Updated October 30, 2020 with new guidelines.
Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen held a press conference last Friday, October 23rd, where new corona restrictions were presented; including assembly bans on more than 10 people and demands for the use of face mask in public areas.
As a church, we are not affected by the assembly ban, but follow the guidelines from the Ministry of Church Affairs. We are grateful that it is still possible to gather for church service in a responsible way, and we want to help take care of each other and our community. The impact of the new rules on us as a church is shown below:
New guidelines on face masks for all volunteers, employees and worship participants
All of our volunteer teams, staff, and worship attendees must wear face masks as we enter the building and until we sit down; and again, when we leave our place. The mask can be taken off when seated in the main hall. We are allowed to stand up by our chair without a mask on during worship.
General sustained measures to protect us:
In addition, we continue the initiatives that have been in place throughout the “corona season”:
Symptoms of COVID-19
If you have been diagnosed with or are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, please do not participate in any of Kirken I Kulturcentertet physical activities.
The same applies if you have been in close contact with a person who has been diagnosed or is experiencing symptoms of COVID-19; in that case, you are welcome to participate in the Sunday service online on Facebook or on KKRtv.dk.
The Childrens church KATSJ, Teenage club Blaze and the youth group Radiant:
Our children and teenage activities are organized as associations under Ung Mosaik, which follow all guidelines from DUF.
The assembly ban does not apply to association that work with children and young people under the age 21. This means we can continue to have children’s church every Sunday and Blaze and Radiant during the weekdays.