Our church's COVID Response Team continues to meet every other week to discuss pertinent information and plans for our future. We strive to maintain a safe worship environment for our Sunday morning services and Wednesday night Youth and Kids' Ministries, implementing up-to-date guidelines and recommendations from the CDC and the governor’s office.  



  1. The sanctuary is sectioned off for households to be able to sit socially distanced at six feet apart.

  2. We’ll continue to have service live on Facebook and service will be available afterward on Youtube and the church website as well.

  3. Sunday school will NOT resume on Sunday mornings at this time, but classes are encouraged to continue to have Zoom/online meetings, or contact the church office to schedule a meeting time in the Fellowship Hall on another evening of the week.

  4. The church nursery is open during Sunday morning worship for infants - 4 years old. Nursery volunteers are following stringent safety and sanitation protocols.

  5. We have resumed congregational singing during worship, and worship services remain succinct for now.

  6. It is strongly recommended to wear a mask.

  7. No need to worry about touching doors.  We’ll have that covered.

  8. We have hand sanitizer stations available in several locations.

  9. There are 2 free standing offering boxes in the lobby for you to drop your offering in, as we are not passing the offering plates during the service.

  10. Ushers will help you find a seat as you enter the service, and dismissal is socially distanced to keep everyone safe.

  11. No judgment for those who decide to stay home.  These are uncertain times and everyone will make the best decision for them and their family.  

  12.  If you are sick, please stay home.


Recommendations from the Attorney General’s Office:

  1. Strongly recommend at-risk population continue online church remotely.  This includes families with newborns, those 65 and older, and those with preexisting conditions.  This is our church’s recommendation as well.  However, we will not deny people entry into our worship services.  We’re asking that you use your own good judgment on this.  There has been no word on how long these recommendations will last.  Things may change as we progress through different phases of reopening.

  2. Ensure social distancing.

  3. Screen employees and volunteers for sickness. 

  4. Wear masks.

  5. Clean regularly.

  6. Provide visible signage to remind people about best hygiene practices.  

South Park Baptist Church

(281) 331-3902

1718 S Johnson St, Alvin, TX 77511, USA

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