February 17, 2022
At their regular meeting on Feb.16, the Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) voted to end the Public Health Rule requiring indoor face coverings effective Feb. 26. We, at CtK, will move to an optional masks policy.
It is our desire to be considerate of everyone as much as possible in dealing with the coronavirus. We want to proceed with wisdom and love. Here are some of the practical applications of what that looks like.
- Be kind and understanding towards someone wearing a mask if you choose not to wear a mask.
- Be kind and understanding towards someone not wearing a mask if you choose to wear one.
- Be patient and accommodating even with someone who would prefer differently from you.
- If you feel sick, stay home and worship online.
- Continue to use the sanitizer stations.
We want to be hospitable to those desiring to worship in person and want more protection in being around those who are wearing a mask while they worship. There will be a “masks only area” in the last 3 rows on the left as you enter the worship center. It will be well marked.
“If at all possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone.” (Romans 12:18)