Video Three: Inside the Sanctuary

Video Three: Inside the Sanctuary

  • Where to sit: we have marked out the sanctuary that holds to the 6-foot social distancing rule. Basically, if the cushion is missing and the door is closed, don’t sit there.  Of course, families are invited to sit together, and we ask that if a family is sitting together, that you sit 6′ away honoring the social distancing rule. (This also means, the closest you can sit with your friends…is six foot apart).
  • Why is everything so empty!? To eliminate as many points of contact as possible, we have removed everything from the pews! However, here’s what you will find:
    • Liturgy pages: we will continue to print up and provide a liturgy page each week. These will be placed in the pews where you will be able to sit. 
    • Announcements and prayer updates will be shared in the Fair Street Weekly that is sent out on Mondays. 
    • QR Codes: in the pews, you will find three of those little boxes that you can scan with your phone camera. What are these for?  (Don’t worry, Pastor Kendra will explain on the video more about these)
      • Visitors and guests: the blue and white QR code when scanned will send friends joining us for the first time to sending the office an email with their information to let us know that they were in worship.
      • Prayers of joy and concern: the red QR code will bring up a text message to Pastor Kendra’s phone in which you will be able to send her a text message with your joys or concerns to share with the Fair Street Community so we can be in prayer. When we get to the time of prayer, Pastor Kendra will be able to just pull up her phone and look to see what prayers came in during worship. Don’t worry if you don’t have a fancy phone to scan the code, we are still working on a way in which you can share your joys and concerns in a safe way.
      • Online giving: The green QR code will bring you safely to our secure online giving site. This is provided just in case you forgot your offering or would prefer to give of your gifts and offerings this way, rather than dropping it in the offering plate. 
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