Worship Schedule

Join us for one united Worship Service at 9:30 a.m. on Sundays!

SUNDAY WORSHIP

We currently are meeting for one, united celebration service at 9:30 a.m. 

Youth and Children begin in the service for worship and then are dismissed to classes and childcare.
 

 

Indoor Masking is Strongly Recommended at NPC. Consistent with the CDC indoor mask-wearing guidance, we continue to strongly recommend universal mask-wearing while attending the Worship Service. Masks will be available at both the Windsor and Grayling entrances.  

Please remember that online worship from the church website at www.narberthpres.org/livestreams is always available as an alternative to worshiping in person, in the Sanctuary.

As we resume "passing the plate" during Sunday's Worship Service, you will not be required to handle the plate. Ushers will move it among people in the pew. You may also drop your donation or tithe in the donation boxes at both entrances, which will remain in place. Online giving and text giving also continue with no changes.  If you have become accustomed to making your donation online or through text, there is no need to make changes, unless you wish to. Thank you for blessing this church with your tithes, gifts and offerings. If you would enjoy serving the congregation by ushering, new volunteers are always needed.

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SAFETY AND SECURITY UPDATE  

CDC’s Covid Guidelines for “Staying at Home”: How Do These Impact Whether I Can Worship or Attend Sunday School at NPC?
 
With record COVID transmission levels in our community, it is important our members and friends of NPC become familiar with current public health guidelines regarding “when to stay home” after being exposed to Covid-19.
 
Isolation and Quarantine are confusing terms being frequently discussed, but what do they mean for one in daily life, particularly church life?
 
From the Centers for Disease Control:  https://www.cdc.gov/quarantine/index.html

  * Isolation separates sick people with a contagious disease from people who are not sick.

  *Quarantine separates and restricts the movement (remain at home) of people who were exposed to a contagious disease to see if they become sick. 

For your health and safety, NPC has adopted the Center for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines for “when to stay home”  as follows: 

1. Isolate at Home: If you tested positive for Covid-19 or are sick (regardless of your vaccination status): 

· Stay home for at least 5 days and isolate from others at home; wear a well-fitted mask if you need to be around others at home
· End isolation after 5 days, if you have no symptoms or your symptoms are resolving after 5 days (and you are fever-free for 24 hours)
· Wear a mask around others for 10 full days.
· If severely ill, isolate at least for 10 days and consult your doctor.

2. Quarantine at Home: If you are exposed to someone that tests positive for Covid-19 and you are NOT up-to-date on vaccinations (e.g. you have NOT been fully vaccinated within the past six months and/or have NOT received your booster):

· Stay home for at least 5 days and quarantine from others at home; wear a well-fitted mask if you need to be around others at home
· Get tested after at least 5 days, if possible.
· End quarantine after 5 days, if you have no symptoms
· If you do develop symptoms, get a test and stay home.
·  For everyone (including those that can’t quarantine), wear a mask around others for 10 full days

3. No Quarantine Needed: If you are exposed to someone that tests positive for Covid-19 and you are up-to date on vaccinations (e.g. you have been fully vaccinated within the past six months and received your booster):

· You do not need to stay at home unless you develop symptoms
· Get tested after at least 5 days, if possible.
· If you do develop symptoms, get a test and stay home.
· Wear a mask around others for 10 full days.

These protocols apply to all in person activities, including:  Sunday worship, small groups, Wednesday night activities and church meetings.  If you are isolating or quarantining and you feel able you may of course attend any livestream or Zoom events from your home.

Safety and Security committee members: Jim Hornung, Dr. Nina O’Connor, Tim Roykouff, Eric Simpson (Chair), Scott Todd, Rob Wray.

Publication Date: 
January 18, 2022

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