Covid protocol changes

As a result of the CDC and Florida Conference of the United Methodist Church changes in mask and social distancing policies, TTUMC will adjust the on campus safety precautions as follows to include as many as possible for in-person worship:

  • Social distancing will remain at 3 feet with open seating for the majority of the sanctuary
  • Masks are mandatory for those unvaccinated while fully vaccinated persons are masks optional
  • For those who feel most comfortable with masks, a Masks Required section is located in the back four rows of seating on the west side of the sanctuary (immediately in front of the tech booth) for your ease

These policies will be reviewed monthly by the Board of Trustees in cooperation with the Church Council. Thank you for cooperating honestly as we work to make in-person accessible to all. 


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