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During the COVID-19 crisis, we have missed hanging out in-person with our middle and high school students. Now that the state of Virginia is relaxing restrictions, we are getting ready to reopen our Midweek gathering. We will do so safely by following the Governor's guidelines and CDC precautions.

When does Midweek for Students reopen?

Midweek for Students reopens for in-person hang outs on Wednesday, May 27, at 6:30pm in the Life Center. Or, you can watch online on YouTube LIVE at ShoresStudentMin.

What will Midweek for Students look like?

We will try to carry out our Midweek for Students as closely to normal as possible. However, seating will be spaced six (6) feet apart. Games and greeting will happen at a safe distance and without contact. 

What happens when I arrive and depart?

When students arrive, our leaders will direct them into the building in a contactless manner. Doors will be opened and everything will take place in the large area in the Life Center. All other areas will be locked and unavailable (except restrooms). As students depart our facilities, we will again open the front doors for them to leave in a contactless way. We recommend that all students and leaders wear a cloth face covering or mask. 

What precautions are we taking?

According to guidelines prescribed by the CDC, we are taking every step of precaution to ensure the environment is sanitized and safe for all students and leaders. This includes a thorough cleaning and sanitizing of the student areas before and after use, as well as maintaining our safe distances during hangout, game, worship, and teaching times. 

If you have had any of the following symptoms or conditions this week, please remain home and watch Midweek for Students online.

  • Fever over 100 degrees
  • Cough or sore throat
  • Shortness of breath
  • Contact with anyone (in the past 14 days) confirmed to have COVID-19
  • Compromised immune system