Lifepoint church's RESPONSE to new mask mandated

Revised as of 10/31/2022

REVISED AS OF 10/31/2022! 

Lifepoint Family and Friends, 

On October 31st,  2022, Governor Jay Inslee lifted the state of emergency  we have had since March 2020, and as you remember in March 2022 he lift the mask mandate indoors. 

In all we still our not of the woods yet, since we are still in pandemic and COVID cases are still prevalent. As a Guideboard and leadership team we  have decided to continue requiring masks in service until further notice. 

Our LifePoint mask requirement will remain in effect until further notice at this time through the Fall and Winter season. This decision will allow time to for us to get through this season where we have a mix of cold, flu and respiratory challenges that come with the fall and winter season. 

As a reminder, if you are experiencing a cough, sore throat, or fever, stay. I urge you to stay home and worship with us online.

Maintain social distance-giving space between your family and other families in seating and avoid congregating in the lobby but rather meet outside.

Practice good hygiene, washing your hands and using sanitizer when you arrive and as appropriate, 

Because of Jesus,

Rev. Roderick C. Booker, MATC
Senior Pastor, Lifepoint Church

2022 Church Theme: “A Church acting and believing in God to do the impossible” -Ephesians 3:20