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COVID-19
SAFETY GUIDELINES 

SAFETY GUIDELINES &
BEST PRACTICES

At St. Paul's United Methodist Church, we want to do everything we can for our surrounding communities to slow the spread of COVID-19.

 

Therefore, we share the below safety practices* from the Center of Decease and Control (CDC), the United Methodist Church (UMC) prevention and protection tips and how you can help care for one another and their well-being.

  • As you decide to gather for any In-Person Event Inside or Outside on Church Property, you knowingly and freely assume all health risks, possible exposure to and illness from COVID-19. (Read more about Increased Risk for Severe Illness via CDC ⌝​ 

  • If you are not ready for In-Person activities or events at this time, we invite you to join us Online for Worship at Home.

  • We advise you to follow the CDC safety practices*, including checking the current COVID-19 Community Level on this page and the safety practices* below to stay safe and healthy as you decide to gather In-Person. Learn more here ⌝​.

  • To learn what the UMC wants you to know about COVID-19 and how you can help, please visit here ⌝​

*Below CDC Safety Practices is not all inclusive. Consult your medical provider for any other symptoms that are severe or concerning. Learn more here ⌝​.

Additional Resources

Visit COVID Data Tracker* to learn more about the indicators and metrics used for COVID-19 community level in your county. Please note that county-level data are not available for territories. For the most accurate and up-to-date data for any county or state, visit the relevant health department website.

*COVID Data Tracker may display data that differ from state and local websites. This can be due to differences in how data were collected, how metrics were calculated, or the timing of web updates.

 

THE BEST PRACTICES: