FAQ’s for Reopening

We will have seating available both in the sanctuary and on the patio. If you choose to sit on the patio, bring a jacket if it’s cold outside.

Yes, we will require everyone worshiping with us to wear a mask while on the church campus.

Yes, we will be seating congregants at a safe distance from one another.

No, the church will not inquire about vaccination status.

Yes, we will have hand sanitizer at the entrance gate and in the narthex.

We will have music from the worship band and the choir. They will be socially distanced from the congregation. And, we will ask the congregation to refrain from singing.

No, we will not have a coffee/social hour following the service. But, we are looking forward to the day when we can socialize safely again.

Yes, and we are gathering information for how to best attend to the needs of kids, youth and families.

Yes, we have installed MERV 13 filters in the sanctuary and in the administration building and the doors will remain open for airflow.

Yes! We have installed a camera system in the sanctuary and will be live-streaming each service.

California Senior Healthcare Information

Medicare, like all health insurance programs, can be very complicated. In fact, over 50% of seniors enrolling in Medicare find choosing the right plan confusing and less than half of beneficiaries say they review or compare Medicare coverage options annually.

Here is some fact-based, data-driven, expert-reviewed information about Medicare and Medicare rights and advocate information for solutions to healthcare coverage problems for aging adults.

This newly updated resource on Medicare in California helps guide seniors through all of the available Medicare plan options and provides a list of helpful community organizations across California that can further support seniors with choosing a plan that meets their financial and medical needs.

You can view the guide here: https://www.medicareplans.com/california/