Picking A Service Time

We will be offering three different service times; 9AM, 10:15AM, and 11:30AM. In order to do our best at limiting crowd sizes, we are asking our members and regular attenders to choose a time for you and your family.

You may do so by going HERE and clicking the orange button that says “Select A Time”. Because we are capping the total attendees for each service, please only register for one time slot, select the exact number of tickets for you (and your family if applicable), and be sure to attend the service time that you selected.

Each week we will update the registration page and send it out via email and in the church facebook group.

While we pray that this method of limiting crowds will only be temporary, we would rather have this and the other modifications than not gather at all.

Information Regarding Reopening

The Redemption pastors feel that we can begin meeting again and still maintain the levels of safety that are required of us. We feel that with certain precautionary measures in place, we can safely gather as a church and limit risk to each other and the community around us. We believe, with your help, we can do this and still act in a way that is in line with what our government officials are asking of us.

We are proposing a ‘Soft Reopening’ of Redemption Church starting Sunday, May 10th. As stated already, we will be modifying parts of what we normally do on a Sunday. To limit contact between people, we will be:

1. Removing rows in the auditorium and spacing out chairs so family units can sit together but maintain 6 feet of distance from others.

2. Postponing kids ministry and nursery. This means there will be no activities for any children on Sundays.

3. Serving coffee by a healthy individual who is wearing a mask and gloves. All coffee will be prepared by a limited number of people who will be wearing a mask and gloves and then handing that out to churchgoers.

4. Offering three services at 9AM, 10:15AM, and 11:30AM. We will be asking our church members and attenders to sign up for one of those services so that we can know which one you are attending. This will help us space out services so those attending will not be crowded and can maintain social distancing. This will also leave room for first time guests.

Even with these modifications in place, we are encouraging our elderly, those that are immune-compromised, and those that are sick (cold, cough, fever, or other symptoms) to stay home. We want to be able to have service, but we cannot do that if people start getting sick.

In addition, please know that if you are not yet comfortable attending on a Sunday, you are completely welcome to continue engaging through our online venue. It has been a blessing to see people connect to our fellowship on Facebook and YouTube, and we hope to see that continue even after we begin meeting together again in person.

Everything we are doing is based out of a spiritual desire to gather as the body and to love our neighbor. We believe that this option is the wisest one given the information we have from the federal government, state government, and local government.

For information on guidance from our county health officials, you can visit http://www.webermorganhealth.org/coronavirus/