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* Lloydminster will be meeting online only for June 6th.
Dear MyVictory Church,
In this season, we’re asking for an abundance of grace and understanding as people navigate the complexities of Covid-19.
As always we are working hard to offer multiple opportunities to participate in our services in order to accommodate the varying circumstances of the individuals and campuses who make up MyVictory.
Please know that however you choose to worship with us in the coming months, the MyVictory team is thankful for you and praying for you. Regardless of what your Sunday morning looks like over the next few weeks, we’re going to continue to grow closer to Jesus together and love others well.
All campuses are currently open and hosting live in person services. Please note: some campuses may have modified kids church programs.
Sunday services are streamed for those who are uncomfortable or unable to gather at our facilities or in homes with others. Live services will be streamed Sundays at 9:30am and 11:15am. Please visit https://myvictory.online/.
Throughout this season we are adhering to Alberta’s guidelines for mass gatherings and worship facilities. While these restrictions may change at any moment, here is what you can expect when arriving at a MyVictory campus:
Attendees are asked to register online for the service they plan to attend. This will ensure that we remain at 15% of our normal fire code allowances and prevent us from having to turn people away at the door in the event we have reached our seating capacity. This will also be used as a point of contact in the event of a COVID-19 outbreak.
Attendees will be seated in every other row with three chairs of separation between households. Following the service, guests will be dismissed row by row and in a manner that avoids cross traffic.
Following the recent Alberta Provincial Health Guidelines, masks are now mandatory in all of our services. This is now being reenforced with fines so we are asking for everyone’s cooperation. We don’t want to have anyone stay home, but if you do not want to wear a mask, or cannot due to medical reasons (until we hear of any exceptions), we ask that you watch our services online on Facebook, Youtube, or on our website. Attendees will be provided with a mask if they do not have one.
We will minimize touchpoints as much as possible, including propping open doors where applicable. Surfaces such as door handles and chairs will be sanitized before and after every service. Access to rooms within the building will be limited to only necessary personnel. Hand sanitizer will be available for use throughout the facility.
We will encourage those who plan to attend to take the self-assessment (available on the Alberta website and linked to registration form) if they are experiencing any symptoms. Anyone exhibiting symptoms will be asked to return home and watch online.
If you have any questions not answered by these guidelines please contact us at [email protected].