The Re-Opening Plan

in-person worship this Sunday

For those who wish to return to in-person worship, we invite you to do so this Sunday.  Online worship will continue to be offered each Sunday, so please join us in whichever format feels appropriate to you.

Updated Guidelines as of August 22, 2021

Our hope is that all will get vaccinated for the benefit of the entire community. If not vaccinated, we hope you will wear a mask. Masks are optional for those who are vaccinated. If you are sick, please stay home. We ask that you observe social distancing and hand-washing, and just generally care for one another. And if you need to be at home or are traveling, please enjoy our services online through our various platforms.

Pastor's Class Meets on Sundays at 9:45 and 11:15a

This class is perfect for visitors as well as seasoned members. Pastors or those with seminary training lead the class each week; this fall, they are studying Sent By Love. Learn more at pastorsclass.mdpc.org.

Children's Ministries

For your children's safety, staff and teachers working with kids 12 and under will be masked. 

Adult Sunday School & Small Groups

Most Sunday School and weekly programs are meeting on campus, while some are hybrid. For information on specific classes, please email the ministry contact for updated information (Annette Erickson for Caring Ministries, Kami Vaughn for Equipping and Relationships Ministries).

Who Should Stay Home?

If you have been in contact with infected persons, or have experienced symptoms that may be COVID-19 related, or are medically vulnerable due to underlying health issues, please stay safely at home and continue to worship online. These include:

  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Chills
  • Muscle pain
  • Headache
  • Sore throat
  • Loss of taste or smell
  • Intestinal issues
  • Fever 100.0 degrees or higher
  • Known close contact with a person who is confirmed to have COVID-19
Your Cooperation Is Appreciated

MDPC is committed to the safety of our congregation and staff, and will strive to follow best practices while guests are on our campus.