Dapto Uniting Church COVID Safe Plan
Please be aware that due to Government requirements we all need to take heed of the following messages:
- Please do not attend church services, weddings, funerals or other gatherings in person if you are feeling unwell or think you may have any COVID-19 symptoms. Such symptoms include fever, cough, sore or scratchy throat, shortness of breath, loss of smell or taste.
- Please be sure to give your current contact details to the Attendance Keeper every time you attend church. Preferably, use the QR code displayed near the entrance to the Church, using the Service NSW App on your mobile phone and show the Attendance Keeper to confirm you have checked in. If you don't have a suitable mobile phone, please give your details to the Attendance Keeper for recording. Even if you enter the church by a different door, you must go to the front door to show the Attendance Keeper you have checked in or give your details for recording.
- After checking in, you may go to the Hall to watch the service if you wish.
- Mask wearing is mandatory for everyone over the age of 12 years while indoors, unless exempt.
- We ask the Congregation not to participate in singing for the time being.
- Please be kind and always remain at least 1.5 metres away from others when on the church premises.
- Please always use hand sanitiser on entry to the church and practice good hand and respiratory hygiene.
- Windows and doors should be left open for natural ventilation as much as possible, even if using fans or air-conditioning.
- Morning Tea will not be served until 12 December 2021.
- We ask you to leave the building promptly after the service, and not hang around for long in groups.
- Please do not feel that you must come to church. Each individual must make their own mind up on whether it is safe for them to return to gathering.
- There will be no judgement upon anyone, regardless of whether they return for the time being or not.
Thank you for your understanding and attention to these matters. We pray every blessing for each congregant during these times, those coming to church and those staying home.