A Note regarding our COVID Procedures
We wanted to let you know our plans for gathering. Starting on Sunday, July 5, we will finally gather together for church again at 901 Commerce Road, Annapolis 21401.
Now, to love our neighbors, families, and one another well, we are going to abide by the county guidelines for gathering. This will include:
1. Answering a few questions about how you're feeling at the door
2. Getting your temperature quickly taken
3. Sanitizing your hands with sanitizer; We will provide this for you
4. Wearing a mask while in the building; We will have extra masks in case you forget yours
5. Keeping social distancing as best as possible and (trying) to abstain from hugging and shaking hands
Besides this, there will be some differences in our service. These will include:
1. Individuals or family units sitting together, six feet apart from other individuals or family units.
2. There will be no child care for at least the first few weeks; We will supply all kids with coloring pages, crayons and crafts
3. All will wear masks with exception to the preacher and the worship minister
4. We will be holding a shorter than usual service while these restrictions are in place
5. We have pre-assembled wafer and juice cups for the Lord's Supper
You can rest assured that we will be disinfecting all surfaces before and after the service. We are excited for this new chapter for us as a church family! We will see you Sunday, July 5 at 10am.
Pastors Joey, Aaron and Taylor
Joey served on staff with the Baptist College Ministry at the Naval Academy for several years before being commissioned with a team to plant Citizens Church. He graduated with a Masters of Divinity from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2017 and is currently pursuing a Doctoral degree in Biblical Theology. He is the husband of Rebekah and father of Harper.
Taylor was born and raised here in Annapolis. After graduating college, he moved back to Annapolis where he sensed the call to ministry, then shortly after joined the team to help plant Citizens Church. He is currently pursuing a Master of Divinity from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and is set to graduate in Fall 2020.
Aaron served in several volunteer ministry positions prior to joining the team to plant Citizens Church. He graduated with a Masters Degree in Intercultural Studies from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2015. He has been married to Dawn for nineteen years, has five daughters, and works full-time as a Test Engineer.