INFO ON COVID-19 & RESUMING INDOOR SERVICES
Outdoor Service Info:
During these weekly outdoor services we will encourage one another, worship together, hear truth, and enjoy fellowship together.
Due to restriction in place by executive orders, we are limiting the number of attendees to 100 . Please signup in advance.
Please send Pastor Patrick an email if you plan on coming to Sunday service at the Newaygo campus.
When will Trinity Fellowship | Newaygo Campus be re-engaging in in person services?
We are enjoying meeting in person right now! Currently, outdoor gatherings of 100 folk are allowed, so we have been meeting outdoors since June 14. The Sunday service is at 9:30 am at Trinity Fellowship | Newaygo Campus.
What will Outdoor Services look like?
Our goal right now in this season is to create a Simple, Safe, and Significant worship experience for all ages. Pastor Patrick will be preaching, we will have simplified LIVE worship, prayer, and fellowship. Services are not expected to last much more than 1 hour.
Where do I go when I arrive at Newaygo Campus?
The “stage” will be set up in the shade near the wood line on the east side of the property when it’s sunny, and it will be set up at the main entryway if it seems like it might rain. Either way, you should be able to find us easy enough when you enter the parking lot.
Where do we sit?
We ask that you bring your own camp-chair, blanket, umbrella for shade, pop-up tent, etc. If you don’t have a chair, don’t worry. We have extras!
What happens if it rains?
We have a small FM transmitter system, so if it rains, the outdoor service will become an outdoor “drive in” service and we can worship together from our vehicles. Just tune in to 89.1 FM.
Do I have to wear a mask and what about social distancing?
Because this is an outdoor setting, masks are welcomed but not mandatory. We will be practicing social distancing by encouraging households to give space some space between each other. We are all excited to give handshakes, hugs and see each other, but please practice your fake high fives and air hugs a little longer!
Will Restrooms be Open?
Restrooms will be open in the building. However, we encourage everyone to use the restroom before or after coming to church to limit the number of people using a shared space and to limit the cleaning that needs to happen after services.
Can I come if I’m one of the “vulnerable” (age of 60 or Immune Compromised)?
We love you and want to provide a safe, caring and empowering environment for you. Please know you are welcome, but your attendance in person is not expected. Please pray and do what is comfortable and wise for you and your family. Services will still be provided online and via DVD, just as they have been throughout the pandemic, so you won’t be left out.
Will there be nursery or Trinity Kids Ministry?
For everyone’s safety, we will not be opening our Trinity Kids Ministry quite yet. We hope to open up on September 13. Until then, children are welcome in our services with their parents and grandparents. Pastor Patrick will seek to engage all ages (including his own young children!) in the service during the message, prayers, singing, and sharing. There will be plenty of space to walk around if your child is not able to sit still, and we do have side-walk chalk for the kids to use in the parking lot. Parents can bring strollers, books, coloring books, snacks, and whatever else their children need (similar to going to the park, an outdoor concert, or the beach). It’s a simple setting, and we welcome the children!
What if I’m sick or think I might be sick?
We ask that you please “self-screen” before coming. If you’re sick, or think you might be sick, please stay home and engage in our online services at trinityinfo.org.
Will there be Coffee and Cookies?
We will not be serving coffee and cookies quite yet, so please bring your own coffee with you. We hope to start serving these refreshments again on September 13.