Wolfville Baptist Church
March 17, 2020
In response to the COVID-19 Virus
We are sure you are feeling anxious and concerned about the challenges we face as individuals, and as Church and local communities. We don’t want to add to your anxiety, but it is vital that we take this pandemic seriously and follow all the advice provided by our public health experts. Some of you will be concerned about family or friends that have a higher risk for serious illness. You may also be in that category. We want to ensure that the Church is operating safely for your own health, and that of your family, friends and communities.
Starting Tuesday March 17, 2020 cancellation of:
Church services for the next 3 weeks (to be re-evaluated April 6, 2020)
All external groups for the next 3 weeks (to be re-evaluated April 6, 2020)
All internal groups for the next 3 weeks (to be re-evaluated April 6, 2020)
No food or drinks to be served from the kitchen for 6 weeks (to be re-evaluated April 27, 2020)
The Food Bank will operate on a modified structure to reduce the number of people in close proximity at one time.
No person is allowed to enter the facility if they have been out of the country or in close contact with anyone who has been out of the country within the past 14 days.
No person is allowed to enter the facility if they are sick or not feeling well.
There will be no regular office hours. We will regularly check for messages on the office telephone, (902) 542-5524. E-mail for Pastor Scott can be sent to email@example.com. If there is a Pastoral Emergency, contact Jennifer Longley, firstname.lastname@example.org or 902-681-8239.
In conjunction with the Acadia Divinity College, Wolfville Baptist Church is developing an online alternative worship service. Instructions will be distributed as soon as it becomes finalized.
Refer to the following websites for current information on the COVID-19 Crisis.
Government of Canada website Re Coronavirus:
Province of Nova Scotia website: