During the week the Premier announced an easing of the COVID-19 restrictions that were in place in South Australia. With the easing of the restrictions we will be able to come together for worship on Sunday morning. This is great news as Justin Gutteridge (our new Minister) will be leading the worship service.
However, whilst we can meet together, it will be slightly different to what we are used to as some restrictions remain in place. The restrictions mean:
- Everyone attending worship must wear a mask (a limited number will be available at the door if you do not have one)
- Everyone must sign in or use the QR code when they enter the building
- A 1.5 metre separation must be maintained with non-family members
- No singing is permitted unless the person is performing individually
- Those enjoying morning tea must be seated
- Strict limits apply to the number of people allowed in an area. The numbers are:
• 3 in the entrance foyer
• 45 in the sanctuary
• 25 in the hall
• 8 in the coffee shop/library
• 3 in the kitchen.
This will limit the movement through the foyer and into the hall for those who wish to enjoy a cuppa after the service. It may mean that you will need to sit in a different spot for morning tea as it is not possible for everyone to be in the hall at the same time. Some people may need to take their cuppa into the coffee shop, outside under the verandah or into the sanctuary.
Please help us all to stay safe by following these requirements.