Covid 19 Response – Updated May 2021

This document has been created to further communicate our response to Covid-19 and is subject to change.

Currently, we are having outdoor drive-in worship services at 10 am on Sunday mornings. All are welcome and are encouraged to social distance as our province and local health unit have advised.

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INDOOR SERVICES:

When you enter Gilmour, please use the South doors (double doors) and then exit using the North door (single).

Please note the signage posted at the entrance and throughout the building that clearly communicates our requirement to self-identify and not enter the building if you have travelled outside of Canada in the last 14 days, believe you could have been exposed to someone with COVID-like symptoms, or if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms: respiratory issues, fever, or cough.

Please note the available hand sanitizer at the entrance and exit, the markings on floor which include directional arrows for traffic flow, and the modified seating arrangement in the sanctuary.

CHURCH CLEANING:

The church is being thoroughly cleaned each week, currently on Wednesdays or Fridays.
We ask that anyone using the church will wipe down surfaces they have touched with the provided
sanitizers and paper towels (found in lower level of church, outside the kitchen).

WASHROOM USE:

When you enter Gilmour, please use the South doors (double doors) and then exit using the
North door (single). Please note the signage posted at the entrance and throughout the building
that clearly communicates our requirement to self-identify and not enter the building if you have
travelled outside of Canada in the last 14 days, believe you could have been exposed to
someone with COVID-like symptoms, or if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms:
respiratory issues, fever, or cough.

Please note the cleaning directions as posted at the washroom doors.
Please wash your hands for 20 seconds using soap and water. When soap and water is
not readily available, using hand sanitizer with 60% alcohol content can be effective when
it is applied properly (nickel-sized portion) and massaged between each finger, over the
tips of fingernails and applied to the lower wrist until the hands are dry.
We want to emphasize the proven effectiveness of hand hygiene which many experts
agree is the single-most important method of reducing and preventing the spread of
viruses.
After washroom use, we ask that you take a disinfectant wipe and re-enter the washroom
using it to wipe down all areas touched. Start with door handles on both sides of the door;
then paper towel dispenser; soap dispenser, sink taps; then toilet handle. Discard used
disinfectant wipes in the waste can provided.


Parents/guardians please accompany children under 10.