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Update (8.13.21): Citing the increase in COVID-19 cases, Raleigh's Mayor with support of City Council, is requiring face covering use in indoor spaces within the City limits as of 5 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 13. This requirement will be in place regardless of a person’s vaccination status.
In addition, the City strongly encourages mask use in outdoor spaces when social distancing is not possible. Thank you for understanding – masks will be available at the entrance of worship for your convenience.
Update (7.29.21): Unfortunately, Covid-19 cases have been rising rapidly in our community and across the State. The majority of these are due to the Delta variant which is much more contagious and easily spread. The CDC now recommends that all people (regardless of vaccination status) wear a mask while in public places indoors.
The RRBCH Re-opening Committee has presented a detailed plan for our worship services. Please contact the office if you would like a copy.
As we plan for re-opening the Sanctuary, please pray for the safety of all concerned.
Any activities on our campus need to be approved ahead of time by the RRBC leadership team.
Since scheduling will be somewhat of a challenge due to the changing needs of each group as well as our own activities, please be patient as we determine the best way to serve.
A few friendly reminders (not all-inclusive of our COVID-19 policy):
We are ready to help! Running errands, picking up groceries, financial troubles, safety, or simply a phone call–we want to help. Reach out to your Deacon, RRBC staff or your fellow church family members.
If you'd like to schedule a meeting or hangout on the church Zoom account, please contact Ashlee Kirk.
We are returning to in-person worship in our Sanctuary beginning June 6th. We'll meet early for the summer months–9am–and we hope you can join us.
The church office is operating on a limited schedule–please call ahead (919.787.4423).
If you represent one of our valued community partners that typically meet at our campus (both inside and outside), please contact the office for a discussion with the full church leadership prior to resuming any sort of gathering on campus. Health and safety is the top priority, and anyone utilizing space at Ridge Road will be required to follow all mandates and ordinances. Certain procedures may need to be adapted, which is why communication prior to any gathering of any size on the Ridge Road campus is necessary. Thanks for your understanding and cooperation.
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