How We’re Regathering Inside in Flagstaff

June 3, 2020  |  jesstenery

Beginning November 1st

R/Kids for 6 months – 5th Grade

The church of Jesus has never been closed, but we’re thrilled to regather. We want to do it lovingly, with care and compassion. Take a look at our approach below to learn how we plan to do our best to keep you safe and healthy.

Our Approach

We will maintain a friendly environment while implementing common-sense precautions.
We will be driven by trust and guidance, not policy and rules.
We will honor and respect those who stay home.

Common Sense Precautions

Seating in worship center will be monitored to allow for spacing. Please only sit in the rows indicated, and groups sitting 3 seats away from other households.

We will meet outside for the first few weeks to emphasize social distancing and caution.
Any high-touch surfaces will be sanitized before and after service.
Greeters and ushers will interact without contact.
Hand sanitizer stations will be available throughout the campus.

Consistent updates about events and ways to serve can be found in our email newsletter.
No coffee or tea will be served but water will be available if you bring a bottle.
Face masks
are required and will be available if you don’t have one.
Communion will be individually packaged for minimizing touch.

Redemption Kids

We’ve always been committed to providing a safe, secure, clean, fun, and Jesus-focused ministry for kids at Redemption Flagstaff. Here are a few of the added precautions we’re taking as we care for your children. Although service will be outside, R/KIDS will continue to meet in the classrooms.

Classes open 15 minutes prior to service and close 10 minutes after. Parents must pick up immediately following the service to allow time for sanitizing.
Children must be symptom-free for 24 hours, showing no signs of cough, sneezing, discharge, or flu-like symptoms unrelated to pre-existing conditions. Temperatures will be taken before entering the classroom.
Activities will be carefully chosen to limit contact, while recognizing that distancing between children (especially young children) is not possible.
Staff and team members will follow sanitizing and hand-washing procedures. Sanitized toys will be provided for children at each service.
There will be no snacks. Any cup/bottle must come labeled with your child’s name.
Parents should be diligent to teach hand-washing procedures (including washing hands for at least 20 seconds) before allowing their children to participate.