COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions:

1. What is the current mask policy at McDermott Road?

Masks are not currently required, but everyone (2-years-old and older) is encouraged to wear a mask while indoors, particularly when interacting closely with others.

2. What if someone tests positive for COVID-19 after attending a McDermott Road gathering?

If you or someone in your family tests positive for COVID-19 within a week of attending any McDermott Road gathering, we ask you to promptly contact the church office. Your name will not be publicized, but we will attempt to inform other attendees and participants that someone in that gathering has tested positive. We also ask that you personally inform any attendees with whom you had prolonged contact.

3. Is there a point at which COVID-19 might cause McDermott Road to cancel services, classes, or gatherings again?

At this time, the elders do not have any plans to cancel services, classes, or gatherings. However, with the rising number of cases and hospitalizations in our area, the elders encourage everyone to exercise awareness and caution when choosing whether or not to attend in-person gatherings. We will continue to offer several online options so that both adults and children can worship, study, and connect virtually.

4. What is McDermott Road doing to minister to members who are ill with COVID-19?

When a McDermott Road member is experiencing any sickness or crisis, our Life Groups are faithful to surround that brother or sister with love and care. If you are in need of any sort of assistance, please contact your Life Group leader. If you are not a member of a Life Group, please contact the church office. Or if you know of others in the community we might minister to, please contact the church office.

Please Note Before Attending:

In order to help diminish the risks associated with COVID-19, please choose an online option if you or someone in your family:

  • Has had ANY symptoms of ANY illness in the last 2 weeks;
  • Tested positive for COVID-19 or presumed positive for COVID-19 within the previous 3 weeks;
  • After testing positive for COVID-19 or presumed positive for COVID-19, continues to have symptoms of COVID-19 (headache, sore throat, runny nose, cough, chills, body aches, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, loss of smell, loss of taste, fever/temperature of 99.5F or greater, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea);
  • Within the last 2 weeks, has come in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 or who has symptoms of any illness;
  • Has traveled Internationally within the prior two weeks.

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