As you are aware this is a fast-changing situation and we haven’t been through a pandemic before, so let’s continue to be gracious, faith filled and unified. Please don’t forget that our response may need to change with further government announcements.
What you need to know
For this Sunday 22nd March:
- All campuses other than Wagga, Dubbo and Parkes will be holding Sunday services
- Live stream options are available for anyone unwell, self-isolating or belonging to a campus that is not holding Sunday services
- Please do not travel to a near-by campus as the government is calling for a cessation of all nonessential travel
- Connect groups will continue, we will be ensuring our leaders are well prepared with regards to sanitisation and hand hygiene
Important Sanitisation and Care
- We are asking all of our leadership to do a training course to help limit the spread of the virus
- Our campus’s will have hand soap, paper towel and/or hand dryers and sanitiser available
- We will have tissues and bins available
- We will ensure all welcomers are aware of social distancing, while still creating a welcoming safe environment
- You may find that the arrangement of our auditorium’s and seating will change to help with social distancing
We want to reiterate, if you are experiencing flu like symptoms, we ask you stay at home and away from church related activities – this request includes all staff, pastoral leadership, congregation members and guests. Likewise, for anyone feeling anxious, or for whom it is imperative due to work and family commitments that you remain well, or you may have simply decided it is best for you and your family to remain home, please feel completely released to do so. We would encourage you to engage with one of our online options.