COVID-19 & Our Church Services

3rd April, 2021

Dear Church,

We thank the Lord for the lifting of lockdown restrictions this week by our state government, allowing us to resume regular services.

In addition to lifting of the lockdown, the state government has announced some other restrictions that will impact how we do church until the 15th April. Those restrictions require us to carry a mask on us at all times, and to wear a mask while at church/inside the church building/during services.  This requires our congregation to wear a mask even while we are singing, musicians (except while playing a wind instrument) – and singers on stage to wear a mask and only remove it while singing on stage. For further information on this please click here – https://www.qld.gov.au/health/conditions/health-alerts/coronavirus-covid-19/current-status/easing-greater-brisbane-restrictions

It is also important to mention, that the only reasons a person is exempt from wearing a mask are; if you are 12 years old and under, or if you have a medical exemption. It is our understanding that some of our congregation do have a medical exemption and we want to ensure we are welcoming and respectful to those who come to service without a mask due to these reasons.

Please continue to pray for the health and safety of our greater community and our church family at this time, and Lord-willing we will be back to mask free services in 2 weeks.

We will also keep you updated with any further information at our services and via our website.  Thanks again church for your patience, faithfulness and help in these uncertain times.

If you have any further questions please feel free to contact the church office or email us at info@baptist.com.au