COVID-19 UPDATE

 

November 16, 2021

 

We are presently only live streaming our services in cooperation with the enacted shutdown proposed by Governor Lujan to curb the covid19 spread.  In-person services are scheduled to resume on Sunday, December 6, at 10:30, am and 6:00 pm.

 

We aim to provide a touchless experience and a safe environment for in-person services as we welcome you and your family.  For your safety ushers open doors, we encourage people to refrain from personal contacts, such as handshaking, hugging, fist, or elbow bumping.  We encourage social distancing.  We require that you wear a mask.

 

Hand sanitizer stations are at the entrance and throughout the building. The sanctuary is sprayed and sanitized between services.

 

A welcome team member screens all attendees.  The procedure is simple, quick, and as follows.

1. Your temperature is taken.

2. A few questions are asked regarding your health and potential exposure to covid19

            a. Have you tested positive for Covid19 within the last 14 days?

            b. Have you been exposed to a Covid19 positive individual in the previous 14 days?

            c. Are you feeling sick?

If you answer yes to any of the above questions, please refrain from attending until you obtain a negative covid19 test.  

 

We strongly recommend those in the high-risk, vulnerable population to stay home and join us on Livestream at abqpottershouse.com.

 

For other questions regarding our covid policies, you may contact our Covid point of contact Scott Gallegos.  You may text or contact Scott with your inquiry at 505-835-3111.  He is also available to speak with in person at the church.   

 

We understand that each person in our church family has various attitudes towards social guidelines; from very cautious to, there should be none.  According to the Christian virtues of selflessness, respect, and kindness laid out in Romans 14, we desire to accommodate those most cautious.  We want them to feel welcomed and experience services with us in person.  We know this is difficult, but we must be willing to sacrifice our preference for the good of the cautious brethren.  If you deem our guidelines too strict or find them inadequate, please continue participating by joining us on Livestream.  Thank you for your patience and understanding!

 

In His service,

 

Jeffrey Day

Pastor