Texas's governor has lifted many of the COVID restrictions starting this week. I'm sure you are wondering how this will impact our church moving forward. So, here's what will change and remain the same:
We will continue asking everyone to reserve their seat if they plan to attend, helping us prepare and better welcome our first-time guests. However, this will not be mandatory.
Sanitization of the facility will continue to happen before the worship experience and other onsite activities.
The property owner still requires masks for all onsite activities.
Temperatures checks will continue as a precautionary measure.
The worship center is now fully open with no capacity limitations.
Social distancing is still encouraged throughout the facility. However, there will be no required distance between individual seats. Our ushers will try to maintain at least one seat between families or individuals.
engage in worship weekly
Those who feel comfortable, let's gather onsite and worship together. However, if you're not comfortable, then continue engaging online via Facebook and Youtube live. Either way, let's adhere to what the word of God says in Hebrews 10:25 (NLT), And let us not neglect our meeting together, as some people do, but encourage one another, especially now that the day of his return is drawing near.
Our facility is open for public worship at full capacity. However, we are still asking attendees to register prior to the service. Click here to register today. You can also view our services online via the links below.