We can't wait to see you in 2021!
We know that, during this unique season, a variety of questions, emotions, and views will surface. As we gather together in-person at our physical campus locations in the New Year, Grace has provided answers to some general and most commonly asked questions.
*As we continue joining together in-person, we'll update this page with important information. Please be sure to follow us on social media (@yourgracecrhuch) and sign up for Grace Mail to receive up-to-date alerts.
WILL THERE BE ONLINE SERVICES AVAILABLE?
Grace is committed to providing quality online services each weekend. CLICK HERE for for information about specific platforms and service times!
The weekend experience for our children and students continues to be a priority for Grace. In addition to offering age-appropriate services and opportunities, our teams have implemented new safety, spacing, and sanitizing protocols. CLICK HERE for details!
Per Governor DeWine's orders regarding face coverings in public places in our county, all Family Ministry Volunteers are required to wear a mask while at Grace. Kids and students in Kindergarten through 8th grade are also required to wear masks.
CLEANING BETWEEN SERVICES
Pre-COVID, the cleanliness of our campuses was always of the utmost importance to our team. During this season, we will be even more intentional to sanitize high touch points and have volunteer teams monitor and clean between each of our services. Click here for details.
We certainly want to help people feel comfortable as we gather in-person at our physical locations. We are spacing out chairs in our auditoriums, and those attending a service in-person should feel free to approach or not approach others as they feel comfortable.
ARE FACE MASKS REQUIRED?
In light of the orders released by the Governor's Office requiring masks in public spaces, we are requiring masks at all of our physical campus locations.
HAND SANITIZER STATIONS
Hand sanitizing stations are setup throughout campus buildings for the use of our attendees and guests.
If you have health concerns or are feeling sick, please stay home and engage one of our high-quality online services.
We know that this unique season in the life of our community and church reaches everyone differently. Should you have additional questions about a weekend service in-person, please feel free to contact us.