REGATHERING

We are excited to have reopened for in-person gatherings at both our Hartland location and Grand Blanc location. We know for some of you, you are more than excited our doors are open. For others, it may still be too soon. We understand that and continue to ask all of our Grumlaw Family to have a judgment-free zone, and to not demonize our differences! If you don’t feel comfortable attending in person or are at high risk, don’t worry, our online services aren’t going anywhere! Check out Grumlaw Online at grumlaw.com/live

masks

Masks are strongly recommended for all guests to wear from arrival until seated in the auditorium. We have Grumlaw masks available for purchase, and if you do happen to forget yours, we will have disposable ones available.

grumlaw kids

In order to ensure the safety of our kids, parents, and volunteers, parents checking in their kids must do so at a contactless volunteer check-in station, in lieu of doing self-check-in. Children will be escorted by a Grumlaw Kids volunteer to their designated room after check-in in order to reduce the amount of contact in the kid’s areas.

Children ages three and up must wear masks while in the shared children’s hallways as well as their age designated rooms. Grumlaw Kids volunteers are required to mask at all times unless actively teaching from a stage at a distance greater than 6 feet from children.

Children’s toys will not be shared from the first to the second service. Instead, each service will have designated bins with sanitized toys.

hand sanitizer

Hand sanitizer stations will be positioned all throughout the building. Volunteers, staff, and team leads will be encouraged to sanitize regularly throughout the morning and attendees are welcome to sanitize as they enter the building.

seating

Ushers will be seating each family and individual in the auditorium and work to maintain social distancing. Rows are designated as closed/ open based on safe social distancing between parties. 

symptoms

We ask that you refrain from attending our gatherings if you have been sick or shown symptoms of being sick over the last two weeks. In accordance with CDC guidelines, we also ask that you respect the health of others by staying home if you have been in contact with someone who has tested COVID positive.

sanitizing

Per normal, our building will be regularly cleaned and maintained. Grumlaw staff will be regularly wiping down surfaces in Grumlaw Kids and other high-touch areas with greater frequency.

touch-free experience

We are aiming to create a touch-free experience and have created safe, low contact alternatives for generosity, communion and Grumlaw Kids check-in. In order to also minimize touch-points, our tour guides will be sure to hold the door for you on Sunday mornings!

masks

In compliance with Holiday Inn policies and procedures, masks will be required for adults and kids ages 5 and up. Once seated in the auditorium masks may be taken off. We will also have Grumlaw masks available for purchase, and if you do happen to forget your mask, we will have disposable ones available!

grumlaw kids

In order to ensure the safety of our kids, parents, and volunteers, parents checking in their kids must do so at a contactless volunteer check-in station, in lieu of doing self-check-in.

In our common areas children must wear masks if over the age of 5. Children over the age of five are strongly recommended to continue wearing their masks while in their age designated room. Grumlaw Kids volunteers are required to mask at all times unless actively teaching from the stage at a distance greater than 6 feet from children.

Children’s toys will not be shared from the first to the second service. Instead, each service will have designated bins with sanitized toys.

hand sanitizer

Per Holiday Inn protocol, hand sanitizer stations will be positioned all throughout the building. Volunteers, staff, and team leads will be encouraged to sanitize regularly throughout the morning and attendees are welcome to sanitize as they enter the building.

seating

Ushers will be seating each family and individual in the auditorium and will work to maintain social distancing. 

symptoms

We ask that you refrain from attending our gatherings if you have been sick or shown symptoms of being sick over the last two weeks. in accordance with CDC guidelines, we also ask that you respect the health of others by staying home if you have been in contact with someone who has tested COVID positive.

sanitizing

Holiday Inn staff will ensure the seats and auditorium space is regularly sanitized and Grumlaw Staff will be regularly wiping down surfaces in Grumlaw Kids and other high-touch areas.

touch-free experience

We are aiming to create a touch-free experience and have created safe, low contact alternatives for generosity, communion and Grumlaw Kids check-in. In order to also minimize touch-points, our tour guides will be sure to hold the door for you on Sunday mornings!

In the midst of an unpredictable season, we are so thankful to get to be together again!

for more questions related to regathering please contact us

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