Masks making it difficult to attend in-person gatherings? Good news! We've made some adjustments to align with State guidelines to make services easier to attend while staying safe.
Everyone attending an in-person Bethel event must wear face coverings at all times while on church property (whether indoor or outdoor) with the following exceptions:
❶ Children age 1 and younger. Parents should work with children ages 2, 3, and 4 to wear a face-covering if possible, but it is not required.
❷ People who have disabilities that prevent them from comfortably wearing or taking off face coverings OR disabilities that prevent them from communicating while wearing face coverings.
❸ People who have respiratory conditions or breathing trouble.
❹ People who have been told by a medical, legal, or behavioral health professional not to wear face coverings.
❺ People who are communicating with others who are deaf or hard of hearing.
❻ Those who are hosting, speaking, or leading worship in front of an audience may remove their mask for the time they are speaking as long as they are socially distanced from the crowd.
We sincerely hope these small changes will make it more comfortable for you to worship with your faith family while remaining safe and caring for your neighbor, and we hope to see you here this weekend! To attend in person, just go here to RSVP