COVID-19 Update

Updates in regard to our church gatherings and operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Masks Required For All Indoor Public Spaces

Effective Friday, September 17, 2021 an interim province-wide mandatory masking order has been implemented for all indoor public spaces.

In respect of this health measure, masks will be required to be worn if you attend the in-person worship gathering or other meetings in the building that are subject to this order.

A limited supply of masks is available at the church building.

More Info: Public Measures – COVID-19 (Government of Saskatchewan)

COVID-19 & Church Gatherings

As of Sunday, July 11th, all public health orders related to COVID-19 are rescinded in the province. This includes the requirement for masks in indoor public places and limits on events and gathering sizes.

  • Some may want to or need to continue wearing masks and maintain physical distancing at church gatherings.
  • Please respect those who may refrain from or decline embraces or handshakes.
  • Hand sanitizer and extra masks are still available at the church building.
  • Practice proper cough and sneezing etiquette (into the bend of your elbow).
  • Stay home and do not come to church if you are experiencing fever, cough, shortness of breath, and breathing difficulties.

More Info: Living With COVID-19 (Government of Saskatchewan)

Worship Gatherings (05/27/21 Update)

Effective May 30, 2021, the total number of people participating in all worship services in Saskatchewan cannot exceed 30 per cent of seating capacity or 150 people, whichever is less. These guidelines apply to all worship services, including celebrations of life, weddings and outdoor ceremonies. Seating (or designated worship space) must be arranged so that physical distancing can be observed at all times.

Everyone in attendance at a place of worship must wear a mask except clergy members or religious leaders who are leading a service or ceremony while speaking from a podium, lectern, platform, stage, desk or other standing or seating area dedicated to speaking.

For the purposes of contact tracing, places of worship are required to collect and maintain a list of people that are present within their facilities for any purposes. Lists must be maintained confidentially by the place of worship and destroyed after 30 days.

Source: Places of Worship Guidelines (Government of Saskatchewan)

Worship Gatherings – 04/13/21 Update

Due to the increasing number of COVID cases, effective Friday, April 16th, in-person worship gatherings in Saskatchewan cannot exceed 30 people (excluding officiants and staff).  Physical distancing, wearing of face masks, and other required COVID-19 protocols must also be followed.

“Non-ceremonial” gatherings continue to be limited to 30 people.

Worship Gatherings (03/21 Update)

In-Person Worship Capacity Increased

The Premier’s announcement on Tuesday (March 9, 2021) in regard to places of worship returns things to where they were prior to November 27th of last year.

Effective Friday, March 19th, we will be again permitted to have up to 30% of our auditorium’s seating capacity subject to the required physical distancing, wearing of masks, and other COVID-19 protocols. This gives us a slightly increased capacity for those attending in-person worship. We are also permitted to have a Children’s Time every Sunday during the sermon (included in the capacity limit).

The Zoom simulcast will continue to be available.

“Non-ceremonial” gatherings are still limited to 30 people.

Further Info: Government of Saskatchewan: Places of Worship Guidelines