KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
COVID19 CHURCH UPDATES
Know Before You Go
Just like you, we long for the day that our Church Family and Guests will be able to visit our church campus without having to consider COVID19. Below is a quick-guide on how you can expect to navigate our campus in the days ahead.
Practice Social Distancing
In order to achieve social distancing, we will restrict our seating capacity for each of the worship services. Additionally, social distancing is to be observed in all common areas.
To provide space for social distancing, we will have three identical services: 8:00 AM, 9:30 AM, and 11:00 AM. (Balcony will be open in all services) Doors will open 10 minutes prior to each service start time.
High Risk Individuals
All individuals who fall within the high-risk groups as defined by the CDC, or are sick, are encouraged to stay at home and worship with us online.
Hand Sanitizing Stations
Hand sanitizing stations will be located at all entrances into the Worship Center.
Limiting Hand to Hand Items
We are not passing out paper materials or the offering plate at this time. Flyers and offering boxes are available at our worship center’s entrance and exit.
All touched surfaces will be sanitized between our worship services.
These will be turned off for the time being. Water bottles will be available at the Guest Services Desk.
Medical Masks are not mandatory on our campus. We do not offer disposable masks at this time. Please socially distance.
Latest Church Update
Our latest church update was shared during our February 28 Worship services, both on-campus and online. Check back here occasionally as we intend on updating this section after every church update.
Experiencing Pandemic Fatigue?
You aren’t alone. If you are experiencing Pandemic Fatigue and are looking for someone to listen, encourage, and walk beside you during this difficult period of time, consider filling out our connect card. There, you can also request any other information about our church.
Our Approach to Reopening Campus
Just like you, we long for the day that our Church Family and Guests will be able to visit our church campus without having to consider COVID19. Until that day comes, we will continue to strive towards creating a safe place for the body of Christ to gather together and worship.
The MBC Covid Task Force
Our Elder body has appointed a “Task Force” to help identify and recommend specific measures to keep everyone on campus as safe as possible during their visit. They meet frequently to discuss and evaluate the current state of our church’s COVID19 precautions.
Our Current Stage
As of February 2021, all of our ministries are open on campus. If you would like to participate in a specific ministry opportunity or would like more information on something, please check out that ministry’s specific web page here.
Stay up to date on all our upcoming events, updates, and notices. The Around McGregor Email Newsletter is the best way to stay current on all the things happening at McGregor Baptist Church. Consider filling out the below form to subscribe.
You can also follow us on Facebook and Instagram for encouragement, information on events, and previews of an upcoming event or Worship service.
Letters From Pastor Russell
COVID19 has lasted well over a year now. Methods on preventing the spread of COVID19 have changed since this pandemic reached our area. If you would like to see how we have managed our response to the COVID19 pandemic over this past year, we have archived all of Pastor Russell’s letters to the McGregor Family below.