REGATHERING

(Reduced Capacity Services)

WHERE?

Trident Banquet Hall
145 Evans Ave #200, Etobicoke, ON. M8Z 5X8

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WHEN?

First Service: 8:30 am – 9:30 am
Second Service: 10:15 am – 11:15 am
* Please arrive 15 minutes before the service begins for check-in and seating.

PLEASE NOTE: VOLUNTEERS DO NOT NEED TO REGISTER
If you are scheduled to serve at a Sunday Morning service on one of our volunteer teams, you do not need to register to attend that service. However, if you are not volunteering this week, please use the links below to let us know you’re coming. Thanks!

Scroll down to see how our teams are working to put together a worshipful, safe, in-person service.

WHAT TO EXPECT

Select a category below to see more details.

PHYSICAL DISTANCING

Please remain 2 meters apart at all times if you are not part of the same household

CLEANING & SANITIZATION

All areas and surfaces will be cleaned & sanitized before and after each service

PERSONAL SANITATION

Hand sanitizer stations will be available throughout the facility

ONLINE SERVICES

Hope Church Toronto West will be continuing online services & ministry

HOPE KIDS

Sorry, there will be no Hope Kids during our services at this time

BIBLES & PENS

Please bring your own Bible, notebook, and pen

FACE MASKS

All attendees and volunteers are encouraged to use face masks when gathered

GREETERS & USHERS

Greeters and ushers will interact without contact to welcome & help you find your spot

SYMPTOM-FREE POLICY

If you have any symptoms, please refrain from gathering physically

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WE'RE EXCITED TO SEE YOU!

PLEASE NOTE: VOLUNTEERS FOR THIS WEEK’S SERVICES DO NOT NEED TO REGISTER

MORE INFORMATION

PHYSICAL DISTANCING

In the worship center households will be directed by an usher to their seat(s). To ensure social distancing, households will have two empty seats in between them (6 feet apart), and will be seated every other row.

CLEANING & SANITATION

Cineplex staff will ensure the worship center and washrooms are sanitized before and after our worship service. They will be using a specialized spray machine for this purpose. Seating is assigned so that staff may santize occupied seats between services.

PERSONAL SANITATION

Hand sanitizer stations will be available at all main entrances and exits and throughout the lobby and worship center.

Attendees are requested to sanitize as they enter the main lobby.

ONLINE SERVICES

We understand that everyone has different comfort levels and household considerations that influence your ability to safely regather; therefore, we will continue to be an online church with online services streamed for the foreseeable future.

You can tune in live on Sunday at 10:15 AM via our YouTube Channel. Following the service we invite you to join Virtual Hope Lobby, a weekly online gathering applying God’s convicting word together. 

HOPE KIDS

There is no Hope kids but children are welcome to attend the service and stay with their parents. Click here for a printable Hope Kids Sermon Note.

We continue to have our Virtual Hope Kids and Hope Kids Devotionals available to help strengthen you in your discipleship at Home.

BIBLES, PENS & NOTEPADS

We’re sorry, but there will be no distributing of any materials, this includes sermon handouts, connection cards, pens or offering bags and envelopes.

We encourage you to bring these with you.

FACE MASKS

As of July 7, 2020, the use of non-medical masks or face coverings is required in all indoor public spaces. However, we understand that some may be exempt do to age (under 2) or for underlying medical reasons. 

We encourage you to bring your own mask but if you forget we will also have masks available before entering the building.

GREETERS & USHERS

You can identify our greeters and ushers by their green “how can we help” shirts.

They will be positioned outside, in the lobby and in the worship center to welcome you into the service and help direct the flow of traffic and ensure social distancing. They will interact with no contact.

SYMPTOM-FREE POLICY

Before entering the building and at check-in attendees will be able to read COVID self-assessement screening posters.

Once you arrive at the check-in station those who are able to answer NO to all screening questions will be checked in. If you answer YES, we encourage you to stay home and get tested.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What about those at high risk?

If you are 60 years of age or older, or are immunocompromised due to medication or an existing health condition or disease, you may be more susceptible to death or serious illness from COVID-19 and should take increased measures to avoid infection, including wearing a face mask, social distancing, or participating in online services.

When should I stay home?

There will be an online registration for each service. This will allow attendees to use the online self-assessment tool before every visit to our in-person worship gathering. Also upon arrival there will be The COVID-19 health assessment signs posted at all entrances so that members can self-screen upon arrival. If you answer YES to any of these questions, please stay home.

How will staff/volunteers be screened?

Volunteers will be sent a COVID-19 Staff/Volunteer Screening Questionnaire the day before they are to serve. Anyone who exhibits any symptoms will be asked to stay home.

Can I tithe during the in-person service?

In order to limit touchpoints at our in-person services we request that you continue to give exclusively online. 

STILL HAVE QUESTIONS?

EMAIL US

Feel free to email us your questions at info@hopechurchtw.ca

CALL US

416-521-9292
Our office is open Monday – Thursday between 8:30AM to 5pm.

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