RCC's In-Person Service Details and things to know

Here’s how we’re keeping you safe:
– Masks are required
– All doors held or propped open to reduce contact points
– Digital Programs
– Offering baskets in the back of the worship center instead of passed during services
– Hand sanitizer stations placed throughout the building
– Dismissal after each service to limit congestion in the worship center and exits
– Family Oasis available in Great Room

What you need to know:

Please screen yourself and all family members (even those not planning to attend service with you) for COVID-19 symptoms EACH SUNDAY prior to arriving. If anyone in your family has these symptoms, please have the entire family stay home and worship with us online.

  • Fever or chills
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle or body aches
  • Headache
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Sore throat
  • Congestion or runny nose
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Diarrhea

Additionally, if you believe you have had recent exposure to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, we would kindly ask that you choose to worship (@home)online with us until you have a negative COVID test or have self-quarantined for the recommended time by your doctor and/or public health officials.

In light of Wisconsin Governor Ever’s executive order, we desire to submit to government and public health authorities who are requiring face coverings to be worn when gathering indoors. We understand mask wearing has been a divisive issue, and we respect your personal freedom to choose not to join us for in-person gatherings if you are not able to wear a mask. If that is where you find yourself, please continue to worship with us online during this time.

We ask that you give yourself plenty of time to arrive as Host Team members (greeters/ushers) will help you find a group of seats. When you arrive you will be asked at the front door what name your reservation is under.

You have the option of putting on a sticker that helps communicate to others the comfort level you have with social interaction. Since public health guidance at this time is to avoid touch and close proximity to others, we would lovingly encourage people to refrain from handshakes and hugs during this opening phase. 

However, we also understand some people really do view their church as their family, and as such, a handshake or hug is a vital component to their emotional health and mental well being. In an effort to balance both ends of where people are on this spectrum, we are providing stickers as a way to help clearly communicate each person’s comfort level for in-person interactions. We would simply ask that you be exceptionally kind and understanding of another person’s choice of sticker.

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