We know that the pandemic has been difficult, in different ways, for every member of our congregation. Below are some ways that you can keep us safe and open, and also ways that we are doing the same for you.

  • Mask Are Required

    Our guiding principle has been and will continue to be “love your neighbor as yourself.” (Matthew 22:39) We believe that we are called to care for one another, particularly the sick and vulnerable. The leadership team, with the encouragement of our denominational leadership, have decided that the guidance provided in the Department of Health’s order is sufficient for our purposes and masks are required unless you are speaking/singing on stage while physically distanced, have a medical exception, or are outdoors while physically distanced. We know that wearing a mask can be uncomfortable, but believe that the opportunity to worship together in our church building with as safe an atmosphere as we can provide is worth the temporary inconvenience.

    Update 5/13/21 - The commonwealth's mask order has been updated and fully vaccinated people are no longer required to wear a mask.

  • Sunday Mornings

    As we practice social distancing, we have removed chairs from both in the worship center and in C.O.R.E. and have made sure there is adequate distance between rows. We are asking that you would allow for 2 empty seats between your family unit and other people within your row.

  • Cleaning & Facilities

    Our air filtration system has been updated with a UV system to improve air quality, and hand sanitizer stations are available throughout the facility.  Also, frequently touched surfaces and restrooms are regularly cleaned and disinfected.

  • Livestream

    If you have health concerns, or if you or a family member don’t feel well, please stay home and worship with us online HERE.

While enhanced safety precautions and preventative measures are being taken, Grove City Alliance Church cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed to or become infected by COVID-19 by virtue of being on our campus. An inherit risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present.