As the government gives direction and guidance to slow the spread of COVID-19, it is important to remember that there are certain guidelines we must continue to follow.

We’re all learning how to love on one another, while continuing to respect the laws of the land during this unprecedented time!

With that being said, all attendees are strongly encouraged to wear a mask and practice social distancing with those outside of your household. Additional guidelines that we urge all members of the Dwell Church family to follow are:

  • If you are at risk, or have had a fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, or have come into contact with anyone confirmed to have COVID-19, we are asking you to worship with us online.
  • Hand sanitizing stations will be set up in the hallway and ballroom.
  • Families or groups that arrive together can sit together, but must maintain six feet of separation from other individuals not within the same household. If such distancing is not possible, other measures such as face covering, hand hygiene, cough etiquette, cleanliness, and sanitation should be rigorously practiced.
  • Keep at least two empty seats (or six feet of separation) between parties in any row.
  • Rows will be six feet apart, with three sections of fifteen chairs. Each section will be six to eight feet apart.
  • Most importantly, please be sure to avoid making physical contact with those outside of your party. Out of respect for the potential spread of disease and the harm this can do to an individual’s work life, we emphasize this rule in particular.
  • At this time, our Dwell Kids classes and nursery will not be open, so all Sunday services will be family services. We will continue to make lessons available online for our children.
  • For parents with children ages four and under, we have made a sitting room available in case your little one needs a break during service. The Dwell livestream will be airing on screen so you don’t miss out on what God is doing.

Above all, we thank you for following these guidelines to the best of your ability. This is a practical way to love your neighbor during this time!