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COVID PLAN FOR IN-PERSON SERVICE FOR REDMOND ASSEMBLY OF GOD

Update on September 17, 2021

Redmond Assembly of God has one in-person service time each Sunday at 11:00 am. Both adults and children of any age are welcome in our service. During our 11:00am service time, we have in-person services for elementary and preschool students. We are excited to move to full capacity in each of our rooms.


Please remember, plan to stay home if you are sick or have been exposed to sick people. Your health and safety are important to us.

Social Distancing

Entryways: 

Double glass doors from parking lot and Sanctuary foyer doors will be the main points of entry. All other entrances will still be closed to attendees.


Main Auditorium: 

Washington State has reopened, which allows churches to hold indoor services at a 100% of room capacity. The maximum occupancy is 400 people. 

Health and Safety

Masks:

Face coverings are required. Extra one-time use masks, for kids and adults, will still be available at the entrances for those who would like one.



Tissues and Trash Cans:

Tissues and trash cans will be placed throughout the location, per government recommendations.


Disinfectants:

Disinfectants (hand sanitizer) will be available throughout the building. We will disinfect high-touch surfaces regularly. Frequent hand washing is encouraged, particularly for all volunteers.

All Attendees

All:

Redmond Assembly of God is inviting all ages to attend in-person services each Sunday at 11:00am. Children of all ages are welcome in service.


Children:

Kids ages 5 to 12 / who are elementary school age are welcome to attend Kids’ Church located in the Central Auditorium. Kids are also welcome to attend service in the Main Auditorium, per their parents’ choice. Our regular Online Kids’ Church will still be streamed Sunday mornings at 10 am. 


Preschool:

Kids ages 2½ to 5,who are preschool age, are welcome to attend our preschool classroom in room 203. 

Kids' Church Guidelines and Plans

Masks:

Face coverings are required. Extra one-time use masks, for kids and adults, will still be available at the entrances for those who would like one.


Bathrooms:

Children will use bathrooms located between rooms 203 and 205.


Tissues and Trash Cans:

Tissues and trash cans will be placed throughout the location, per government recommendations.


Disinfectants:

Disinfectants (hand sanitizer) will be available throughout the building. We will disinfect high-touch surfaces regularly. Frequent hand washing is encouraged, particularly for all volunteers.


Staff or children sick with any illness must stay home. Parents or guardians of sick children will be asked if they or their child had any of the following symptoms within the last day that are not caused by another condition: fever (100.4°F) or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, unusual fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, recent loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, or diarrhea.


General Cleaning and Disinfecting Procedures:

  • Vacuum daily when children are not present.
  • Limit shared materials to those you can easily clean, sanitize and disinfect. Clean and sanitize hands-on materials and equipment often and after each use.
  • Toys, tables, chairs, equipment will be sanitized after each use.
  • Windows will be open for ventilation which is important for good indoor air quality.

Staffing

Volunteers:

Volunteers will assist throughout the event.


Supervisor:

Pastor Chris Douglas is the designated location-specific COVID-19 supervisor to enforce the COVID-19 safety plan as required. He can be contacted at chris@redmondag.org.

In-person services are now planned for every Sunday and are weekly evaluated to ensure they are in compliance with regulations and health guidelines.

Sources

The Redmond Assembly of God COVID Plan is based on information from the government document entitled “Phase 1, Phase 2, and Phase 3 Religious and Faith-based Organization COVID-19 Requirements”, available here.  

The CDC offers more information about maintaining safety for communities of faith here

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