GUIDELINES FOR WORSHIP - STARTING MAY 31, 2020
A Safe Return to King of Glory Worship
As we return to Worship Services at King of Glory, some changes will be made to try and keep everyone as safe as possible.
 
1.) We will be taking everyone’s temperature on their foreheads. If your temperature reading is over 100 degrees Fahrenheit, we will take another reading to verify. If it is still high, we will ask you to return home, out of concern for you and others.
2.) We ask that when you come to church, bring a mask that will cover your nose and mouth. If you do not have one, we will provide a disposable mask for you to wear. We ask everyone to wear a mask during the worship service to protect yourself, but also the other worshipers.
3.) Hand sanitizer will be available if you wish to clean your hands.
4.)Disposable latex gloves will also be available.
5.) In order to satisfy a safe distance from one another, we will have each family or individual sit in every other row.
6.) We ask when using the restrooms to only have one person or one family using it at a time.
7.) Some rooms will be closed in the church to minimize going in areas of the building.
8.) Before and after service we ask that you not visit with others in the narthex. If you wish to visit (from a safe distance) please consider going outside if weather permits.
9.) Offering plates will be set out for you to drop off your envelope before or after service.
10.) Upon dismissal by Pastor we will have everyone leave in an orderly fashion.
All of these guidelines are to help provide the safest environment possible and make you feel at ease as we come back to worship together our God.
Church Council
 
COME WORSHIP WITH US
 
 
 
 King of Glory offers 4 Divine Service settings found in the
Lutheran Service Book, LSB.
A different setting is used each week.
 
Sunday
8:15 AMInformal Worship
8:15 service has a contemporary approach with the music and structure.
 
            Communion is offered each Sunday during this service
 

10:30 AMDivine Worship
10:30 service has a traditional approach with the music and structure.
 
         Communion is offered the 1st and 3rd Sunday during this service.