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March 11, 2022
Update on our COVID Response
With thanks to God, and with our trust firmly in him, we are glad to announce that masks will no longer be required when coming to church (except when visiting The Giving Tree, due to requirements by the Kansas Health Department for preschools). We recognize that each of us has different health needs and different risk levels. So, anyone who needs to wear a mask, or who chooses to do so is welcome to continue. But we will no longer require them inside the building. We will, however, continue to space out our seating arrangements, and we recommend that everyone remember to wash your hands and use hand sanitizer as needed. And please, let’s continue to show respect for one another by not invading personal space where we are not invited in.
It’s time to celebrate the return of fellowship in our morning services. So, starting this Sunday, we’re breaking out the coffee and treats to sweeten your morning a little. Join us from 9-9:40 in the fellowship hall. Bring some stories of what God has been doing in your life to share with one another. And enjoy the chance to meet someone new, or get re-acquainted with your church family.
We will update the website regularly with information as it affects our church. For the latest updates on the status of the pandemic, we recommend that you consult the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.
The Giving Tree Preschool
The health and safety of our Giving Tree families and staff has been our highest priority as we make decisions based upon guidance and recommendations from our local health officials. Please see the updates below for the latest information regarding The Giving Tree Preschool and our response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Giving Tree will continue to require masks to be worn indoors by individuals age 2 and older in the preschool setting, except during snack time. Masks can also be removed during outside playtime.
Our current policy states that masks will be worn throughout the spring semester. Our team continues to re-evaluate as information is updated and received from KDHE.