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Covid 19 Policy
Do not merely look out for your own personal interests, but also for the interests of others. Philippians 2:4

The Apostolic Assemblies of Christ is committed to protecting the health and safety of its general body/attendees by educating them about infectious communicable diseases by establishing guidelines and procedures for the general body, in accordance with federal, state, and local guidelines. The general body and/or visitors, who have potentially contagious conditions, will be asked to comply with the following restrictions:  

  1. The general body and/or visitors, who have potentially contagious conditions, will be asked to:

    •  Avoid in-person services:

      • If you are present with symptoms such as, but not limited to: fever, dry cough, tiredness, headache, loss of taste or smell.  

      •  If you feel sick at all, STAY HOME

  2. Members and visitors are asked to follow guidelines as it relates to Infection control, including but not limited to: 

    • Hand washing and/or sanitizing hands before entering in-person meetings or classrooms.

    • Wearing masks

    • Temperature check and social distancing

    • Reading all hand-outs and posted notices as it relates to infection control.

  3. The Apostolic Assemblies of Christ is committed to the safety of each member/attendee. As a result, we will provide/require the following:

    • Have a designated area at each in-person worship service, for persons with underlying health conditions.  

    • Designated touch-less temperature check stations with one door entrance.

    • Wearing of masks in ALL in-person services.

    • Hand sanitizing upon entering worship services.

    • Train all volunteers/ushers on appropriate cleaning and disinfection, and hand hygiene.

    • Have volunteers to maintain at least 6 feet separation from other individuals, and ensure the use of face coverings/masks.

    • Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces and frequently visited areas (i.e. seats, doorknobs, tables, restrooms, etc.) at the end of each service.

    • Maintain careful sanitation practices such as disinfection, hand-washing, and cleanliness when preparing or serving anything edible.

    • Place notifications and or handouts in the program for educational purposes.

    •  Limit community sharing of worship materials and other items, such as worship aids, books, programs, bulletins, or other items passed or shared among congregants; and encourage congregants to bring their own (if possible, use electronic means).

    •  Covering coughs and sneezes with a tissue or elbow. (signage posting)

    • Washing hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. (Signage posting)

    •  Identify activities, and traditions (e.g., handshaking/holding, hugging, sharing that may need to be suspended.

    • Spacing out seating for attendees who are not in the same party to at least six feet apart when possible; consider limiting seating to alternate rows.

    • We will post signage at entrances advising those with symptoms of illness to not enter.

    • Mandatory use of a face covering (FACE MASK) at all gatherings and when in the building. (Coverings should not be placed on children less than 2 years of age)

    • Restrict common areas where people are likely to congregate and interact.

    • Distribute and post health messages and materials to staff, volunteers, and the community and educate about everyday preventive actions.

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