Regathering Resurrection

Resurrection is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for all of those that work, worship, and utilize our campuses. The staff and leadership at Resurrection are responsible for implementing this plan. Our goal is to mitigate the potential transmission of COVID-19 in our church buildings. 
How are we making these decisions?
Resurrection will utilize a Signal Color system along with a Phased Capacity Plan. Each Thursday we will communicate which color + phase we are in for the next seven days of ministry. Our Signal Color system uses the Minnesota CDC formula (see formula).  Resurrection Monticello will average case numbers from Wright + Sherburne County. Resurrection Oak Grove will average case numbers from Anoka + Isanti County. Our Phased Capacity Plan follows the Minnesota Government Stay Safe Plan (view information here). 
*Detailed information on these systems can be found in our Document above on pages 2-4*
As of right now under Executive Order 20-81 Resurrection campuses require face coverings in all indoor spaces.
 
What does this mean for all of the Resurrection ministries + worship?
We’re glad you asked! There are a lot of details behind each ministry that would fill this page to the brim. We have developed separate pages that highlight all the adjustments made to each ministry. We hope all of the answers to your questions are there. If not, please send us an email at rlc@resurrection-mn.com with your questions.
General guidelines
  • Individuals who have a fever of at least 100.4°, are sick with symptoms (see https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/symptoms-testing/symptoms.html), or have been exposed to COVID-19 are asked to enjoy alternative methods of ministry from home (see specific ministry section for this information).
  • Cover your cough and sneezes
  • Wash your hands frequently
  • Wear a face covering/mask as required by Executive Order 20-81
  • Practice physical distancing of 6 feet between individuals outside of your living household