Church Gatherings During COVID-19
Governor Charlie Baker issued a new Assemblage Guidance on March 23rd, which prohibits gatherings of over 10 people, and applies to “faith-based events.” Since we have already been abiding by President Donald Trump’s recommendation limiting gatherings to 10 or less people, this ban does not affect our current situation.
Moreover, Governor Baker, specifically includes “workers at places of worship” on the list of covid-19 essential services to which the assemblage limit does not apply. In light of this, we will continue to gather in small groups of 10 or less people, while observing the CDC guidelines for sanitizing, disinfecting, and social-distancing.
If any of the below criteria applies to you, instead of joining us in person we encourage you to join us via Zoom! Just click the Zoom buttons below to call in.
- You are experiencing fever, cough, and/or shortness of breath
- You are particularly vulnerable to COVID-19 due to underlying health conditions or age
- You have traveled recently to countries affected with COVID-19 or have reason to believe that you may have come in contact with the virus.
- You are currently caring for loved ones who meet any of the above criteria
- You are a healthcare provider caring for patients affected with COVID-19