Hello Friends and Followers of TCBC,
It was confirmed during Thursday night’s meeting of the TCBC re-opening committee that the church will be opening its doors for in-person worship service starting Sunday, March 6.
We are so excited to be able to open our doors to those wishing to join us in-person Sunday mornings for worship. For those who joined us between the months of September to December, procedures will be pretty much the same. For those new to us and who are considering whether to join us, here is what a Sunday is like:
- We meet at St. George by the Grange, corner of John St. and Stephanie St. There is free parking all Sunday in the back parking lot, and parking is also free on city streets (all regular “Green P” parking spots) up to 1pm.
- We start promptly at 10am to be in sync with our livestream viewers and the service is about 1 hour long.
- Before or after the service, you can seek available ministers if you have a need for prayer.
- All rooms, including washrooms, are fully accessible.
- Face masks are required while indoors.
- Proof of Vaccination (PoV) will continue to be required to join our Sunday service in-person.
- There are no capacity limits because we have the PoV requirement. We will be using chairs and you will be allowed to move and arrange them in groups for your family and household.
- We ask that you do your own self-screening. If you have COVID-19 symptoms or have come into contact with a person who has shown to be COVID-19 positive, please join us on-line instead of coming in-person.
For the final 2 Sundays in February we will be bringing our Sunday teaching series on Friendship to a close. Our link for this Sunday:
Starting in March we will begin a series of teaching on the Lord’s Prayer as we look towards Easter. We are cleared to have baptisms in the church so if you are considering baptism as a profession of your Christian faith please contact me directly.
We have both on-line and in-person activities. Here’s the link for easy access: what’s happening.
Thanks again for following and supporting the English ministry at TCBC.
Pastor Nolan Lee