What Are We Doing To Insure You Will Be Safe At Church?
Please know that the health and safety of our members and guests are very important to us. At this time, Wilhite Baptist Church is open and welcomes you to worship with us.
- We use cleaning and disinfecting protocols to clean our worship center, foyer, and restrooms before and after serices with particular attention paid to hight touch items like pews, knobs, faucets, chairs, and other communal areas.
- Proper and frequent hand-washing is vital to help combat the spread of viruses. Cleanliness starts with this simple act.
- Hand Sanitizer has been placed at the main entrance/exit and in other "high traffic" areas in the building.
- Every other pew is taped off so as to help those who attend worship to maintain social distance. We ask that you maintain a distance of six feet from other people who are not members of your immediate family.
- Our restrooms have been sanitized for use if needed. However, we ask that the use of the restrooms be limited to emergency use in order to prevent the spread of viruses.
- All water fountains have been wrappedd to prevent use as a way to protect you from coming into contact with any viruses.
- Anyone who exhibits cold or flu-like symptoms have been asked to remain at home.
- For those who have symptoms that prohibit them from attending church, and for those who chose to remained quarantined during this time, our Sunday Morning Worship Service is streamed live on our Facebook page.
- In an effort to minimize direct contact, we ask that you consider avoiding shaking hands or any physical contact with people outside of your immediate family. Direct eye contact, a loving word, and a warm smile can be as meaninful as a traditional handshake or hug, especially during these difficult times.
- In an attempt to limit the spread of any viruses, we have chosen to not pass offering plates from person to person during the worship service. Offering plates have been placed on the front and back pews of the center section for you to place your offering in during the worship service.