Updated: Saturday, August 27, 2021
As we continue monitoring the situation, we desire to provide a measured response that continues to provide in-person community and also acknowledges the legitimate health concerns COVID-19 presents. We believe it is possible to accomplish both by being wise with our in-person interactions.
Southbridge's leadership will continue to review local and state health recommendations as it relates to COVID-19. Below are some key FAQs to help guide your in-person experience.
Does Southbridge offer in-person services?
Yes, Southbridge offers in-person services each Sunday at 9 + 11 AM.
Does Southbridge stream services live online?
Are masks required?
We do not require masks; however, we encourage you to wear one while in close conversation with others outside of your family.
Should I stay home if I'm sick?
Yes, if you or someone you live with is experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, please stay home and watch our services live online through Facebook or YouTube. While we prefer you attend in person, we want to take reasonable steps to help reduce the spread of the virus.
Do I need to register to attend a service?
No, registration is not required to attend a service.
Do you offer programming for kids and students on Sunday mornings?
Yes. Bridge Kids is available for newborns through 4th grade during both morning services. Fifty-Six (5th + 6th grade) and middle school groups are only available at 11 AM. High school students meet Wednesday evenings at 7 PM. No registration is required.