The pandemic taught us that CHURCH is so much more than a building, but it'll be wonderful to worship together in our sanctuary again. We've been working hard to renovate our worship space and set up the room to create a safe Sunday experience. We can't wait for you to join us!
GUIDELINES FOR ATTENDANCE
In an effort to love everyone in our community, our church is committed to upholding guidelines from Larimer County and the State of Colorado. When you attend, we ask that you please respect the following:
In order to help with physical distancing, we've set up one-way traffic from the main entrance into the sanctuary and back to the exit. We've changed the seating arrangement in the sanctuary so that individuals and family groups can sit in small clusters of chairs 6 feet apart as well as tables with 5 chairs each.
LIVE STREAM WILL CONTINUE
While many are ready to worship inside the church building again, we understand that you may still be navigating complicated factors for when and how to reengage. We'll continue to gather online so you can stay home and worship with us at live.vineyardotr.org. Song lyrics and notes will be onscreen, and you can also request live prayer, read the Bible, access notes, and chat with others during the service.
What about my kids?
Vineyard Kids Ministry will meet indoors, too! Please check in kids at the main entrance and our staff will walk children to classrooms with a maximum of 10 people each. Kids 4 and older need to wear masks while inside the building. If you prefer that your child stays with you to worship in the sanctuary, we'll have activity bags available.
What should I expect?
We're working to create services that are as safe as possible following recommendations from Larimer County and the State of Colorado. Please follow signs to maintain one-way traffic, wear masks inside the church building, and do not attend in person if you have a fever, cough, or other symptoms.
What about communion?
We will continue the "bring your own communion" method for receiving the elements together. If you would like to participate, please bring bread or crackers along with juice or water. We'll receive it together during our response time.
How can I receive prayer?
Online attendees can click the "Request Prayer" button for live one-on-one prayer anytime during service. In-person attendees can come forward to pray with a member of the prayer team during our response time towards the end of service. The prayer team will be pre-screened for symptoms, wear masks, and maintain physical distancing.
Why are masks required?
We're following suit with indoor spaces in Larimer County. Beyond this, we're choosing to wear masks: