Safety first

Lifepointe loves being a part of the Snoqualmie Valley community and we want to do what we can to keep us and our neighbors safe during this pandemic. We advocate for staying at home and watching our livestream if you feel unsafe or if you are at risk, but we also love the gathering of the saints. We want to make your experience as enjoyable as possible while still maintaining a safety-first plan. 


If you are planning on attending a service, please read through this document and the expectations provided. Let us give grace and honor one another greatly so that we can worship the Lord together safely during this time! 


Check back regularly as we continue to update our plan. 


Last updated: Saturday, December 12, 2020

Lifepointe's role

  • Our facility will be clean as we will be diligent to sanitize highly touched surfaces such as doors, handles, tables, counters, bathrooms and sinks. Additional hand sanitizers have been put out in a number of places for everyone to use. 

  • Our greeters will be opening the door for you and will greet you with a hello rather than a handshake or a hug.

  • Kidspointe will be cancelled during this time and kids will be invited to join parents in the worship service. 

  • We have suspended serving food and drinks for the time being. You will need to bring your own coffee, tea, snacks and preferably even water if you desire to have it during the service.

  • We will prop the church sanctuary doors and windows open, if the weather allows, for the best possible ventilation.

  • Bathrooms will be available, but will be limited to one person at a time, unless you are members of the same family.

  • Each service will be restricted to 51 people due to our capacity standards. We will have an RSVP sent out each week and you’ll be able to find it here as well.

  • If you are not able to attend the in-person gathering or are not ready to join back in just yet, don’t worry! We will provide a live-stream of the service each week, which will be included in the Sunday morning email and on the website.

Your role

  • RSVP to let us know you are coming. As stated above, we have limited seating space available due to social distancing.

  • Please bring your own mask. Due to the governor’s mandate, masks are required throughout the entirety of the service, including during the singing portion of the service. We request that you bring your own masks, but we will have masks available if needed.

  • Sanitize your hands at our sanitation stations at the front door or when you walk onto our lawn, or please wash your hands as you enter the building.

  • We advise that you use the restroom at home before coming. Restrooms will be available, but the desire is for as little traffic as possible in them.

  • Social distancing of 6 feet between you and other people not in your household when on the property is expected. Please do not shake hands or hug. This will be a huge temptation for almost everyone, and a huge loss for many of us. In this unique season though, please maintain social distancing, even with close friends. 

  • If you are able, please take your temperature before leaving home. If you or any member of your household has a fever, please stay at home and enjoy the service online.

  • Please do not attend in person if you feel ill or have had a fever or any symptoms of any illness within the past 14 days.

  • We would love to see you, but if you are at risk, have a compromised immune system, are sick, are showing signs of respiratory illness, currently have a fever above 99.6, have been around anyone that’s been sick, or are over the age of 60, please confirm your health with your personal doctor. This is in your best interest and those around you, and we ask you to enjoy our online service from the comfort and safety of your own home.

    • This also applies if you have been in contact with anyone who has COVID-19 or live with someone that is at risk, sick, showing signs of respiratory illness currently have a fever above 99.6 or have been around anyone that’s been sick in the past 21 days.

  • Please review the social distancing guidelines with your children and assess if this is workable for your family. If it would be difficult for your family, we recommend that you enjoy the service online from home.

  • Please contact Curtis Lilly if you develop flu-like symptoms after one of our services. His email is curtis@lifepointecommunity.com.

Additional notes

Thank you in advance, Lifepointe. If you are not ready to return back to our worship service yet or are simply unable to do so, please take your time and know that our goal is to continue to make sure all of our church body is cared for appropriately. 

We will continue to monitor the situation closely and work within CDC guidelines for preparedness and planning. Although the plan will be to continue meeting in-person on a weekly basis, in the event that local and state health officials recommend closure or we determine it is in the best interest of our Lifepointe family to postpone in-person gatherings, we will inform everyone to the best of our abilities through our website and emails.

While we cannot control the virus, the spread or the impact it has in our church, we’re doing everything we can to make sure Lifepointe is moving forward together without creating unnecessary risk to anyone’s well-being. We appreciate your cooperation and commitment to help us do just that. 

We encourage you to visit the Center for Disease Control www.cdc.gov for more information about COVID-19 prior to attending our in-person church service.