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On November 7, 2021 the session approved the following motion from the Covid task force.
Based on the decreasing number of daily Covid cases in Hamilton County and the guidelines on phases and protocols established and adopted by the session the Covid Taskforce recommends that RPC no longer requires masks of all individuals and instead becomes a mask-optional campus, regardless of vaccination status. Additionally, we recommend that internal and external groups again be allowed to fully use the RPC campus for activities as is in line with church policies.
Considerations for mask optional policy. A vaccine has been developed and is available to the general public. In Hamilton County, daily new cases and total active cases have decreased for two months. 
·      Teachers working with children are still required to wear a mask.
·      The choir is resuming but will utilize “singers mask” provided by the church.
·      The session encourages members to be vaccinated and to get the vaccine booster on schedule.
·      Members who are unvaccinated are encouraged to continue to wear a mask. 
·      Maintain social distancing when possible.

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In These Days

November 28, 2021 | by Margaret Louise Poteet

Be always on the watch, and pray that you may be able to escape all that is about to happen, and that you may be able to stand before the Son of Man.

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