We have resumed in-person worship services. We no longer have a capacity limit, but it is still helpful if you sign up each week so we can have an idea of who plans to attend.
Click here to RSVP for the June 20 service.
We have seating in the sanctuary available for those who are comfortable with pre-COVID seating configurations, as well as those who prefer to sit in areas where masks and distancing between households are still required. Here is the breakdown of current seating options:
The balcony is reserved for i) families who have one or more children below the age of 12 years, and/or ii) those persons whose health profiles render them otherwise particularly vulnerable. (However, anyone who falls into these categories is still welcome to sit on the lower level if they prefer.) Alternating pews will remain unoccupied throughout the entire balcony, and six feet of distance will be preserved between differing groups of persons. All children in the balcony who are old enough to safely and effectively wear masks – and all the parents accompanying them — will care for each other by remaining masked, as of course will those with medical vulnerabilities.
Underneath the Balcony
On the main sanctuary floor, all of the seats immediately underneath the balcony overhang – on both the right and the left of the center aisle – are available for persons comfortable sitting in conventional seating configurations (every pew utilized, no spatial distancing between households). Masks are optional.
Remainder of Main Sanctuary Floor
- On the left side of the center aisle (as you’re facing the pulpit), every pew is available for seating, and no mandatory spacing will be required between differing groups of persons on any given pew. Masks are optional.
- On the right side of the center aisle (as you’re facing the pulpit), alternating pews will remain unoccupied, and 6 feet of distance will be preserved between differing groups of persons. All persons who choose to sit on the right-hand side of the main sanctuary floor will care for each other by remaining masked thru the entirety of the service.
- If you are interested in being seated in areas where all of the following apply — alternating pews are unoccupied, 6 feet of distance is preserved between differing groups of persons, and masks are being worn – please bear to your right as you enter the front sanctuary doors.
- If you are comfortable being seated in areas where no mandatory spacing is required and masks are optional, please bear to your left as you enter the front sanctuary doors.
Ushers and signage will help guide you to your desired seating area. In addition, we have prepared diagrams that provide an overhead view of both the entry and exit foot traffic patterns for our sanctuary on Sundays:
For additional details about what to expect at our in-person worship service, click here.
For those who are unable to attend the in-person worship service, it will be live-streamed online at 10:30am each Sunday, with a video recording posted afterward. You may access both the livestream and recording here each week.