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Four Lakes church returns to in-person services


Last updated 6/12/2020 at 11:18am

Rhonda Madison

Four Lakes Community Church pastor Lucas Geiger delivers the sermon on Sunday, June 7, to parishioners in person for the first time since late March.

FOUR LAKES – Many churches across the region met in person on Sunday, including Four Lakes Community Church.

FLCC gathered together for the first time since the mandated coronavirus shut downs began. Pastor Lucas Geiger and the church board formulated a written mitigation plan that complies with government guidelines, including facemasks for all, hand sanitizer. removal of half the seats for six-foot social distancing and limiting inside attendance to 25 people.

Those who wished to refrain from the in-person service but still take part were accommodated by a broadcast of the service on an FM radio station so they could remain in their cars in the church's parking lot. The service was also put online for those who desired to stay at home.

Communications in advance and at the service asked everyone to refrain from handshakes and hugging and provided instructions on the usage and cleaning of the restrooms. Separate doors were assigned for entrance and exit.

The inconveniences of the new norm for worship did not dampen the gratitude and joy of meeting together again.


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