Sunday Service 10:30 AM

From: Bob Handley
Date: Monday May 19th, 2020
Subject: COVID-19 


With Governor Baker's announcement that Phase 1 will include reopening Houses of Worship, we will resume having services! This is exciting news and we are looking forward to gathering together.


This reopening, however, does comes with certain guidelines. We, as a leadership team, have come up with a plan for Calvary that coincides with the state's protocol and checklist for churches.


Click the image, or HERE , to access our five-point guide to familiarize yourself with our protocol for Sunday mornings. This will be our protocol throughout Phase 1.


Also in adherence with Phase 1 guidelines, we are required to monitor the number of attendees:


"If feasible, places of worship are encouraged to arrange online sign-up for services in advance in order to monitor and limit the number of attendees" -

https://www.mass.gov/doc/places-of-worship-protocols-summary/download


While it is highly unlikely that we would go over our state-mandated limit, we want to come alongside these protocols and do what we can to be best prepared.


Moving forward, we are excited to see more and more of you over the following weeks. We realize that many of you may be unable to attend or are still more comfortable remaining home at this time. Please know we will be:


1. Continuing to Live Stream Sunday Morning

2. Continuing to offer online Zoom meetups during the week following the same schedule


Psalm 133:1 says, "How good and pleasant it is when God’s people live together in unity!" We look forward to "gathering" both in person and at a distance.


Either way, God will be glorified!

Either way, He is speaking!

Either way, we can corporately bring Him our Praises!

Either way, He is advancing!

Either way, we are alive for such a time as this - to know Him and make Him known!


He has great things in store, and He invites us along! Have a wonderful week! We are praying for you all and are looking forward to when we are all gathered together again.