COVID-19 UPDATES

The COVID-19 pandemic is an evolving situation. Our desire is to continue to BE the church even if we can't GATHER as the church. Check back here frequently for updates on our gatherings and protocols to help keep each other safe & healthy.

FEBRUARY 18, 2021

Talbot Street Church is currently closed to in-person worship on Sunday mornings. Please JOIN WORSHIP ONLINE at home and join in our various small group or social opportunities to stay connected to our community!

SEPTEMBER 1, 2020

IN-PERSON MEETING PROTOCOLS

  • If you are planning on joining us on Sunday morning, please PRE-REGISTER. This will ensure that we abide by government regulations around capacity limitations and provide us with contact tracing information if the need should arise. If you forget to pre-register, you are asked to sign in upon arrival to the church and should we already have reached our building capacity, you will be asked to watch the service in the atrium space on the TV screens. 
  • Masks or visors are mandatory.
  • If you are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, or are feeling unwell, we ask that you JOIN WORSHIP ONLINE at home until your symptoms have resolved.
  • Enter through the main (front) atrium doors or, if needed, the accessible (north side) atrium door, and check in at the welcome desk.  
  • Use the multiple hand-sanitizers throughout the church facility as needed.
  • Sit in designated areas and maintain 6 feet between families in the same row.
  • During singing, masks must be worn, with the exception of the worship team on stage.
  • The province allows for fellowship time; however, we will not be serving coffee before or after worship.
  • We want to set a good example of a church functioning during COVID-19, so we ask you to be mindful of physical distancing after the service when you are socializing.
  • Limit washroom use to two people at a time.
  • Children’s Ministry and Nursery childcare are currently unavailable
  • During worship, the atrium will be an alternate place to view the service, offering a less formal place to worship.