Together Again Plan

Building Changes

  • We have a detailed plan for entering/exiting the building (see video above).

  • We have made adjustments to the length and order of our worship service.

  • To help with social distancing, we have an adjusted seating layout for the Worship Center & Family Center along with clear markings & signage throughout the building.

  • We have removed all items from the back of the pews.  For now, bulletins and other handouts will not be used.

  • Offerings may be given online or at the collection boxes by the exits.

  • Please limit the use of restrooms. If at all possible, avoid using a facility while on campus. We will limit use of restrooms to 1 person at a time.  Restrooms will be cleaned between each use.

  • Designated entrances will open 30 minutes prior to the start of service.  All other entrances will stay locked.

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  • We have implemented additional cleaning protocols campus wide. Cleaning and sanitizing will be ongoing before, during, and after the worship services.

  • Before entering the worship areas, please sanitize your hands at our Safety Station

  • Due to the increased risks posed by larger group gatherings and by singing together, we strongly recommend that you wear a mask in the building.  (The only exceptions to this will be for those on stage while they are on stage. We have allowed for additional distancing from these individuals when on stage.  It is also recommended that children 2 and under not wear masks.)

  • Please plan to keep at least 6 ft social distance between your household and others the entire time you are in the building.  Please refrain from shaking hands, hugging, etc.

  • Please plan to sit where directed.  If you have been self-quarantining with another individual or family, you may be seated together; otherwise, there needs to be 6 ft (as marked) between groups.  Please do not move around the worship area after you are seated; wave or even call/text those attending before worship begins.

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Worshiping From Home

We understand that not everyone will be able to join us for worship immediately on June 7th. For those in the high risk category or taking care of someone else who is, we encourage you to wait before returning. If you or a family member is not feeling well, we would encourage you and your family to stay home. Our worship will continue to be on Facebook Live Stream, now at 9 AM.

Sunday School & Community Groups

All Classes will continue to meet online, including Wednesday Night Bible Study on Facebook Live at 7pm.

Live Stream Worship

Every Monday and Friday morning one of our staff will be leading a devotion which will be posted on our Facebook & YouTube pages.

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Every Monday and Friday morning one of our staff will be leading a devotion which will be posted on our Facebook & YouTube pages.

Watch Here

Counseling & Care

We know that the Coronavirus has gripped the world and that may be bringing up a lot of fears, worries, anxieties, or other concerns for you or someone you know. Rich Pond Baptist Church would like to help where we are able to help. Fill out this form and you will get either an email or a call from someone on our ministry staff. Please answer the questions as honestly as possible, this helps us serve the best way we can.


Children's Ministry

Student Ministry


Care for our High-Risk Members

According to the CDC, if you are an older adult or have a serious chronic medical condition like heart disease, diabetes, or lung disease, the coronavirus can cause very serious and dangerous symptoms.  Rich Pond wants to assist you as much as possible by helping to pick up groceries or prescriptions.  Please call the church office or email Brent Fields ( or fill out the google doc here to ask for assistance.

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