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October 11, 2020 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
WE ARE SO EXCITED THAT YOU HAVE DECIDED TO JOIN OUR REOPENING SERVICE!
Welcome Father’s House Family & Guest!
Please note that our top priority is to keep you and your family safe and well as we come back together!┬á Over the past couple of months, our operations team has put together a plan to bring us back in an effective yet safe manner!
Please take some time to review all of this information below and be sure to register at the end!
We look forward to seeing you soon!
October 11, 2020
6060 Spalding Drive, Norcross, GA 30092
Additional Information / Protocols:
You must register to attend the service. If you are sick, please stay home and enjoy service via livestream. If you are high risk, please consider not coming. If you do, take appropriate precautions. Please see the link below to register, thanks!
Prior to entering the building, please note that you must participate in our health screening. We will take your temperature and ask you a series of questions and provide a mask if you do not have one.
Once Inside the building:
Please follow the directions of our doorkeepers. Be sure to enter the sanctuary from the left or right side doors. Please DO NOT enter through the middle doors (used for exit only). The doorkeepers will assist in seating you. If you have to use the restroom, please seek direction from a member of our staff, thanks.
Until further notice, Children’s Church and the nursery will remain closed. If you bring your children they will need to remain with you throughout the entire service.
We are asking all members and or visitors in need of items from the pantry to please exit the building immediately after service and utilize the curbside parking provided at the end of the parking lot (towards the back). When you arrive, please remain in your vehicle and text the number displayed and the following: your parking spot number and your name. A member of our hospitality team will be with you promptly.
What we will do to keep you safe:
There will be hand sanitizing stations in the bathrooms and in the lobby for your convenience. Before and after services, we will be sanitizing the entire sanctuary and bathrooms.
Social Distancing Precautions:
We ask that there be no congregating in the building before or after service. We will limit bathroom use to one person/family at a time. Doorkeepers will be at
the bathroom entrances to monitor.
We require these best practices: wearing a mask (if not for your comfort, for the comfort and safety of those around you), social distancing, and hand sanitizing. If you are uncomfortable, please feel free to enjoy the service virtually from home.
F A Q’s
Q: What precautions are you encouraging?
A: We encourage these best practices: wearing a mask, social distancing and
hand sanitizing. If you are uncomfortable or choose not to comply, please feel free to enjoy the service virtually from home.
Q: How many people will be allowed in the building?
A: In order to follow health guidelines, we are reopening services with a limited
capacity of around 50 per service. We’ve removed half the chairs in the
sanctuary to enable better social distancing.
Q: Who has to register?
A: For all services moving forward, registration is required for attendance,
including each individual adult, child and staff member.
Q: What happens if the service fills up?
A: Once registration is full, the Eventbrite form will close. If you weren’t able to
secure a reservation, please enjoy service from home through the livestream
for that week.
Q: Can I bring my children to service?
A: Children are allowed to attend service but must be registered and stay with
parents at all times. Please note that children’s ministry will not resume in
person until further notice.
We are so excited to be together in the sanctuary again! As we gather, let us be
Christ-like towards one another and honor each other’s health choices
during this time. We can’t wait to see you October 11th!
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER: https://forms.gle/Pe9cGV5zcMuTgJY19
The Father’s House Leadership