On the COVID-19 situation

Thu, Feb 18, 2020

Dear BRMC family, as we deal with the COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019), let us do our part to be socially responsible even as we trust God in this situation.

  1. Please stay home if:
  • You are unwell or have respiratory symptoms (eg, cough, runny nose etc), and see a doctor
  • You are on Medical Leave
  • You have been placed on a Leave of Absence (LOA) by your employer
  • You have travelled to Mainland China within the last 14 days
  1. In line with MOH guidelines, we will be conducting temperature screenings and attendance taking at our weekly services

Please come earlier as we expect some congestion at the three temperature screening stations which will be located at the

  • LIFT LOBBY at L1 Transport Centre
  • SIDE DOORS TO SHAW POOL at L1 Transport Centre
  • BRMCK ENTRANCE via L2 Transport Centre
  1. All access to the BRMCK block is now reserved strictly for Church School usage on weekends. This is to minimise risk for the kindergarten children who are the primary users of the space.
  1. Public parking at the L2 ACS(BR) Transport Centre will be restricted to Sundays 7am-1pm except for authorised carpark decal holders.
  1. During this period, please remember to minimise physical contact, practise heightened personal hygiene and social etiquette
  1. For those bringing young ones into our midst for Church School, we have a Special Advisory for you
  1. In the event that we are not able to conduct our usual service, we will meet in Sunday Small Groups at 8.30am and 10.30am. These groups are provided for those who do not have a regular small group and would like to gather for a time of Worship on Sundays. Please register HERE.
  1. As these precautionary measures involve additional manpower and support, we are looking for members of our church family to help in various areas at our weekly services. To serve, please register HERE

Even as we face uncertain circumstances, let us continue in an attitude of worship, turn our hearts to God as our anchor and trust that He will see us through.

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For more information on the Covid-19 Situation –

• Ministry of Health updates HERE
• The Methodist Church in Singapore updates HERE
• “Why Church services should continue for now”: National Council of Churches President Bishop Terry Kee. Click HERE

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