All COVID-19 Information

Updated: Sep 9, 2020

UPDATE: 09.09.2020


The Church Council approved returning to the Sanctuary for worship services beginning on October 4th.

To make it as safe as possible the following provisions will be in place:

+ masks, obviously, are the rule while inside the building

+ entry into the church building will only be through door 1 on New Street

+ an offering “drop box” will be available in the narthex

+ only specified pews in the sanctuary will be available for use

+ no anthems/hymns will be sung by the congregation

+ the building will be opened at 8:30 a.m. and the bells turned on at 8:50

+ the service will begin at 9:00 and end approx. 9:45

+ no passing the microphone for Joys and Concerns; no reception line following the service each Sunday

+ the sanctuary and foyer will be sanitized in time for the next Sunday service

+ even while in the sanctuary the service will continue to be live-streamed

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As the year progresses we will update this information.


We are meeting outdoors until further notice. The Zion Council has decided to continue worshiping outdoors through Labor Day. We meet each Sunday, the bells ring at 8:50AM and service starts promptly at 9AM.


If you are joining in person: Please bring your own lawn chair, maintain a 6 ft. distance from others, and wear a mask to protect those around you. You may park in the lot across Market St. - some spaces are available in our lot for those with limited mobility.


If you are joining online: You can catch our live-stream on our Facebook page. Simply like "Zion United Church of Christ Mt Clemens" and turn on notifications to know when we go live. For those without Facebook, we will upload a video to YouTube later in the day on Sunday and an email with a link will go out.


Soon we will be able to stream live to YouTube, Facebook as well as our own website!


Stay tuned for updates and stay blessed.


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