The Danish Church of Toronto will re-open for in-person worships

The Danish Church of Toronto will re-open for in-person worships


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Publish date Published by Simon Kangas Larsen on Monday, August 31, 2020 5:24 PM
The Danish Church of Toronto will re-open for in-person worships

The Danish Church opens the doors for Sunday Services again after the pandemic from SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 13 10:30 AM and the following Sundays. 

There will be some restrictions, but we believe we can manage to make a safe experience for all. The three Sundays in September will be tryouts, where we will see how it works out. 

We have seating for 65 persons in the church. You (and your family) need to sign up for the Sunday Service (before 6 pm the evening before). You can Sign up here or call 416-222-2494. 

Last-minute arrivals will be allowed as long as we are within our maximum 65 person limit for the sanctuary.

Face masks/shields must be worn at all times, and social distancing (6 feet) outside your bubble must be maintained. Seating on pews as marking allows. 

We will use printed song sheets (no hymnbooks) and only a soft hum while the hymn is being played and listened to. 

Communion will be available in a Corona-safe way. 

At the end of service, please follow usher instructions to allow for proper distancing during exit. 

After service, we will serve coffee - the maximum number for coffee is 50 and will be based on a first-come-first-served basis.

We are looking forward to welcome you to church and celebrate Service again. 

Sign up here: www.danishchurchtoronto.ca/corona