New Beginnings Covid-19 update:
We understand that Covid is a part of life for all of us today. While the world works to find the best way to deal with this disease we continue to wait and watch and do what we can to ensure everyone's safety to the best of our ability and with the information we have.
We also understand that this topic continues to create unique struggles in many different ways. We at New Beginnings have repeatedly asked for all of our members to deal with one another with openness and respect for differing views when it comes to dealing with Covid.
We invite anyone and everyone to come and be a part of the New Beginnings family!
What that means for us.
- We welcome anyone to join our services with or without a face covering and call on everyone to walk in understanding of one another.
- We accept that vaccinations are a personal choice and will not ask if anyone has or has not been vaccinated.
- Before leaving home, we ask you to self-screen to confirm no signs of illness, paying particular attention during this season to symptoms associated with COVID-19. We ask that you do not come to in person services if you are experiencing the following symptoms: persistent cough; shortness of breath or difficulty breathing; fever, chills, shaking, body aches; headache or sore throat; and/or loss of taste or smell.
What to do if you test positive and have recently attended services at New Beginnings
- If you test positive for COVID-19 within 14 days of attending a service, please notify the church office or one of our Pastors. Additionally, as a courtesy to others, please make an effort to notify all individuals you have had close contact with while attending the service. We ask that you not be part of in-person gatherings until you have been fever free (unmedicated) for 72 hours, symptoms have ceased, and at least one week has passed since the start of symptoms.
- If you discover that you have been in contact (less than six feet for more than 15 minutes) with an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19, self-quarantine, and do not attend in-person gatherings for 14 days from the date of exposure.