Physical Distancing Practices

We are excited to be transitioning back into a season that includes worshiping together, in person, at Beautiful Savior.

Because we are limited to 50 people or less at a time, we will have two worship services: 8:00 and 10:30 a.m. Please RSVP by Thursday of each week to let us know which service you will be attending.

Click Here to RSVP

Please Note

  • Those in the HIGH RISK category should consider remaining home at this time.
  • Those who are exhibiting any SYMPTOMS (cough, flu-like symptoms, fever of 100.4 or above) or who are in the same household with someone who is exhibiting symptoms MUST remain home.
  • BSLC’s worship services will continue to be live streamed and recorded for those who remain at home.
  • BSLC’s Bible Class will also continue to be accessible with a Zoom Meeting for those who remain at home.

Attending Worship Under Phase 2 or 3

Excitement is growing as we look forward to our first in-person worship service. Due to the requirements set out by the State of Washington’s governor, it will look a little different.

  • 8:00 Worship (In-person and live streamed)
  • 9:15 Bible Fellowship (In-person and Zoomed)
  • 10:30 Worship (In-person and recorded on the website)

Here is what you can expect:

  • LIMITED CAPACITY. Under Phase 2 and 3 we are allowed no more than 50 people at each service.
  • RSVP for ATTENDANCE. Please let us know what worship service you are planning to attend. The BEST and most efficient way to RSVP is to click on the link below and fill out a simple google form. For those without electronic capability, please call the office and let us know. Thank you! Click Here to RSVP
  • MASKS. Please bring and wear your own mask while you are indoors. Masks will be provided at the door for those who don’t have one.
  • ENTERING THE BUILDING. The door will be open (or opened for your), so come on in.
  • PHYSICAL DISTANCING. Please try to keep a 6-10 foot physical distance from others at all times.
  • WORSHIP FOLDERS. These will be found on the pew where you sit, not in the hands of an usher.
  • SEATING. You will be seated. Ushers will seat people by family or household groups. Seating will be every other row, from front to back.
  • OFFERING. The offering plate will not be passed. Donations may be placed in the plate as we do during Advent and Lenten services.
  • GREETINGS. Verbal only with physical distance.
  • COMMUNION. Holy Communion will be served at both services.
  • DISTRIBUTION OF COMMUNION. Ushers will direct each family to come forward to receive Holy Communion in a processional manner (not by tables).
  • RECEIVING THE HOST. The pastor will be masked and gloved during communion distribution and will drop the wafer into the hands of communicants.
  • RECEIVING THE WINE. The communion assistant will be masked and gloved and set an individual cup on a table for the communicant to pick up. Communicants will then return to their seats.
    Here are some other things to consider:
  • RESTROOMS. Only 2 at a time. Physical distancing to be maintained if there is a waiting line.
  • SANITATION. A sanitation crew will sanitize the sanctuary, fellowship hall, and restrooms regularly.
  • SUNDAY SCHOOL. We encourage you to meet at home as a family.
  • BIBLE CLASS. We will have Bible class with no more than 5 to a table in the Fellowship Hall. For those who choose to remain at home, we will also link up with them at 9:30 a.m. through Zoom.
  • SNACKS AND DRINKS. Food will not be served during Phase 2 or 3.