We have resumed regular Sunday morning worship services. We have made some important changes to provide a safe environment for everyone.
Please allow at least 6 feet between you and anyone not living in your household. We have plenty of seating for you to spread out, including upstairs in the balcony. Please do not initiate handshakes or hugs for now. Continue to be welcoming and friendly, but at a distance. Smile, wave, and give air high fives!
We are encouraging everyone to wear protective masks.
Our restrooms are available for you to use. We simply ask that you wash your hands and do your part to keep everything tidy.
WASH YOUR HANDS REGULARLY
We have hand sanitizer at every entrance, as well as soap in the restrooms. Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds, and be sure to cough and sneeze into your elbow.
Offering boxes are located in the foyer for you to use on your way in or out. You can also give online HERE.
STAY AT HOME IF YOU ARE SICK
If you are feeling sick or showing symptoms, please stay at home. If you are at risk because you are immunocompromised, please stay at home. We will miss seeing you, but we love you too much to expect you take that kind of risk. We invite you to connect with us online in the meantime. Our services are live on facebook.com/ibsavannah and we have a catalog of previous messages HERE.
We sanitize every surface regularly during the week.
We look forward to connecting with you. Click HERE so we can get in touch this week!
We will continue monitoring information from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and adjust our operations to help contain the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
When there are any further changes to our schedule, we will let you know in the most efficient ways possible.
We strongly urge you to stay updated on these and other health issues through the CDC website, the most reliable health organization in the world, and not through the media, which often seems to thrive on the emotional responses of viewers rather than on medical facts and helpful advice for staying healthy.
We would like to remind you that as followers of Christ, we are not called to panic or to live in fear. We are not responding to mass hysteria. Rather, after research and listening to the advice of medical professionals, we are seeking to behave in the most responsible, loving, & protective way we can toward our community.
We will keep you informed as the situation evolves and if there are any other measures we feel must be taken. In the meantime, know that you are loved and that God will see us through this! Please do not hesitate to reach out to us if you have a need with a special situation or need prayer.