What is the point of Red, Blue, and Green?
We are trying to maintain physical distance while in worship. We have randomly assigned our church members and regular attenders into three groups. This allows us to rotate the groups in a way that we do not lose connection with one another. As of now, there will be one service time, but we will meet in two buildings simultaneously. Example: the families in the Red group may be in the Fellowship Building this week, and the Blue and Green groups will be in the Sanctuary. The next week Blue will be in the Fellowship Building and the Red and Green will be in the Sanctuary. The third week, the Green will be in the Fellowship Building and the Blue and Red will be in the Sanctuary. This rotation will continue and ensure that everyone can see everyone. It prevents the unintentional creation of two churches in the process.
What if I don't know what color group I belong to?
Guests can come to whichever service they prefer. For our regular members and attenders, be sure to call the office to confirm your color. We have called, texted, and emailed everyone to inform them of their color, but not everyone responded. So we know there may be a few that need to call in and confirm their color group.
Do we have to wear masks?
The CDC and our Insurance company recommend that we wear masks, so we recommend it as well. However, if you are more than six feet away from people outside of your household, you are at a safe distance from others and can not have your mask on at that point. Be sure to wash your hands and use the hand sanitizer by our exit doors. Wearing a mask cuts down on the spread of Coronavirus, so it helps protect others around you.
What about childcare?
At this time, we will not offer children's programming during worship services. We do have a "wiggle room" set up in the choir room for families that need to get their children out. However, children are ALWAYS welcome in worship. Cries, squirms, and questions are good to hear in our church! However - this will change in September. Check out our Children's Ministry page right now!
Will online services continue?
Yes! We know that not everyone is ready to come back to campus, so we want to do our best to help them stay connected.
How do we respond?
Get your information from reliable resources, such as:
Center for Disease Control and Protection (CDC): Click HERE
SC Departement of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC): Click HERE
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The ministry of B3 does not end because of a pandemic and we are to continue to do what God has called us to do.
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