COVID-19 Safety Update #8
We are requiring all attendees to the church services and all other events on our premises to be either vaccinated, recovered, or tested negative from Covid (3G).
Please make sure you bring along proof of vaccination, recovery, or negative test result.
We still ask you to sign up for the services online as we will continue to have a limit on our capacities. 3G allows us to sit closer together so we will ask people to keep at least 2 seats free between families.
Medical masks (FFP2, KN95, surgical) are mandatory during the whole time of your visit at IBCD.
At the moment our Kids classes take place online during the 11:15 AM worship service. To receive the meeting link, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Once we continue to offer our Kid’s and Youth classes during the 11:15 AM service again, we ask you to please sign up your child for one of the spots in the groups. All school age children are required to wear masks while inside the building.
We also have our nursery open for children age 0-3 in both services. Please sign up your child for one of the 5 spots online as well.
If you bring kids to the 9:30 AM service or do not have a reserved spot in the 11:15 AM Kid’s program, you will need to keep them with you for the entire duration of the service.
We will continue to have fellowship outside after each service where we offer coffee, tea, cookies, and cold drinks. We ask you to keep distance as good as possible also outside.
If your plans change after you signed up to visit IBCD, please cancel your registration so we can plan your seat for someone else.
If you are feeling unwell, please stay home and do not come to the service – please cancel your registration.
If you are diagnosed with Covid-19 after visiting IBCD, please inform us immediately via email to email@example.com
By signing up to visit our worship services, you are also agreeing to follow the above-listed guidelines when you attend and that you will show your proof of 3G at the entrance.
We understand that these measures impact how we worship together, but they also provide an opportunity to love our neighbors as ourselves. It is our hope that we will soon be able to lift these restrictions and ask for your understanding and observance in the meantime.