Health  and  safety

People need the fellowship of other Christians, and we all want to gather and worship with confidence.  We have your safety and health in mind.

Helping you feel safe and secure

We want your focus to be on Christ, fellowship, worship, nurture and service.  So, we’ve taken several practical steps to help ensure you and your family feel comfortable and safe at Willow View.

    Greeters will welcome you for Sunday worship services and for Sunday school or the Adult Discipleship Community meeting hour.
    Please ask a “greeter”  — they will be identified with Willow View nametags — if you have questions or need directions.  Hey, it’s their job to help you!  They also can help with any unexpected emergencies.
    Church information materials (along with coffee and donuts!) are at the welcome table in the lobby, and a nearby greeter can answer questions.
    We  react to community conditions with appropriate (and changing) health precautions. Masks are available inside the front doors for use if desired. Hand sanitizer is readily available at stations throughout the church building. When appropriate, the worship center pews may be marked for every-other-row seating to allow social distancing. Anti-viral room spray and more restrictive protocols have been implemented at times when community health conditions merit. Please call and ask if you have specific concerns.
    Worship services are online for those who cannot attend in person.

    Professional child care is provided in the nursery during Sunday morning worship services and some midweek activities. Children are signed in/out and cared for in two age-appropriate nursery rooms with an adjacent restroom.
    A “family room” gives space for a nursing mother or parent of an especially restless or noisy child to see and participate in worship in the privacy of a closed-off room at the back of the worship center.