COVID 19 Protocol

Ark Church of Baltimore 

Although the Federal and State Governments have removed all the safety protocols for COVID-19, Ark Church remains steadfast in all the safety protocols.

At present we are allowing up to 60 persons to attend Sunday morning worship. Persons desiring to attend church must call 443-996-7390 and you will be scheduled for a service. Each time you desire to attend church for yourself and your family, a call must be made. In keeping with safety protocols, upon arrival your temperature will be taken and COVID-19 related questions will be asked. You will then at that point be ushered to a seat. Our first priority is safety for all who attend.

At this time, we are not able to announce when we will be returning to in-person worship for the total membership and friends of Ark. As vaccinations continue to increase and rates of infections decrease, we will be in a better position to identify a return date for corporate worship. Below you’ll find the steps we’re continuing to adhere too when planning to attend worship service.

Again, our first priority is safety!!!

1. Call 443-996-7390 no later than Saturday by 7pm, if you wish to attend Sunday service. You may also pre-schedule for future services as well. 

2. Please do not enter the building without a face covering.

3. Be prepared to have your temperature taken upon entering the building.

4. Please sanitize your hands upon entering the building. 

5. Be prepared to answer the required CDC guideline questions, such as:
      • Have you traveled out of the state of Maryland in the last 14 days?
      • Have you been in contact with anyone that has tested positive with COVID 19 in the last 14 days?
      • Have you been experiencing any cold or flu-like symptoms in the last 7 days? 

6. Once cleared, you will be directed to enter the sanctuary and be seated, sitting 6 feet apart from your neighbor under the number you have been given.

7. Once in the building you must practice appropriate social distancing.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Bishop J.L. Carter.