We are looking forward to worshipping together on Sunday, both with those who come to our campus and with those who will worship online. For those planning to come to the Sanctuary, we have worked hard to prepare for your arrival so here’s what you need to know: 

  • There will be three identical services at 8:00 a.m., 9:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. lasting for 45 minutes each. 
     
  • Doors will open 15 minutes prior to each service, so please stay in your car until that time. Valet parking will not be available.
     
  • Our staff will be wearing masks (when not leading the service), and you are encouraged to wear one, too, although it is not required.  
     
  • When you arrive at the Sanctuary, please go directly to an available seat. Doors will be open so there is no need to touch any handles. Hand sanitizers will be provided at all entrances and exits for your convenience. Rows that have been closed will be marked clearly. Coffee stations and water fountains have been temporarily disabled
     
  • Use the Social Distancing tools to maintain the recommended 6 feet away from people outside of your household. For larger families, please place the spacing tool behind you on the pew. Childcare will not be available.
     
  • Make sure to notice the color of the spacing tool on your pew as we will dismiss by color at the end of the service.  Please remain seated until your color appears on the screen. 
     
  • You will notice that all materials have been removed from the pew backs including offering envelopes. Receptacles and envelopes have been placed at all entrances to provide a way for you to give your tithes and offerings. 
     
  • Once your row has been dismissed, please exit any open door in the Sanctuary as quickly as possible. This will allow our staff time to clean the Sanctuary and prepare and for the next service.

Don’t forget to check with your LifeGroups for online Bible Study days and times. And remember, if you or someone in your household has been sick within the last 48 hours, please stay home and worship via livestream at live.dawsonchurch.org

 

We look forward to worshipping together with you this Sunday!

 

 

James 1:5 says, If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask God, who gives generously to all without reproach, and it will be given to him.  Thank you for continuing to pray for our church leadership as they seek wisdom from God on how we can gather together again as a church family.