An Update from the Elders of RBC Nashville:
As Pastor Stephen mentioned last week, we will resume meeting in-person this Sunday, 8/9/20 with an abbreviated service starting at 10AM instead of 11. Below is an outline put together by our safety team for your careful review:
We will no longer broadcast the service through Zoom. The service will be broadcasted only through sermon audio which can be accessed through the embedded player on our website as well as sermon audio’s MyChurch app (available for both Apple and Android).
Until further notice, breakfast/coffee, Sunday School, the nursery, and lunch will not be available, so please plan your morning accordingly.
If, within 24 hours of our service, you have experienced any of the following, please stay home and participate via the livestream:
1) Have been in close contact with anyone with a confirmed case of COVID-19,
2) Are experiencing a cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, sneezing, gastrointestinal irregularities (vomiting or diarrhea), loss of smell and/or taste, an onset of unusual or unexplained itchy patches on your skin, increasing confusion and mental cloudiness, unexplained eye issues (redness, itchy, watery, other discharge),
3) Or, without taking any medications, have a fever (over 100 ̊F ) (in the last 48 hours)
If you feel ill in any way, please stay home or leave the meeting immediately.
Everyone age 7 and older is required to wear a mask that covers one’s nose and mouth—no exceptions (not even medical/psychological). The only exception will be the person at the microphone speaking (they will remove the mask to speak and then put it back on when done). The mask must always be worn while inside the building. If you are not planning to wear a mask, then we ask that you remain home and participate through the livestream. Spare masks will be available at the door if you do not have one, however it is highly encouraged that you bring your own masks (no crocheted or obviously porous masks).
Please enter through the main entrance doors upon arrival. Contact a deacon or the on-duty usher/monitor if the use of another entrance is absolutely necessary (wheelchairs).
Please sanitize your hands upon entrance into the building and frequently thereafter.
When using the restrooms, if possible, please allow for single use only (only 1 person in the restroom at a time).
Please adhere to the signs that are placed throughout the building.
After the service, we encourage everyone to immediately exit through the opened gym doors to the parking lot.
After the initial week, we ask for those planning to attend the service to register through signup genius (the link will be sent out in the mid-week email).
We look forward to being back together again, and appreciate your prayers, encouragement and patience as we seek to navigate a difficult time with wisdom.
P.S. To repeat once more, will be meeting at 10AM, not 11AM. So, don’t show up at 11. That would be sad.