umc.org


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