In-Person Small Group Care Practices

How We are Making Small Groups Safe

What to Check Before Attending In-Person Small Group Gatherings:
Online Health Screen Quesionnaire


Face Coverings

Face coverings are required to/from your seat.



We will do our best to make our small groups as “touch-free” as possible!


Air Hugs/Elbow Bumps

As you attend small groups in-person, by all means enjoy each other’s company, while doing your best to practice safe-distancing (staying 6 feet apart).


Individual Seating

Individual seating spaces for small groups will be safe-distanced.


Dress in Layers

The room will be a bit cooler than usual due to the fresh outside air venting
in. We will either crack a door, or window, or turn on the fresh air circulation. Dress warmly, or bring a throw blanket!

Thank you for helping create a culture of care!

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Other Safety Measures

Air Circulation

We will also have our side windows and doors open during small group gatherings. If you are meeting in the Main Auditorium we will have the ceiling air fans on to create a positive pressure inside the room to push air particles down to the floor and out the windows/doors.

You may notice a cool breeze and will want to dress accordingly for gatherings in the building.

Cleaning & Disinfecting

Learn more about our cleaning/disinfecting measures here.