COVID-19 - Our Response

Thank you for your patience as we navigate the necessary changes during the pandemic. 
We monitor official medical release guidelines concerning Covid-19 closely because we take the responsibility to protect our congregation and community seriously.
Gov. Baker has issued an updated restriction, allowing places of worship to seat up to 25% of their capacity, and we are complying with the number of people allowed to register each Sunday.
We're confident that our church and school have not been places of high internal transmission as confirmed by the Lowell Dept. of Health, yet we continue to do our very best to maintain safe practices. 
We are diligent to inform any potential close contact of any positive case, while still upholding privacy laws.
Registration is required to attend a service in-person. Individuals who are not part of the same household will be seated at least 6 feet apart. Members of the same household will be permitted to sit together.
  1. Visit the registration page through  The direct link is
  2. Email,
  3. Call, 978-934-9414 x117
Registrations will close when we reach our maximum social distancing capacity, so please register early in the week.
To manage social distancing, the doors are open 15 minutes prior to and closed 15 minutes after service begins.
Ushers will direct you to your seat, wearing masks and gloves.
Face masks are required for everyone ages 5 years and older. Children may remove their masks once they are seated. Please come with your own face mask.
The Mother’s Room is open to one parent at a time for feeding and infant soothing.
No more than two people at a time are permitted in each restroom.
We are vigilant about maintaining a clean and safe facility for you and your family.
Hand sanitizing stations are provided throughout open areas.
All used areas of the building are sanitized before and after use.
If you have a compromised immune system, we suggest that you use discretion concerning attendance, and check with your doctor.
Stay home if you or someone in your household is sick.
Hugging or shaking hands is highly discouraged.
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