COVID-19 CHURCH UPDATES

This page has been created to provide information on updates regarding church activities and procedures with regards to the COVID-19 pandemic.

27 May, 2021

Starting this Sunday
May 30, 2021

No Registration!
Face Masks are optional!

With new guidance from the CDC and the South Carolina Conference, face masks will be optional so please treat those who choose to continue wearing masks with respect. They have reasons to continue wearing their masks. Please be kind to one another as we take this big step forward.

We still have more changes ahead so watch for updates on what we are able to do and are not able to do. We pray that the cases and hospitalizations continue to decline. 

11 Aug, 2020
Surfside United Methodist Church is holding in-person worship services Sunday morning’s.
Starting August 16, 2020 the worship service schedule will be as follows:
8:30AM – Traditional Worship Service
10:45AM – Traditional Worship Service
11:30AM – The Wave (Contemporary Worship Service)
We respectfully require all worship participants to wear masks and seat spaced apart. Please read our Worship Service Guidelines for further details.
*Worship Service Guidelines*

Now that we have started to worship in person again, we are ready to proceed with care to
open the balance of our facilities to resume other activities. Please read this notice for building use for church activities.
*Building Use for Church Activities*

Should you desire to use any of the church facilities we request you fill out the Facility Request Form and return it to our church office.
*Facility Request Form*

 

With new guidance from the CDC and the South Carolina Conference, face masks will be optional. Please treat those who choose to continue wearing masks with respect. They have reasons to continue wearing their masks. Please be kind to one another as we take this big step forward.

We still have more changes ahead so watch for updates on what we are able to do and are not able to do. We pray that the cases and hospitalizations continue to decline.