IN RESPONSE TO THE LATEST CDC GUIDELINES,
ALL WORSHIP SERVICES ARE NOW MASK OPTIONAL
As you may have already heard, the Centers for Disease Control updated their national safety guidelines regarding the spread of the Covid-19 virus. For those who have been fully vaccinated, wearing masks are no longer required indoors or outdoors in small or large gatherings. There are a few exceptions but none of which includes church services.
We are celebrating this important milestone in this next step to getting back to life as normal and Sugar Creek is choosing to follow the CDC guidelines and make all worship services at every campus mask optional beginning this Sunday, May 16. Many other churches in our area have already chosen, or are now choosing, the same course of action.
If you have any COVID-19 symptoms please do not attend services in person at this time. If you have not yet been vaccinated, please consider continuing to wear a mask. Mask optional means you should feel totally free to continue to wear your mask if you feel safer doing so. However, masks are no longer required.
Please read this article from Time, click on link here, about these new changes.
(Our 11:00 service at Sugar Creek has already been mask optional for 6 weeks without incident.)