COVID-19 / MOVING FORWARD
ABILENE FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Your responses to the following questions will help church leaders to make informed decisions as we begin reopening the church building for worship.
On May 10, 2020 we began to livestream and broadcast the worship service from the Sanctuary, with only those helping with the service (preachers, liturgists, sound board operator, piano player, etc) in attendance. At the earliest, we might resume in-person worship with a gathered congregation on Sunday, June 14, 2020.
When we first resume our in-person worship on Sundays, the “new normal” will look nothing like the “old normal.” Attendees will be asked to wear cloth masks, Pews will be taped off to ensure 6 feet of social distancing, there will be no passing the peace, no children coming forward for the children’s message, no communion for a while, no coffee fellowship time, no passing of the collection plate, no handshakes or hugs, probably no congregational singing, and we may need to take temperatures at the door. When the service is over people will be dismissed at intervals to maintain social distancing. We will continue to livestream and broadcast the service.
Considering this information, when the church resumes in-person worship on Sundays, I would prefer:
To worship in person at the church building.
To worship in a gathering of fewer than 10 people in another member’s home or to invite fewer than 10 people to join me in my home.
To continue worshiping in my own home by myself or with other members of my household.
My name (If there is more than one person in your household, we would encourage each of you to fill out a survey even if you responses are the same.)
Anything else you would like us to know? (E.g. your second choice for worship or other concerns you would like to share.)
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