COVID-19 Info & Response

last updated 4/3/2021



  • WHAT WE ARE DOING:

    • Sunday services are meeting in person, and will be streamed online.  The service begins at 10:45. 
    • We will take communion on the 4th Sunday of the month.  We have a volunteer using tongs to distribute the elements on Sunday mornings.
    • Our Impact Children's Ministry and our nursery are back up and running!  Of course, you are welcome to take the kids into the sanctuary with you, if you prefer.
    • Our children's ministry curriculum will be made available to our Impact Kids families each Sunday after the message through our our Impact Children's Ministry Facebook group. 
    • Some Bible studies and small groups are back to meeting in person and some are meeting via Zoom.  Zoom meeting IDs are listed in our Weekly Update.  Contact info@trygrace.com for more info.  
    • We have installed additional hand sanitizing stations throughout the building.
    • We have upgraded the HVAC filtration system in the building.
    • We have installed floor decals to direct foot traffic and encourage social distancing.
    • Doors are propped, or opened by a volunteer.
    • We have changed the hardware on the bathroom doors so they can be operated without hands.
    • 2 new offering boxes have been installed in the foyer.  We will not be passing the offering bags around.
    • As required by the mask mandate, we are encouraging masks.
  • WHAT YOU CAN DO:

    • If you don't feel well, stay home.  If you are waiting for test results or are concerned about your exposure, stay home.  
    • Don't give in to fear.  Instead, arm yourself with facts from reliable sources like the National Institutes of Health,  the CDC, NC Department of Health & Human Services, and the Wake County Health Department.
    • Pray.  Pray for healing for those affected, for protection for all, especially those in the high-risk groups and medical professionals, and for the peace and love of God to cast out fear.
    • Reach out.  Check on each other.  Let us know if you have a need.  We are still here to serve.  Click here to submit a prayer request.
    • Continue to support the church prayerfully and financially.  
    • Consider giving to the Hope Fund to prepare for the financial needs that many will be facing in the aftermath of this crisis.

  • Remember that God is sovereign, and He is in control.   His plans for us are good (Jeremiah 29:11).  We can have peace in this storm because He is with us!