covid update

Starting Sunday, April 25, we will be worshiping both virtually and in-person.

Virtual Worship: Our services are live-streamed each Sunday at 9:55 a.m. To join the stream, click here:

In-Person Worship: We are currently welcoming a limited number of people each Sunday. We would ask you to review our safety protocols and to contact Alicia to sign-up in advance (

Please let Alicia ( know if you have any questions about how to connect or if you have any comments or suggestions. We look forward to worshiping with you!

From Geneva's Executive Team - April 15, 2021

Geneva’s Crisis Management Team and Council have monitored the public health situation throughout the course of the pandemic. The recent rates of infection and of vaccine availability have seemed to warrant a gradual return to in-person worship.

At Council’s March meeting we set a tentative target date of April 25 for re-opening. We thought it would be wise to have one more council meeting before that date to consider survey responses from the congregation and review the situation in Dane County before making a final decision.

Council will meet next Monday (April 19) to revisit our plans for a return to in-person worship, and will communicate its decision to the congregation shortly after that. We will also make sure you have information about signing up via Planning Center.

Meanwhile, we’ve been taking steps to provide a safe worshiping environment for everyone who attends in-person worship. In addition to new sound and video equipment, we’ve installed ventilation equipment to provide a CDC-approved rate of air changes per hour in the building. We’ve also written up guidelines for congregational worship.

This should be obvious, but it bears repeating: people should not to come to worship if they have symptoms of any kind. Well-fitting masks that cover the mouth and nose must be worn at all times except for worship leaders when they have speaking parts. Children ages 5 and under will not be required to wear masks.

Be assured that we will continue to monitor the situation, and will make it our highest priority to safeguard the health of our church community as we implement these changes. All that said, we hope and pray that we may all be able to worship together and in person sometime soon.

The Executive Team
(For the council of Geneva Campus Church)