We are an exciting mix of both the old and the new, honouring tradition while welcoming the challenge of fresh opportunities. Being faithful in these times of transition is extremely challenging. In a very profound way, God is reinventing the church for life and witness in a new age. We look forward to sharing with you on Sunday or throughout the week.
Siloam United Church seeks to be an inclusive, welcoming community. Our baptism, communion, membership and marriage rites are open to all who seek to walk in the way of Christ regardless of age, gender, race and sexual orientation.
Siloam United Church has reopened for Live Worship
in the sanctuary on Sunday mornings at 10:30am
Here is what you need to know if you plan to attend
- We will be following all Public Health Guidelines and COVID-19 safety protocols which relate to gatherings in a Church (masks, social distancing, hand sanitizing).
- Occupancy for Live Worship capped at 50 people to allow for social distancing.
- Door will open at 10:00am.
- Masks will be required upon entering, during the service and while leaving the building.
- You must pre-register to attend by Friday at noon either by emailing or calling the office: [email protected] or 519-455-9201
**Please provide the following information: your name and telephone number, number of people in your party and names of each person
- You will need to check in when you arrive.
- There will be no handshaking or passing of the peace.
- There will be music but no Congregational singing or humming.
- Hand sanitizer stations available.
- Exterior access will be through one door only and interior doors will be propped open to avoid touching handles.
- You will be ushered to your seat prior to Worship and from your seat at the end of the Service.
- You will exit the building immediately after Worship.
The service is being recorded for broadcast on Rogers TV. If you do not wish to appear in this broadcast, please advise the ushers who will then guide you to a seat which is outside of the recording area.
We know that these guidelines will make the worship feel different than it was before but these protocols are meant to keep all of us safe until such time as we can gather freely as we did prior to COVID-19.