We are now worshipping with no restrictions in place. There are still masks and hand sanitizer available at each entrance. As always, we ask that you respect those worshipping with or without face coverings.
In light of the recent good news that the number of new Covid-19 cases in Knox County continues to drop and that the several vaccines that are available are being administered at an encouraging rate, the Council has decided
to begin returning to normal services.
We are asking that you continue to social distance and wear a face covering entering and exiting the building. While seated you may choose to worship
as you are most comfortable.
Our sanctuary will continue to be cleaned and sanitized after each service. Masks and anti-bacterial soaps and wipes will still be available for those that wish to use them.
We ask that whatever your comfort level, that you respect the choices of your neighbors gathered together as the Body of Christ in worship.
We will continue to record the service and make it available
online Sunday afternoons.
Should the number of new cases no longer look promising, the Council will make decisions at that time to ensure that we are doing everything we can
to love our neighbor as ourself.
The Church Council has decided to return to in person worship.
Masks and Social Distancing are still encouraged.
We will continue to post online services for those who can not yet join us.
In person worship on Sundays resumes Feb. 21st at 9 am
We will also begin our Lenten Services on
Wednesdays at 7pm starting Feb 17.
We will continue to monitor the number of Covid-19 Cases in our area.
(More details can be found here.)
We are grateful for your patience as we navigate
how best to love our neighbor.
Our online content will continue to be posted
We are praying that you and your family stay safe and find ways to encounter
the hope and love of this holy season.
Pastor Jesse Letourneau
Salem UCC, Westphalia, IN