COVID-19 SAFETY PROTOCOL PLAN04-Jul-2020
On Sunday, March 8 our pastors presented an overview of our COVID-19 Safety Protocol Plan for Mosaic Church. This plan has been put in place and the staff
and leaders are working diligently to materialize the different phases of it. As events unfold in our state, we will activate other aspects of this
Please watch this video to learn more about the first phase of our plan, and scroll down to find answers to frequently asked questions in this regard.
Also, please keep checking this page or our Facebook page for updates to this information.
What does our cleaning/sanitation process currently look like?
Our facilities are thoroughly cleaned and disinfected several times a week and after every large-scale event. Our staff and cleaning contractors have increased the scope and frequency of this cleaning and we are asking our volunteers to help us clean after services/activities are completed. We have also placed stations throughout the church with sanitizer for your convenience.
Are all of our frequently touched surfaces involved in the cleaning process (i.e., doors, handles, water fountains, tables, sinks, check-in stations, touchscreens)?
Are we asking our volunteers/door greeters/welcome teams to refrain from shaking hands?
Yes. And we are asking everyone in our congregation to refrain from physical contact during services, especially during "meet and greet" time.
What does our cleaning/sanitation process look like for kids' rooms?
We already had a very robust cleaning and disinfecting process in place for our kids' rooms. Our Children's Pastor and staff are now adding additional steps and frequency of cleaning to ensure the highest possible level of safety and sanitation for our children. Every kids' area is cleaned and sanitized before and after each service on Sunday and several times during the week after other activities.
How will the Coronavirus impact Sunday services?
Our leadership team and worship leaders are developing online options for Sunday services and activities like small groups etc should the need arise. We would utilize options such as live streaming and Facebook Live to still enable Mosaic members to have a level of community, connection and worship. This option would be activated when the context demands it, and we are following the lead of our Executive Pastor who has extensive expertise in the matter.