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We will practice social distancing on campus and in the Worship Center. Masks are encouraged but not required. Childcare is available for preschool children only and registration is required by Friday, September 25 at pabc.org/rsvp.
9:15 AM | Indoor, outdoor or online worship
10:45 AM | Indoor, outdoor or online worship
Wednesday nights are back from 6:15 to 7:30 PM each week. Dinner will not be served beforehand. Registration is encouraged for preschool and kids ministry.
On Wednesdays, the following ministries will be meeting:
Preschool kids will participate in age appropriate activities including Bibles stories, fun games and crafts. Click here to register your child.
Kids will experience a mix of worship, high energy games and Bible study using the Gospel Project. Click here to register your child.
Students will meet in community groups for discussion, a time of worship and a short message. Middle school students will check in at the MS Theater and high school students will check in at the Loft.
Beginning at 6:30 PM, adults will be in the Worship Center for a time of worship with the band, a message from Pastor Josh and a time of prayer together.
When we will regather?
We will regather for worship services on our church campus starting Sunday, July 5. Governor Brian Kemp has advised that groups of more than 50 can meet as long as social distancing measures are in place. We will ask attendees to register online for the service of their choice so we can better assure groups/individuals sit six feet apart.
We will block off every other row in the worship center. After the first service, we will move the cordon to block off the alternate every other row so people sit in different rows in each service. Families and willing groups may sit together, but we ask that people who are not together leave three empty seats on either side of themselves or their group.
Families and groups who gather regularly with each other may sit together.
We welcome all people but encourage the elderly and people with underlying health conditions to please stay home and enjoy our weekly livestream at www.pabc.org/live. Please make health decisions that are best for you and your family.
Will we immediately return to our regular schedule?
We will begin with Sunday Morning worship services and preschool childcare ONLY. Adult Community Groups will continue to meet on Zoom. On Sundays, we plan to maintain our two worship services at the following traditional times:
We will offer overflow seating in Rooms 1118/1119/1121 on the main hall, where we will project the live service onto screens for people who don’t know about registration and are walk-ins. The same physical distancing requirements will be in place there.
We will shorten services to approximately 50 to 55 minutes to allow time for sanitization of surfaces and restrooms, and to allow time for worshippers to return home for Community Group meetings via Zoom. Some Community Groups may need to adjust class schedules to allow for travel time to and from the church campus.
Will there be childcare?
Childcare is available only for bed babies through K4. Parents who wish to use preschool childcare must register in advance at www.pabc.org/rsvp. Registrations must be made no later than 5 p.m. on the Friday before Sunday service. We will clean restrooms after each child’s visit, and we will use a separate set of toys in each room during each service hour. We also will clean and sanitize all rooms and toys before the following week’s services.
What are the social distancing guidelines?
With no elementary or student programming on campus, we ask families to stay together. It is best to seat your children with you and not allow them to sit separately with friends.
We will observe social distancing guidelines, spreading families and individuals apart with at least three empty seats between families/groups. In order to assure safety in sitting together, please wait outside before coming in to be seated if your entire family has not arrived. After the service, ushers will dismiss row by row, back to front.
Are masks required?
Masks are optional for all people but our staff, who will wear them for at least a few weeks as we monitor Covid-19 developments. A limited number of masks are available at each entrance if you do not have your own.
What precautions can people take when they come to Prince?
We encourage everyone to take certain steps to protect themselves and others from the Coronavirus, flu, and other illnesses, including:
How will Community Groups fit into the new schedule?
Community Groups will remain online via Zoom for the time being. Community Group leaders will decide their class schedule based on needs of the class. If you would like to join a Community Group, email Community Pastor Scott Moody at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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