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Sunday Mornings @ Gatetree

As you may be aware, effective August 2nd, Contra Costa County Health Services issued a Health Order mandating the wearing of face coverings at all indoor public settings.  As a result, some changes have been made with our Sunday morning gathering.

1) FACE COVERINGS: All people inside the building are required to wear face coverings. Outside, face coverings are optional according to your own preference. 

2) SOCIAL DISTANCING: While social distancing has not been mandated, we will continue to have chairs distanced in the sanctuary for the time being. Also, as you  know, each Sunday we have been singing outside on the patio/lawn. We will continue singing outdoors simply to enjoy our nice weather and the beautiful lawn/patio area. 

Clearly, people have different views and comfort levels with COVID guidelines, county health orders, and State guidance. Please be sensitive to those around you and their comfort with sitting shoulder-to-shoulder with someone outside their own household. Please check to see if they are comfortable with you sitting close to them.

As a reminder, if you or anyone in your home are ill or not feeling well with COVID or flu-like symptoms, please stay home for that particular day.

Looking forward to seeing you at our worship gathering on Sunday. 

 

Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Public Health Links 

**As you seek to stay informed about the current public health situation, you may want to regularly check these trusted sources. 

Contra Costa County (CA): Click HERE

Alameda County (CA): Click HERE

Coronavirus.gov: Click HERE

Centers for Disease Control: Click HERE

California Public Health: Click HERE

 

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