- Phone: 425-372-7420
- Church Office: 158 1st Place NW Issaquah, WA 98027
Soma Eastside Church is committed to caring for the health and safety of our church members as well as our community.
In line with Phase 2 re-opening guidance, we are currently offering one in-person service, indoors, at Bellevue Way Community Church. The service lasts about an hour, with required cleaning before and after. Indoor services can accommodate 63 people in the main sanctuary and up to 40 people in the Fellowship Hall.
Kids Crews are currently not operating, but we've set up a Family Room in the Fellowship Hall with room to spread out, including crafts, and activity grab bags for kids.
Use the link on the Sunday Service page to register your household to help us keep an accurate headcount. Those who attend will need to follow state and local Phase 2 guidelines, which are listed below.
You can find answers to FAQs about in-person services here.
View statewide guidance at coronavirus.wa.gov
View statement from Pastor Paul sent out November 19th, 2020.
Keep 6 feet distance between households
INDOORS: Everyone wear a face covering/mask (does not apply to young children or those with a disability/medical situation that could prevent them from removing the mask easily)
OUTDOORS: Masks are encouraged and must be worn if 6 feet of distance cannot be maintained or when going inside the building
Maximum number of people in restrooms equal to the number of stalls (two in men's restroom, four in women's)
If you or anyone in your house has any symptoms (fever over 100.4, cough, etc) or you have been around anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19, please stay home
Clean lobby, sanctuary, and bathrooms with CDC-approved supplies before and after each service
Limit attendance to 25% of building capacity (indoor services)
Ask every attendee to self-screen for symptoms and stay home if they or anyone in their house has any, or if they have been exposed to anyone who tested positive for COVID-19
Masks must be worn in the building at all times (exceptions: young children and anyone with a medical exemption)
Households must remain 6 feet apart with no direct contact
Hand sanitizer and extra masks available
Communion is prepackaged in individual containers