HEALTH & SAFETY @ ST JOHN'S

Our current Health & Safety Protocols

  • St. John’s encourages all of its members to get vaccinated and boosted as soon as possible.
  • If one feels sick or has the typical symptoms of Covid-19, we ask you to worship with us online.
  • Masks are optional while inside all parish buildings for those who are boosted and vaccinated. For those who are unvaccinated and for your own protection, we recommend that you worship with us online or that you continue to wear your mask while inside our buildings. If conditions change and we experience another surge of Covid-19, we may have to alter our protocols and ask our members and guests to wear masks once again.
  • Contact tracing will continue, and we ask all those entering the church to sign our Contact Tracing Form.
  • While seated in the Church or in the Parish Hall, we recommend that all maintain an appropriate physical distance from those outside of your household.

CURRENT COVID-19 PROTOCOLS AT ST. JOHN’S

Effective March 4, 2022

Over the course of the last several weeks, our community has experienced a drastic drop in infections, hospitalizations, and deaths as a result of Covid-19.  Accordingly, the CDC has amended its recommendations, and here at St. John in the Wilderness, we are once again amending our protocols.  These changes are in effect starting with this coming Sunday, March 6th.

  • St. John’s encourages all of its members to get vaccinated and boosted as soon as possible.
  • If one feels sick or has the typical symptoms of Covid-19, we ask you to worship with us online.
  • Masks are optional while inside all parish buildings for those who are boosted and vaccinated.  For those who are unvaccinated and for your own protection, we recommend that you worship with us online or that you continue to wear your mask while inside our buildings.  If conditions change and we experience another surge of Covid-19, we may have to alter our protocols and ask our members and guests to wear masks once again.
  • Contact tracing will continue, and we ask all those entering the church to sign our Contact Tracing Form.
  • While seated in the Church or in the Parish Hall, we recommend that all maintain an appropriate physical distance from those outside of your household.

VACCINATION INFORMATION

 
 
 
All Minnesotans 12 years of age and older are eligible to receive a vaccine. Minnesotans age 12 to 17 are eligible only for the Pfizer vaccine.
 
 
 
How to get your vaccine: