March 13, 2020
Dear Calvary Family,
Earlier this week we released a full statement on Coronavirus. You can view that statement here. We hope you found the information helpful and encouraging!
Things are changing rapidly and we want to keep you informed. As of the date of this email, we will continue to meet on our normal schedule. However, please check your email and our Facebook regularly to stay up-to-date.
You will find below helpful links to keep you informed. Also please note the special statement from Chris Watson and our Calvary Kids Ministry. If you feel uncomfortable attending, the links below will keep you from missing out on anything we do each week.
If you have any questions, you can reach us at email@example.com
Please continue to pray and remember that "God gave us a spirit not of fear but of power and love and self-control" (2 Tim. 1:7).
Pastor Kenny Grant
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Calvary Kids Update
Steps We Are Taking to Prevent the Spread of Viruses:
We care about your kids and want to keep them safe. Given the heightened awareness of viruses during this season, we ask that you please partner with us to prevent the spread of illnesses. All volunteers, parents, and children should stay home for 14 days if they have been exposed to a person with the coronavirus, the flu, or any other communicable disease or have recently traveled to a CDC Level 2 or 3 country.
You may have questions about what we’re doing to ensure our environment is clean and safe for your family. We want to inform you of the steps we take every week to prevent the spread of viruses in our environments.
Volunteers follow hand-washing procedures and children are instructed to wash their hands after using the bathroom and before eating. Volunteers follow posted safe and sanitary diaper-changing procedures. Volunteers and children use hand sanitizer in all classrooms. Volunteers disinfect the classrooms and all surfaces after each service. Staff remove children from the classroom when they appear to be sick and parents are paged to pick them up.
We ask that you not bring your child to church if they exhibit any of the following symptoms:
- Fever (during this season, must be fever-free for seven days)
- Vomiting or diarrhea (must be symptom-free for 24 hours)
- Common cold from onset through one week
- Respiratory infection
- Sore throat or strep throat
- Cloudy or green runny nose
- Persistent cough
- Body aches
- Infectious or unexplained rash
- Pinkeye or other eye infection (must be on medication a minimum of 24 hours)
- Any childhood disease (e.g., scarlet fever, German measles, mumps, chickenpox)
Thank you for helping us maintain safe environments for children to learn and grow in their faith.