ANNOUNCING IN-PERSON SERVICES
Under the guidelines of State and local government officials, The Mission Anglican Church has restarted in-person services each Sunday at 10:30 AM. However, things are different than usual.
If you are sick, have a fever, present any signs of cold, flu, or COVID-19 symptoms, or if you have been in contact with anyone who has had COVID-19 in the past 14 days, please stay home. We care about your health and safety. If you are in a high-risk group, we encourage you to continue attending online worship at tmacpensacola.com or our Facebook page. Our Congregational Care Team will continue to stay in touch with those who remain at home. While we cannot guarantee a germ-free environment, we are taking steps to help prevent transmission of Covid-19. You can read more about those steps below:
Our Guidelines for Your Safety
Our sanctuary has been reconfigured to allow for social distancing. We’ve blocked off every other pew to maintain six feet between family units.
We will have a main service only. There will be no kid’s ministry activities, nursery, Children’s Church or childcare; nor will any Sunday School classes be offered yet.
To help prevent the spread of infection, we ask everyone to wear a face mask. This is completely voluntary. If you forget, one can be provided for you. Infants and toddlers are not expected to wear a mask.
Common areas and gathering spaces of the building will be closed. That includes the downstairs Fellowship Hall, classrooms and other places people might congregate.
Before every service, the sanctuary and all high-touch surfaces will be disinfected.
Hand sanitizing stations will be set up at entrances to the building and sanitizer is available throughout the building.
If you need to sneeze or cough, please cover your mouth and nose or sneeze into your elbow.
We will provide sanitizing wipes in the restrooms and ask that you wipe down commonly touched surfaces aster each use. .
We will not distribute any bulletins or printed materials.
Greeters will be wearing masks. We will not shake hands, hug, or high five. Instead, we will air hug, wave, and smile.
We encourage you to continue giving online. During services, we will take an offering. Ushers will wear masks. They will walk down each empty pew with the plate so donations can be dropped in – no contact.
Communion will be administered by the priest dipping the wafer in the wine and handing you the blessed elements. This will be done at your pew in a similar way that the offering is taken.