Sunday Worship During COVID
Beginning October 11th, to prepare for colder weather, we will be moving a portion of the worship service indoors. We will meet behind the building for the start of the service, but at our usual break time, we will move inside for the sermon and communion.
In accordance with the requirements laid out by Governor Phil Scott’s office, we will comply with the following:
- Physical distancing between household/family units should be observed.
- Facial coverings are required.
A screener will ask for names and the presence of covid-19 symptoms, and communion elements will be available on separate plates for each household, to be picked up as you enter the building. Every other pew will be left empty to allow for social distancing. Unfortunately, we are not able to offer childcare, but several spaces will be set up to allow parents to care for their children, with audio for the service available through our wireless system. Parents are encouraged to bring their own toys to supplement what is available in those areas.
For those who are unable to join us, we will continue to send out a Guide for Home Worship. To access this Sunday’s guide, click here.
Since January 2018, we have been holding weekly Sunday morning worship services at 9:00 am at The Quechee Church (1905 Quechee Main Street, Quechee, VT).
Click here for a map and directions.
What Should I Expect?
Expect to hear God-centered, applicable Biblical messages, a vibrant mix of old and new Christ-centered music, and a friendly atmosphere.
Expect to find a diversity of people, young and old, married and single, families and young couples, committed believers and spiritual seekers all working to grow in their understanding of Christ and their service to others.
What Should I do with the kids?
We have a nursery available during the sermon for infants through children 5 years of age. Children over 5 years of age are welcome to participate in our Junior Church program during the sermon, and children are also welcome to sit with their parents during the service.
Where Should I park?
You will find parking directions on the map and directions page.
Is The Quechee Church handicap accessible?
Yes, the church is handicap accessible by a ramp leading up to the door on the right side of the building. Once inside, the sanctuary will be to your left.