The following statement is an update of our current Covid-19 Protocols regarding in-person worship at Second Calvary Baptist Church. Currently, there are no plans to suspend, postpone, or cancel in-person worship services at Second Calvary Baptist Church. Your safety is our highest concern and we will continue to reiterate CDC and VDH Guidelines for your safety.

We recognize that the pandemic is continuing to inflict untold hardship on many families. Second Calvary Baptist Church continues to follow CDC Covid-19 Guidelines for in-person gatherings.

1. Masks are required to be worn at all times during the worship service. Please do not wear cloth masks because they provide limited protection for you or those around you. We strongly recommend that you wear the KN95, Surgical Masks or N-95 masks at all times in Second Calvary Baptist Church. We recommend these masks be worn in all public places.

2. Proof of vaccination is still a requirement for attendance for in-person worship services. Please practice social distancing in
the sanctuary, where possible.

3. We recommend that all members get a Covid-19 booster vaccination.

4. If you or someone in your immediate family or circle of friends has Covid-19 like symptoms, we recommend that you get tested to ensure you are not Covid positive. If you need a Covid-19 test contact Elder Sheryl Smalls (757-647-0623or at Services@secondcalvary.org. She will assist you and help you contact a medical professional who runs a Covid-19 Testing
Service. Also, check with your local pharmacy or Peoples’ Pharmacy to secure a test.

5. Persons who have traveled over the Christmas and New Year’s Holidays are strongly recommended to be tested for
Covid-19 prior to returning to in-person worship.

6. At the conclusion of the worship service please follow the directions of the Ushers and Greeters. We strongly recommend that you not congregate in the sanctuary and that you greet others outside the building.

7. If you are immunocompromised, please do not attend in-person worship services until the threat of the omicron variant has waned. 

8. If you are experiencing any symptoms or have been exposed to Covid-19, please do not attend in-person worship services 

Thanks, Stay Safe and God bless.
Pastor Guns