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Binghamtown Baptist Church

COVID-19 Update

After weeks of being compliant with "the powers that be “, we are ready to get back to our Sunday morning worship services. We have been praying and seeking God as we navigate through these challenging times and striving to remain blameless. As we gather back in for worship we will temporarily have some guidelines to follow. We fully understand that some of you, our precious church members, have pre-existing conditions that cause you to have to have compromised immune systems and therefore we work to make you feel safe and secure to eventually return in person to worship services: 
#If You Have Any Fever We Ask That You Stay Home    Until You Are Fever Free.

#IfYou Have Any Type Of Symptoms Such As Sneezing Or Coughing, Even If It’s Seasonal Allergies, We Are Asking You To Come But Remain In Your Car In The Parking Lot And Listen By Radio Or You Tube.

#When You Come  Into The Church,Families May Sit Together And We Ask That You Maintain A Little Distance From The Person In The Pew With You.

#We Are Asking That The Men Stand Around The Sanctuary Walls And Allow The Women And Older Church Members To Sit In The Pews.We Will Also Have Chair Spaced Around The Hallway To Accommodate Distancing.

#Masks Are Not Required But Recommended ...If You Feel More At Ease Wearing One In a group setting.

#We Will Not Be Having Any Small Group Meetings Such As Sunday School, Choir Or Nursery For A  few More Weeks.

As we face the challenges ahead we must remain faithful and strong in the work and the word of God. There are many around us that are spiritually ignorant as to the times that we are living in, therefore, let each of us take the opportunity to invite others to join us as we study God‘s life changing and transforming word.( Isaiah 26:3) teaches us that “… Thou will keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on the because he trusts in Thee “. The greatest testimony we can have in these challenging times is to have a piece, a peace that passes all understanding (Philippians 4:7)  and the way to that piece is to keep our hearts and minds stayed on God.