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Covid-19 Policies

It's Safe To Go Back To Church!

We are so excited to gather again with you this weekend. For the safery of all, we must comply with CDC guidelines. Here is what we will be doing to keep you safe:

We request that you not attend if you are at risk due to age or compromised immune system.

All services will continue to be livestreamed for those who can not attend in person.

Due to recent health department orders, we will require you to wear a mask if you cannot keep 6 feet apart.

If you do not have a mask, we have one for you. 

We request that you use the restroom if you must. 

Bathrooms are sanitized on a daily basis.

We will not be handing out bulletins for now, nor passing the offering bag.

For upcoming events, we will do our best to keep you informed on social media and during sunday morning anouncements.

For offering, we will continue to use our offering basket located at the info table in the lobby. Online giving is also avaliable at 

We will not be serving coffee or pastry items.

We request that you refrain from handshakes, hugs, hi-fives, etc.

obviously this will be so difficult, but it will show that Gray Ave. Christian Church is serious about compliance with guidelines.

We will not be resuming childrens ministry at this time.

We will not be resuming Adult Sunday School at this time.

Communion will be self-serve

Once the communion speaker is finished, please help yourself to the communion elements located at the back or front table.

We ask that you resist the desire to linger after the service, but rather exit, and chat on the way to your vehicle after the service.

We know this sounds strange for a church that truly values community, but heres why we ask for this level of cooperation:

We must honor the CDC guidelines

Please be patient with us as we navigate the above challenges in this unprecedented season we are all walking through.

Please know that we are thrilled to see you and serve you, and we are doing our best.

Lastly, and most importantly, rejoice in the Lord...ALWAYS

Grace and Peace to you in the strong name of Jesus, 

Pastor Austin