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Health & Safety

Crossroads’ Communicable Disease Safety Plan

In response to the recent publication of the report of the BC Centre for Disease Control (outlined in this CBC article), the Policy Board has revised our “Communicable Disease Safety Plan” with several new changes. Thank you for your flexibility, understanding, and faithfulness as we navigate ongoing changes.

What has changed at Crossroads?

  • Masking is now optional inside the building, except during worship and when singing
  • Sunday morning children’s programming has returned to the Library
  • Meetings will take place either in-person or online via Zoom as each group is comfortable
  • Coffee hour following Sunday worship and receptions following memorial services will now take place inside the Multi-Purpose Hall

What has not changed?

  • Hybrid worship continues
  • If you have symptoms of a communicable disease, please stay home and participate virtually
  • Everyone is encouraged to continue using the layers of protection (maintaining distance, hand hygiene and masking where appropriate) when inside at Crossroads
  • Our custodial staff continues with daily sanitizing of frequently-touched surfaces
  • Our building ventilation continues to renew the air flow

What are the Ongoing COVID Safety Practices at Crossroads?

  • Mask up for worship and singing, with masks optional at other times
  • a three layer non-woven mask, with an optional cloth mask on top to improve fit, has been recommended by Dr. Bonnie Henry to combat Omicron
  • Hand hygiene to stop the spread of communicable disease
  • Cleaning and sanitizing of surfaces
  • Building ventilation
  • Stay home policy for anyone with symptoms of a communicable disease
  • Encouragement for everyone to get vaccinated

Crossroads’ Communicable Disease Safety Plan

Our Communicable Disease Safety Plan is reviewed regularly by our Policy Board. We remain ready to pivot should future Public Health orders or transmission rates necessitate. To view the complete document, please click on the link below.

Crossroads’ Communicable Disease Safety Plan 5.PDF

Crossroads United Church continues to hold the health and safety of staff, volunteers and congregants top of mind.