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COVID-19

COVID-19 and Construction Update with Guidelines for Gathering

May 20, 2021

 

In addition to navigating how to safely connect during the COVID-19 pandemic, New Day is still in the process of renovating a restaurant building to be our Office and Ministry Center. As we continue to make progress on the building, and we continue to monitor COVID-19 activity in Marathon County, New Day has a variety of ways for you to connect.

 

Online

 

In-Person Indoors and Outdoors (starting June 6, 2021)

 

Guidelines for Gathering Inside the Ministry Center

While we have put safety measures in place, like distanced seating and readily available hand sanitizer, we’re asking everyone to make wise and courteous decisions:

  • Please stay home and enjoy connecting online if you feel sick.

  • Wash your hands often and avoid touching your face.

  • While the Marathon County Dashboard says COVID-19 activity in our area is high, we appreciate you wearing a protective face covering over your nose and mouth when entering the Ministry Center. You may remove your mask while you are seated. When COVID-19 activities are lower according to the Marathon County Dashboard, masking will be at the discretion of each individual.

  • Keep yourself and kids away from construction areas where there are tools and supplies.

 

Guidelines for Gathering Outside the Ministry Center (starting June 6, 2021)

We will provide live sound and video of the Sunday teaching. The rest is up to you and your family and friends! 

  • Bring chairs or a blanket to sit on, snacks if you want them… whatever you might enjoy safely on the lawn between the Ministry Center and the Eau Claire river.

  • Please stay within New Day’s property. New Day’s fire pit is near the property line between us and our neighbors.

  • If you bring children, please keep a close eye on them. Our property has a river on one boundary and a county highway on another.

  • In case of inconvenient weather (like rain), please plan to shelter in your car. We are trying to limit and control occupancy inside the building.

  • In case of dangerous weather (like a possible tornado), shelter inside the building away from windows.