In accordance with the most recent recommendations from the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the Governor, and the State Health Department:
Updated June 10, 2020:
Unless a given church has a COVID-19 Preparedness Plan, all services will be limited to 10 people or fewer.
It is up to each church to decide if they will be open for services- including funerals.
If a church or facility does have a Preparedness Plan in place, services may be held, but seating will be limited to 50% of a building's capacity.
- Further, it is suggested that in these cases when 6ft social-distancing cannot be maintained, face masks (either handmade or manufactured) be worn at all times.
- Funeral luncheons and other meals or refreshments cannot be served.
- Attendees will be directed to exit the building and proceed directly to their vehicles following a service.
- As before, individuals who are immunocompromised, elderly, have difficulty breathing, or may feel ill are strongly encouraged to stay home.
The Funeral Home has a 30-person limit on funeral attendance in the chapel
and a limit of two family members present when making arrangements face-to-face.
As always, we promise to be available any time, night or day, in the event of a death.
Even if a passing is COVID-19 related, we will continue to serve each family as our own.
Good Hygiene, Regular Hand Washing, Social-spacing, and Limited Physical Contact will help mitigate (but not irradiate) the spread of disease.
Please use your discretion when considering funeral attendance.