What’s ahead for NewSpring
Sunday gatherings are happening at home and on campuses starting Sunday, Aug. 23.
If you choose to join us in-person, you’ll notice some changes designed to help everyone stay healthy.
- Masks will be required for everyone 2 and older, and we’ll be social distancing in the auditorium.
- Sunday mornings will be a family gathering. We’re encouraging households to stay together while at church to limit the potential spread of coronavirus. That means we won’t open KidSpring or Fuse just yet.
KidSpring and Fuse will continue to meet online. And if NewSpring at Home has been a win for your family during the pandemic, we hope you’ll keep tuning in! The service will be streamed live at 9:15am and available on-demand for the rest of the day.
What steps are we taking to prevent the spread of coronavirus?
We’ll scale back the number of spaces that are open to limit the potential spread of coronavirus. We’ll also disinfect the auditorium before and after every gathering.
We use EPA-recommended solutions to disinfect against the coronavirus. We chemically fog the auditorium between gatherings and wipe down frequently touched surfaces throughout the day.
Get involved in the community
- If you know someone who is fighting COVID-19 or who works in healthcare, education, or law enforcement, let them know you care. Deliver a personalized care package designed with your friend, loved one, or coworker in mind.
- Many campuses are serving their communities throughout the week. Contact your campus staff to find out how you can show visible love to people in your community.
What about Rally?
Rally will meet in homes in September! If you’re a young adult between the ages of 18 and 25, sign up for a Rally House and be part of the gatherings and groups happening every week.