COVID Safety Information

Safety Measures

Even as progress in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic continues, we're still doing our best to offer a safe worship experience at all of our campuses. Each facility gets a thorough cleaning between services and events, we've upgraded to HEPA air filtration systems and hands-free restroom facilities at all campuses, and we've provided hand sanitizer stations throughout all of our buildings' public spaces for easy access. 

As an expression of care for our entire congregation, we are strongly recommending that people wear masks indoors at all our Grace Chapel locations, regardless of vaccination status.  The elders and staff, in consultation with our GC medical advisors, are taking this precaution based on the current community transmission rates of the Delta variant in the counties that make up our congregation.   Grace Chapel staff will be wearing masks indoors, and we will continue to require masks for all children, parents, and volunteers in our NextGen spaces. 

We're all in this together! So please take note of the following guidelines before you attend one of our services:

  • If you or anyone in your party has any symptoms associated with COVID-19, please join us online instead.
  • If you or anyone in your party has had prolonged exposure to anyone who's tested positive for COVID-19, please join us online instead.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to wear a mask?

Masks are strongly recommended at all our Grace Chapel locations, regardless of vaccination status.  The elders and staff, in consultation with our GC medical advisors, are taking this precaution based on the current community transmission rates of the Delta variant in the counties that make up our congregation.

Please note, some of our local towns have mandatory mask orders in place. Please consult your local campus page for further details (links below).

Will Grace Chapel Staff be wearing masks?

Grace Chapel staff will be wearing masks indoors, and we will continue to require masks for all children, parents, and volunteers in our Kidstown spaces. 

Do children have to wear a mask?

Mask-wearing for children attending services, many of whom are not yet eligible for a vaccination, will be determined by their parents. We continue to require masks for all children, parents, and volunteers in our NextGen spaces.

Do you require social distancing?

We no longer require socially distant seating, and you will be able to enter and exit our buildings freely. But to accommodate those preferring some social distance please ask politely if neighboring seats are available (we anticipate having plenty of extra room for all attendees).

Does Grace Chapel have a contact tracing procedure in place?

Yes, Grace Chapel has procedures in place for contact tracing, both within our staff and volunteers and for attendees. If you have tested positive for COVID-19 and have recently attended an event or service at one of our buildings, please contact  and one of our dedicated staff members will reach out to you to perform the necessary steps for contact tracing.

Visit your campus page for more information

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Questions or Concerns?

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out and a member of our staff will respond as soon as possible.

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