COVID Safety Protocols for
First Congregational Church
We are currently meeting in person for worship.
Face Masks Optional (1-29-23)
The FCC COVID Protocol Safety Team has continued to meet regularly to review the community COVID risk transmission data. Lane County’s risk level has decreased from Medium risk to Low risk, where it has remained for several weeks.
We are a Mask Affirming Community. Anyone may decide that wearing a mask is the right decision for themselves. “Masks optional” means that people are welcome to wear a mask but not required to do so.
We will continue to monitor the Lane County data, and will revise the policy as conditions change. As always, if you are sick please stay home and enjoy the service online.
Church safety protocols are offered with the intention of balancing diverse needs and opinions while calling Christian values of Community, Hospitality, and Care and Concern for the Vulnerable as our commitment to the common good. We will continue to monitor the Lane County data, and will revise the policy as conditions change. As always, if you are sick please stay home and enjoy the service online
Our worship is available to stream at 10am on Sundays, and available as a recording afterwards. For a full list and links to past worship services, see Worship Services.
Daily All Church Emails
The All Church emails are sent out daily with a beautiful photograph, a message of hope and the days announcements. Links to various zoom meetings for the week are also included. If you are not receiving the daily All Church emails please contact Dana at email@example.com.
We will continue to provide ongoing updates as necessary. We are monitoring the impact of COVID-19 in our community and are in consistent contact with our local, state, and federal partners, as well as with United Church of Christ national offices.