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Fremont Abbey, 4272 Fremont Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103

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COVID Policy

With the current status of COVID-19 as well as our brand new state of the art HVAC system with better air flow and filtration, our current policy is, "masks welcome."  Masks will always be available at the entrance for all of those who want or need one.

Here are the ways we are still going to be practicing caution around COVID and all transmissible diseases in our church:

  1. We still ask that you stay home if you are sick, even if you are testing negative for COVID specifically. We love to see folks on Zoom and we are encouraging everyone and especially staff to be very cautious about illness, and not come in person when we’re sick.
  2. Safety at the communion table: communion practices will remain in place for the near future. Changes around shared common cup / intinction will come slowly.
  3. We’re still going to have sanitizer around and hand sinks are available on the main level and ground level of the building.

Please feel free to direct any questions to Ivar, Katherine, or Kim Vanderzee and the COVID task force will continue to be a resource and a guide for us as we navigate through pandemic. As always, we pray for your health and want to support you if you do get sick.

Thank you for being gracious with us as we continue to adjust our practices according to the best science and the safety and comfort of our members in mind. There is no decision we can make that every person will be perfectly happy with. We know the mask mandate has been lifted but we are still requiring masks when worshiping in person for now. 

What to Expect
A Unique Experience

If you are coming from a very traditional church background you may find similarities in the prayers and shape of the liturgy, in some familiar tunes and occasional chanting, and in the Eucharist. But we also do things very differently—we strive to embrace a worship experience that honors all of who we are and what we bring to the table. That means we are not afraid to bring the world and culture around us into our worship time together, where secular and sacred are blurred. We embrace experimentation.