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••Masks are strongly encouraged but not required while attending indoor events and services at Mt. Carmel. Please practice good hand hygiene, stay healthy, and make sure you and your loved ones stay safe! We have masks if you forget one and will continue to provide access to worship by Zoom.

••If you are not feeling well or prefer to worship online, you can join the 9:30am service via Zoom. To receive the Zoom link Click Here to contact our church office. 

When we gather in person again, for special outdoor services, we ask all to following the guidelines listed below: 

Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church

Safe Community Guidelines

  1. Before coming to church, please take your temperature at home.  If it is registering out of your normal range, please stay home.  If you have fever, feel ill or feel you are at high risk for COVID-19, please stay home and worship with us online.

  2. Please wear a mask from the moment you leave your car until you return to your car. This applies to everyone above age 3.

  3.  Please maintain 6 feet of physical distance from all those that do not live in your home.

  4. Please refrain from all physical contact including handshakes, hugs, etc.  Air hugs are great!

  5. Please wash your hands with soap and water or utilize hand sanitizer every time you enter the building.  

  6. Please ensure that children 5th grade and younger are always accompanied by an adult who is mindful of their physical distancing and hand/face hygiene.

  7. If you need to come inside, only one person (or family) in each bathroom or elevator at one time.

  8. To facilitate social distancing, please park in the open parking spaces (every other space is closed).

We know that each family has developed their own guidelines for their family based on their needs.  While on our property, we appreciate everyone’s cooperation following these precautions to keep our community safe.  Please know these guidelines may be stricter than mandated.  Our priority is your health. We love you and stay safe!

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