Thank you for taking the time to see how inMOTION has been addressing Covid-19 as a church. Listed below are our standard measures that we are taking. While these will be adjusted from time to time, these are the normal operating protocol. However, if there are any temporary changes, we will be listing them here along with the date and necessary recommendations.
When visiting our church campus, please consider the following:
* Hands Free Entry - All entrances/exits will remain open.
* Fever Free - Please do not attend if you suspect you may have a fever.
* Masks Requested - We encourage you to wear a mask if possible. Let us know if you need a mask.
* Social Distancing - Please keep a social distance of at least 6 feet, with the exception of your family or immediate party.
* Children’s Ministry - our kids ministries remain closed until further notice. However, we continue to offer ministry opportunities online.
* Bathrooms Are Closed - Our bathrooms are only available in an emergency situation.
* If necessary other protocols TBA.
Suspected Covid Case Steps
- While not mandated, inMOTION is committed to honoring the basic concepts in the HIPAA laws. As a result we will not mention the name of the person(s) who have tested positive for the virus unless specific permission is given.
- We will contact the person who has tested positive and request a list of people who they were around and exposed to while on campus. In addition, we will contact those people to inform them of the exposure.
- As a community, we request that you self monitor for symptoms.
- We also request that any person that has attended inMOTION and has tested positive for Covid-19 to please contact us so we can determine how much exposure may have occurred on campus.
- We also request any person that has tested for Covid-19 to consult with his or her physician to get a recommendation of when they can return to the inMOTION Church Campus.
- During this season, we ask you to act responsibly. If anyone has been exposed to someone else with Covid-19 or is currently symptomatic, we encourage him or her to self quarantine for the recommended 14 days if possible.
DUE DILIGENCE TO DATE
8/20/2020 Three family members of the same household were diagnosed with COVID-19 (no extreme symptoms), possible exposure on the Sunday before (8/16) and at a small group gathering (8/17). The individuals gave us a list of names, and everyone (to our knowledge) potentially exposed were contacted and encouraged to self monitor for potential symptoms. Environments were disinfected with virucide cleaning agents.
8/26/2020 One person from the small group on 8/17 was diagnosed with COVID. While we can not confirm that the virus was transferred on campus, we have taken appropriate measures. The individual gave us a list of names, and everyone (to our knowledge) potentially exposed were contacted and encouraged to self monitor for potential symptoms. In addition, the small group from 8/17 has been temporarily closed for a minimum of three weeks. There has been no signs of transference from this individual.