CHURCH COUNCIL LIFTS ALL PROTOCOLS
The Church Council has lifted the COVID-19 protocols that were
in place at First United Methodist Church, Grand Prairie.
-Reservations for Sunday mornings are no longer required.
-Blue tape will be removed, and worshipers may sit where they
-Masks are optional.
-Communion will be served at the communion rail.
-Groups may meet in the buildings (keep in mind Wesley Hall is
not available), and persons may eat at meetings.
Bishop Michael McKee of the North Texas Annual Conference of the
United Methodist Church has sent the following to the local churches:
“- Congregational singing is a vital part of worship in The United
Methodist Church. To that end, fully vaccinated individuals are now
allowed to sing during a service (mask wearing optional). Of course,
some fully vaccinated people will continue to be more comfortable
wearing masks, and those wishes should be respected.
- Recommendations for safe activities bring with them the caveat that
individuals must be fully vaccinated. Children and youth who do not
meet the current age requirements for receiving a vaccine do not fall
into that category. Therefore, I ask that unvaccinated children and youth
remain masked for the near future. We will continue to monitor the
situation closely and provide further information on this as conditions
8:30 Traditional | Baker Chapel | In-Person
9:30 Adult Sunday School | Zoom
9:45 Children's Sunday School | Zoom
11:00 Traditional | Sanctuary or Facebook
11:00 Ignite Worship | Baker Chapel or Facebook
11:00 Spanish Language Worship | Youth Building or Facebook